Gately Oaks is a subdivision started in 1990 and is located in East Arlington along
Gately Road off the Wonderwood Corridor, west of the Intracoastal Waterway. It was built in
five phases, the first three phases are the original Gately Oaks Homeowners Association. The newer phases (Units 4 and 5) were developed later and have their own association bylaws and covenants and restrictions.
The Association is governed by a Board of Directors (all of which are members of the
Association). The Board meets on a regular basis (see Events) to review activity within
the neighborhood. They are the body that enforces the covenants and
restrictions for the association. An Architectural Review Board is in place to
ensure any additions or modifications to a property conform to the covenants and restrictions to which all homeowners are
Homeowners are required to submit a request along with plans for any changes or
additions to their residence or property. This includes any major
landscaping changes and fencing. The removal of trees is also considered a
major landscaping change, and the ARB shall be notified before removal. Trimming
of trees is acceptable and does not require ARB consideration or approval.