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Considerable attention is paid to producing and providing Members of the Association with the literature they want and need. Whether you're looking for the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&R's), Architectural Change Request, or would like clarification on what services the Association provides to it's residence, these resources have you covered. If you happen to see a document that needs updated or would simply like to request a new document be created and uploaded to our website, please let us know. At the bottom of this page, there is a suggestion box where you can share your thoughts and ideas.
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Like any other corporation, an HOA needs bylaws to set forth how the corporation will be run. In the bylaws you’ll typically find things like a description of the various classes of membership and their voting rights and provisions for calling and holding annual and special meetings of the members.
The declaration of covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC&Rs) are recorded with the register of deeds in the initial phase of development of a planned community. The CC&Rs govern what an owner may, may not, or must do with respect to the real estate. In them, you’ll typically find things like a description of the property covered by the CC&Rs, language establishing an HOA, a protocol for levying annual and special assessments for common expenses, and a description of the common areas and amenities.”
The Covenants Committee has developed a form to allow homeowners to easily submit complaints and concerns regarding potential violations of the CC&Rs. Homeowners are encouraged to submit complaints forms for violations which they have been unsuccessful at resolving.
The Covenants Committee serves the Board of Directors and is responsible to periodically inspect the exterior of residential properties and consider violations, should a property be found to be in violation of the CC&Rs. Should a violation occur, the Covenants Committee has developed a fee schedule, as authorized through the CC&Rs, as a method of enforcement. The Covenants Committee is a required committee of the Association’s governing documents and regulates the external appearance, use and upkeep of the property and is also responsible for enforcement of the Association’s governing documents.
Every homeowner have the responsibility to monitor the financial health of their homeowners association. In an attempt to provide up-to-date financials in an easy and convenient mannor, the Treasurer has put together a basic review of the Association accounts and expenditures for review. Additional financial will be provided to homeowners upon request.
The Board of Directors have carefully choose a select few vendors to provide quality and cost-effective services to the Association's homeowners, in accordance with the Covenants Committee. Here you will find a summary of the services afforded to the homeowners.
The Architectural Committee is tasked with maintaining the aesthetic and structural integrity of the residential properties throughout the Association through enforcement of the CC&Rs. The committee reviews all applications pertaining to the architectural improvements, repair or improvement of residential lots, including house paint colors, roof replacements, building of decks and patios, and landscaping and lawn improvements/maintenance.
The Board of Directors relies on up-to-date resident contact information to ensure that pertinent information in regards to the Association is provided in a timely manner to all homeowners. If you are a new homeowner or need to update your information, please submit a Resident Information Form.
In accordance with the CC&Rs, all homeowner who are in good standing, must be afforded the right to nominate and vote on Board Members at the annual meeting of the members, held every March. Should you not be able to attend the meeting, please complete the proxy form and submit it to the Board of Directors no later that 24 hours before the commencement of the meeting.