HOA Rule Reminders
Posted on Oct 23, 2021 6:00 PM by Communications
This is a very large neighborhood. If you see something, say something. Many issues can be handled with a simple conversation between neighbors. In the case of suspected criminal activity, call the police ASAP. If you see something amiss (like a light out) or someone violating covenants, report it here so that issues can be addressed.

Here are a few friendly reminders to keep everyone in compliance with our HOA rules:
  • Leasing: To avoid heavy fines, make sure to review our covenants and the leasing permit application before you begin renting. Both can be found under Documents on the website. Any homeowner leasing must complete a leasing permit application and continue submitting at the conclusion of the lease permit and/or any time the tenant changes.
  • Change Requests: Any changes to the outside of your home (paint color, door or window updates, etc) must be submitted to the ARC for approval - it's a pretty simple process, just email the board and the form will be sent to you via DocuSign. If you do not obtain pre-approval and make a change that is determined to be non-confirming, you will face significant fees plus the costs of any changes to get into compliance.
  • Trash Cans: Should not be put out before 5pm the evening before trash pickup, and should be pulled in before you turn in for the night after trash is picked up. Additionally, be sure to store them so that they are not visible from the street. 
  • Street Parking: With the holidays, remain mindful of the restrictions on street parking in the community. This includes no overnight street parking, and no parking that obstructs the flow of traffic. You must contact the board if you are seeking an exception for special occasions. Failure to do so will result in fines and in some cases, towing.
  • Lawns: Time to rake up those leaves! This is also a great time to start fertilizing your lawns and trimming trees. 
  • Pet Supervision: When walking your dog remember they must be on leash in the neighborhood. Also remember to pickup any dog poop (we have doggie bags throughout the community for this) and dispose at your home.