Living in an Association-managed neighborhood has many advantages, but it also entails responsibility on the part of each homeowner. The primary purpose of the Association is to protect the investment of every homeowner by enforcing the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions of the Association.
Any changes or additions to the house or yard, for example: fencing, painting, additions, sheds, roof, landscape changes, etc., must be submitted in writing to the Homeowners Association for approval by the Architectural Control Committee. Start your project right by sending the application to get your approval, you could save yourself up to a $200 fine.
If you are not sure whether you need to submit a form contact KRJ for more information. ARC can be found in the document tab on this website.
The board of directors strives to create a pleasing environment and to achieve this goal we have established guidelines that need to be observed by all residents: Below are some, not all, guidelines -
No fence or out building shall be constructed or placed unless first approved by the Architectural Control Committee. Privacy fencing must be showing the flat plank side when viewed from the street and may not be painted or stained on either side of fence, and must not exceed 7' including rot board.
All lots must be sodded unless otherwise given permission and approval from the Architectural Review Committee. Lawns must be irrigated, mowed and edged, and free of brown spots, dry areas, insect damage and weeds. If you are having lawn issues and are actively working to correct them, please contact the offsite management company and inform them of the situation and corrective action. Ornamental plants and hedges must be kept healthy, appropriately pruned, and free of mold, fungus, and pest damage. Mulch beds must be kept mulched to the depth of 1 – 3 inches and free of weeds and debris. No vines, plants, or trees may be growing on or touching any part of the structure of the house or outbuilding. Hedges and bushes must be kept trimmed so as to not exceed the height of the fascia as viewed from the street.
The exterior surface of the home, including the roof, must be kept clean, free of dirt, pine needles, leaves, branches, mold and mildew.
All commercial vehicles and trucks, campers, motor homes, boats, house trailers, or trailers of every other description must be stored in a fully enclosed garage, or an area completely screened from view from any other lot, home or common area including the street. Mechanical work on any type of vehicle or boat must be done in the garage only. No disabled vehicle may be kept on any lot or parked in the street for more than 3-5 days.
Pets must be leashed at all times when outside the home or fenced yard. The owner is responsible for picking up pet droppings.
Homeowners who rent their property are responsible for the conduct of their tenants, and for ensuring compliance with the documents and by-laws.
The board has selected and approval colors for the exterior and trim colors. Displayed below to see swatches for you to select from.