I know if I need ACC approval for my landscaping or exterior home
The simplest answer is to read your copy of the
Deed Restrictions. However, for most of us, that is easier SAID than DONE.
Our Deed Restrictions are full of legal wording and have bits and pieces of
important information scattered throughout. Occasionally, clarifications
will be published in the Newsletter or call your Association Manager. Any
change to the exterior of your house and/or land is probably subject to ACC
review and approval prior to the change. One thing you never have to worry
about is having your request rejected as unnecessary. If you take the time
to prepare and submit a request, the ACC will take the time to review and
respond to it. REMEMBER, making an improvement to the exterior of their
property without obtaining the ACC approval is a serious violation of the
CCRs. The Board of Directors is required by the Association By-Laws and
CCRs to enforce the remedy of any violation.
SOME LANDSCAPING AND HOME
IMPROVEMENTS THAT NEED APPROVAL;
Fence staining Ė restricted colors
Planting trees in front or back yard.
Flowerbed and tree well landscape borders
Children play equipment or basketball
Storage Sheds Maximum height 6 feet,
Patio Covers or increase size of concrete
Room add on or enclosed sunrooms
Any exterior improvement that has public
Change exterior paint color and roof shingles
color or design
How does a homeowner
make a request to the ACC?
All requests must be submitted on a Property
Modification Approval Request Form to our Association Manager at Premier
Communities Management Co. A copy of the Property Modification Approval
Request Form is available through newsletters or requesting a copy by
calling or emailing the Association Manager. Please complete the form in
itís entirety as it applies to your improvement project; and remember there
is no such thing as too much information. The more information included, the
more likely your project can be approved in a timely manner.
Property improvements also includes any
additional landscaping, tree planting, sheds, children play equipment,
basketball goals and any improvement higher than the rear yard fence. If
you have not obtained approval for any previous improvements, please do so
immediately, so an approval can be recorded in the associationís files.
Chair: Robert Wilcox
Chair: Eileen Smith
Chair: Currently Vacant
For questions or comments
about your HOA, please send email to:
Brian Ruby, Premier Communities Management Company
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