FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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WHEN ARE ASSESSMENTS DUE AND HOW SHOULD I PAY?
Annual assessments are due by Feb 28th. An invoice will be mailed to each resident address with instructions on payment options.
CAN I PARK ON THE STREET?
All residents are encouraged to park inside their garage or on their driveway as often as possible. Cars may not be habitually and continuously parked on the street. Boats, Buses, mobile homes, RVs, large trucks, vans and any large vehicle of that nature are prohibited except inside a garage. This includes any vehicles that have graphics & lettering attached. Boats and RVs may be temporarily parked in the driveway for a period of 24 hours.
AM I ALLOWED TO PLACE SIGNS IN MY YARD OR AT THE ENTRANCE?
No signs are permitted in the front of the home except a single “For Sale” sign while the home is for sale or a single contractor sign while repairs or remodel is in progress. Signs are not permitted in any common area except a single “For Sale” directional sign on the right side of the entrance (upon entry) behind the brick wall. A temporary “Open House” sign may be placed at the entrance for a period of no more than 48 hours.
WHERE CAN I INSTALL MY SATELLITE DISH?
Satellite dishes must be located in the most discreet location. On the rear of the home and out of plain view from the street. If your dish absolutely cannot be installed in the rear of the home, please contact the Advisory Committee to approve the location of your dish prior to installation.
ARE THEIR FENCE REQUIREMENTS?
Fences are permitted in the rear of the property, but must be approved in writing by the Advisory Committee prior to installation. Fences must be 5 feet tall and made of natural wood or black Aluminum. Chain link fences are prohibited.
To obtain approval, please provide the Advisory Committee with a request for a new fence, a copy of your lot survey and a description of the fence from the fence installer. Decision will be made based on style, color and location of the fence.
DO I NEED TO GET APPROVAL FOR LANDSCAPING?
All lawns, shrubs and trees must Landscaping must be of usual and customary design. No changes may be made to the landscaping that alters the grade of the lot without prior written approval from the advisory committee. No statue, fountain, flag pole or other non-living adornment or decoration may be installed without prior consent from the Advisory Committee. Trees are encouraged, but the location of all trees must be approved by the Advisory Committee prior to planting in order to ensure that the tree at maturity will not harm or otherwise negatively impact the road ways, sidewalks, sight lines or adjoining properties.