Congratulations on the purchase of your new place in WaterColor! On behalf of the entire management team at Capital Consultants Management Corporation (CCMC), welcome! As the managing agent of your Community, we are responsible, at the direction of your Board of Directors, to maintain the common areas and to help you know and comply with the covenants of your homeowner’s association. You can find the Community Governing Documents as well as other policies, and helpful resources on this website.
CCMC also accepts and processes your association assessment payments. You will receive invoices about 30 days before the end of each calendar quarter. Should you have any questions regarding your account, visit the CCMC Resident Portal, which you can access through this website under the "Residents” tab.
If you have just closed on your property, please email or bring a copy of your closing documents to our Administrative Coordinator Kim Anderson. Once we have your paperwork, you can submit your request for homeowner wristbands to get access to amenities. You can also request a homeowner ID/Discount card, which will give you a discount at some participating WaterColor businesses. Please take the opportunity to learn more about your new community by exploring the links below.
WaterColor is a unique and spectacular community on 30A, and we know you want to preserve its character and appeal. As such, any modification or addition to the exterior of your home, and/or its construction, must be approved by the Design Review Board prior to the beginning of the project. The Design Review Board information is located in the DRB section of this website.
If you have not already, please come by the office to receive your parking decals and mailbox key. Please place these decals in the lower left corner of your front windshield. Should you need more stickers, please contact us to have more assigned.
Again, welcome to WaterColor. If you have any comments, problems or questions, please feel free to contact our office staff at 850-231-2547/1792.