Please stop making exterior improvements (including landscaping) without Architectural Review Committee approval. We love your creativity and ideas, but we promote uniformity, cleanliness, and have a NO CLUTTER policy. The ARC will work with you to accommodate your requests, but you must submit a request for improvement!!! Thank you for your understanding.
The OVV HOA and the city of Ormond Beach/county of Volusia have rules that govern short-term rentals (less than 6 months and one day)....
If you have a short term rental, you may be violating the rules.
If you have a short term rental, you should be paying sales tax and be registered as a business. But that's a double-edge sword because OVV does not allow any commercial enterprise....
So there you have it. We don't want a revolving group of strangers crammed into our villas for a few nights, a few weeks, a few months...Do we?
Before you advertise your Airbnb or VRBO, please consider the rules, our lovely community and its residents who call this place "HOME".
DID YOU KNOW? Ellinor Village was the largest family resort in Florida in the 1940s and 1950s. Built in Ormond Beach by Merrill and Byron Ellinor, it contained 660 cottages and apartments. The resort opened on May 1, 1949, with triplexes, duplexes and single-family units for rent. It was never military housing as many surmise, but rumor has it that a military contractor assisted in the design/construction.
DID YOU KNOW? In 1954, the Mrs. America contest was held at Ellinor Village. The opening of the Rockefeller Memorial Bridge was also in 1954. It was replaced in 1983 by the Granada Bridge.
Ellinor Village was sold to Milton Pepper, a local developer in the late 1950s. Pepper sold Ellinor Village in the late 1970s; and it became a housing development. The villas, as we know them today, were renovated in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
The history of Ellinor Village is rich; and the duplexes and triplexes that the Ellinors built have been modernized and renovated into beautiful homes and rental units. Today, we call our lovely community Ocean Village Villas.
Dear OVV Neighbors:
Welcome to the Ocean Village Villas website.
The annual members meeting took place at the end of January 2018; and the board reorganization meeting took place after the end of the annual meeting.
Ongoing Issues include lawn care, irrigation system maintenance, and painting schedules.
Mr. Paul Hart is the community association manager. He is assisted by our on-site administrator, Mr. John Stewart.
In the next couple of weeks, we will be updating the website.
PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT MANY OF THE DOCUMENTS ARE IN PDF FORMAT AND ORIGINAL TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF OUR COMMUNITY; THEREFORE, EMAIL ADDRESSES AND PHONE NUMBERS EMBEDDED AND REFERENCED IN THE DOCUMENTS MAY NOT BE CURRENT.
PLEASE USE: firstname.lastname@example.org and (386) 677-9013.