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WaterColor is a master-planned beach community located in Walton County along Northwest Florida’s scenic highway 30A. The 499-acre property was established in 1999 by developer The St. Joe Company. In 2013, the development was turned over from developer control to the HOA.
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CCMC is a community management company that has been contracted by the WaterColor HOA to manage the property. CCMC has been the management company for the WaterColor Master Association since 2007. Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, CCMC has been in business since 1973 and manages more than 230 communities across 11 states.
WaterColor is governed by a five-member Board of Directors. Director terms are two years. Each year, the association hosts an annual homeowners meeting where two director positions are elected. One position on the Board is occupied by a representative of the developer that does not go up for election.
Board meetings are hosted on the last Thursday of the month at 2 p.m. in the Camp WaterColor conference room located at 205 Spartina Circle. There may be some occasions that meetings are rescheduled due to holidays or other unforeseen scheduling conflicts. For the most accurate information on upcoming meetings, check the website's community calendar.
Currently, WaterColor has about 998 homes. This includes the 106 multi-family units in Town Center. At full build out, the community will have about 1,062 units on property
The St.Joe Company owns and operates the WaterColor Inn and LakeHouse. St.Joe owns and leases all the commercial spaces, including the BoatHouse. St.Joe is contracted to manage food and beverage service at the WaterColor Beach Club and Camp WaterColor including the WaterColor Grill, Costa Chica, Tiki Bar, Beach Cow, and The Canteen. They are also contracted to manage Beach Services, including beach chair rentals and beach bonfires. For more on their beach services, visit the WaterColor Resort website.
WaterColor was designed to be a walkable/bikable community. Parking is not permitted on the streets. You must park your vehicle either in your driveway or on the parking pads that can be found throughout the community. Parking pads are common areas and are open for anyone to use with an appropriate parking decal or hang tag. If advertising your home for rental, we strongly encourage you to include how many parking spaces are available on your lot.
Boats and RVs are not allowed to be parked in the community. There are a few storage facilities that are located nearby that may be able to accommodate boats or RVs.
Outback Mini Storage
671 S. Church Street
Santa Rosa Beach
RV’s & Boats Only (please call in advance)
A1 Storage of South Walton
322 Lynn Drive
Vehicles, RV’s and Boats accepted
Southern Self Storage
230 Grayton Village Rd
Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
The wifi password at all community pools and the beach is Watercolor2017.