Architectural Control Committee
Design Guidelines have been adopted to help you plan improvements to your home and yard that are consistent with the look and feel of the neighborhood. Unless the Design Guidelines say otherwise, any change to the exterior of your home or yard must be approved by the Association before any work is done.
If you are planning to improve or change the exterior of your home or your yard, follow this simple process:
The Guidelines help establish what modifications would generally be approved, however, each modification is reviewed on a case by case basis on your specific lot. We recommend that you review the Guidelines before planning your improvement.
Step 2: Submit your Request for Architectural Change. Sign-in, access Documents and download the Architectural Change Request Form. Complete the form and then e-mail the form per the instructions, or send a hard copy via USPS.
To ensure that your request isn’t returned, be sure to submit all of the requested information.
When appropriate, sketches, drawings, photographs, renderings, etc. are extremely helpful to the committee as they review the request.
Step 3: Allow the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) time to review your request. This process usually takes 10-20 days but could take up to 45 days. Please plan ahead and submit early. Approvals are good for 1 year.
Step 4: Start your project once approval is received.
Remember — following this process is easy, and can also save a lot of time and effort in the long run as unapproved changes to your property could result in fines or other enforcement action. Email the committee at [email protected] if you have any questions.