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The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) is composed of three members appointed by the Board of Directors of the HOA. Per our covenants, the ACC has the following responsibilities:
No structure, whether residence, accessory building, antennae, flag poles, fences, walls, house numbers, mail boxes, exterior lighting, or other improvements shall be constructed or maintained upon any Lot nor any alteration or repainting to the exterior of a structure
shall be made and nor any landscaping performed unless complete plans, specifications, and Lot plans therefore, showing the exterior design, height, building material and color scheme
thereof, the location of the structure plotted horizontally and vertically, the location and size of driveways, the general plan of landscaping, fencing, walls and windbreaks, and the
grading plan shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Architectural Control Committee, and a copy of such plans, specification, and Lot plans as•finally approved, deposited with the Architectural Control Committee.
The Committee shall exercise its best judgment to see that all improvements, construction, landscaping and alterations of lands and structures thereon within the Properties conform to and harmonize with existing surroundings and structures.
So, just about everything that occurs on the outside of a residence or on a residential lot needs to be reviewed and approved by the ACC prior to any work or changes being made. Please use the form below to submit your request. It is very helpful to attached as much information as possible to make it easier for the ACC, such as manufacturer and color of paint; manufacturers specification sheets on windows, doors.; landscaping plans to scale; or other information that will speed our review. Often when requesting structural or landscaping changes, the ACC likes to do a site visit.
The best way to keep moving your request along, it to be sure it conforms to the Covenants. The setbacks, material requirements, etc. are well defined in the Covenants and should be of assistance to you and your designer.