- Ralph Arthur
- Mary Sherlock
- Becky Hendrix
Some Do’s & Don’ts in the HOA Covenants
No animals other than a reasonable number of generally recognized house pets.
No animal shall be allowed to make an unreasonable amount of noise or become a nuisance.
No vicious dog shall be permitted on any lot.
No dog shall be permitted to roam wild in the subdivision.
Lot owners shall keep all dogs on a leash or otherwise restrained in movement to their own lots. (invisible dog fence)
Pet owners shall promptly clean up their yards after their pets.
Person walking dogs on the properties shall promptly bag all fecal materials deposited by such dogs.
Small satellite dishes shall be permitted, subject to the Architectural Review Committee’s approval as to the location of such dishes.
No residence, building, fence, wall, patio or other structure shall be commenced, erected, maintained, or improved, altered, made or done without the prior written approval of the Architectural Review Committee.
No boats, trailer, motorized recreational vehicles, all-terrain vehicles, campers, motor homes, commercial trucks and vans shall stay parked on any yard, driveway, or street for a period exceeding 24 hours.
No unlicensed motor vehicle shall be maintained on any street or lot.
Each lot owner shall keep all shrubs, trees, grass, and planting on his property, neatly trimmed, properly cultivated and free of trash, weeds and other unsightly material.
No rubbish or debris of any kind shall be placed or permitted to accumulate upon or adjacent to any property or lot.
No garbage or trash containers shall be maintained so as to be visible from adjoining lots. (almost all are kept in garages)
No tree, shrub, or planting of any kind shall be allowed to restrict pedestrian access or to encroach upon any sidewalk, street, or pedestrian way.
No machinery or equipment of any kind shall be placed, operated or maintained upon or adjacent to any lot except, when appropriate.
No signs whatsoever (including, but not limited to, commercial, political and similar signs) shall be permitted on any lot except such signs as may be required by legal proceedings, during the time of construction, and realtor for sale signs not larger than 2×3 feet.
No fences shall be permitted except for those required around a swimming pool. All swimming pool fences must be approved by the Architectural Review Committee. (hot tub fences no longer qualify)
All outbuildings exterior materials shall be similar to those approved for the home located on the same lot. All outbuildings shall be approved by the Architectural Review Committee. No outbuildings shall be permitted on a Town Home lot.
Property may be rented only for domestic purposes. No lease may have a term of less than 6 months.
Each lot owner shall remove ice and snow from public sidewalks and driveway entrances.
No lot shall be used except for single family residential purposes.
In the event of a violation the Association may send the violator written notice that the violation be cured or abated within 10 days. If the violation is not cured or has not ceased within such time period, then the Association may levy a $500 fine against the owner of the lot on which the violation exists. Such fine shall be treated as an assessment and shall become a lien upon the lot.