Landscaping Improvements (LPR)

Do you want to make landscaping improvements around your condo, such as replace shrubs, plants and edging? Before any work commences, the LRP (Landscape Proposal Review) Application must be completed by the owner and submitted to the Landscaping Committee and Raintree Board of Directors for approval.

This application is needed only if you personally wish to update the landscaping around your condo unit at your own expense.

Before you submit you application for review, please refer to the Landscaping Guidelines for a list of plants and ground covers that the Landscaping Committee recommends and requires to keep the landscaping “look” consistent throughout Raintree. When preparing your landscaping improvement proposal, please refer to the list of plants and ground covers. These guidelines also include plants that are not permitted in Raintree.

Download the LPR Application

All applications are subject to the Declarations of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for the Raintree Condominium Association.

A complete and detailed application will expedite the approval process. Attach a copy of the PROPOSAL to the application. Describe the landscaping improvements and attach a site plan. Specify front or back of premise and dimensions. Include any other necessary information to adequately describe the proposed improvements. Be advised that if outside contractors are hired to carry out the landscape improvements, the contractor must submit proof of Workers’ Compensation coverage. If using a contractor, please mention this in your application.

Once you have everything ready, email your application and supporting documents to Vista Management at ARB@vistacamfl.com or fax them to Vista Management at 407-682-0181.

You also can mail the documents to Vista:

323 Circle Drive
Maitland, FL 32751

Alternatively, you can bring the application and supporting documents to the next scheduled Board Meeting. Please note that if you choose this method, a decision regarding your landscaping proposal may not be discussed at that meeting, and approval or denial of your application could be made a later date.