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Architectural Review Committee (ARC)
The Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R’s) of the Heritage Parks Association, Article VIII, Section 2, provides that there be an Architectural Control Committee of the Association. The Board of Directors appoints the members of the Architectural Control Committee and the members serve at the pleasure of the Board.
 
It is the duty of the Architectural Control Committee to consider and act upon such proposals or plans submitted to it pursuant to the terms of Article VIII, Section 5, to adopt Design Guidelines and Architectural Control Committee Rules, to perform other duties delegated to it by the Board and to carry out all other duties imposed upon it by this Declaration.
 
Article VIII, Section 5: Application for Approval of Improvements: Any Lot Owner, except Declarant and its designated agents, proposing to perform any work of any kind whatsoever, which requires the prior approval of the Architectural Control Committee shall apply to such Committee for approval by notifying the Architectural control Committee of the nature of the proposed work in writing and furnishing such information as the Committee may require.
    
Architectural Review Committee Guidelines
OVERHEAD TRELLlS-WOOD STRUCTURES-GAZEBOS
• Not to exceed 9' -0" in height, unless otherwise specifically approved
• Natural redwood or pre-approved paint color
• Not to be attached to fences
• Verify setback requirements with the City - distances from property lines
• No clotheslines can be hung from structure
• No plastic or fiberglass materials may be placed on the structure
 
SHEDS WILL ONLY BE ALLOWED WITH PRlOR ARCHITECTURAL APPROVAL
 
SPAS & POOLS
• Permanent fixtures must be pre-approved
• Verify setback requirements with the City
• Permits must be applied for and granted by City
 
CONCRETE PATIOS
• Maintain existing drainage pattern or improve by installing drainage pipe
• You must not allow your water drainage to enter into someone else's yard
• No additions on front patios
 
DRIVEWAY EXTENSIONS ARE NOT ALLOWED
 
FRONT YARD FOUNTAINS ARE NOT ALLOWED
 
MAINTENANCE OF RESIDENCES
• Homeowners must prune and maintain plants, trees, and shrubs so as not to become unsightly, block views of or infringe upon neighboring properties
• No unimproved dirt areas in front yard
• No climbing vines or shrubs against common fences
 
ADDITIONS
• Additions will be allowed as long as they are approved and compatible with existing architectural quality, materials, and colors
• No metal or aluminum-style additions are permitted
• All additions must meet County setback requirements
 
NOISE CONTROL
• Permissible time frame for construction is between the hours of 7:30 am to 7:30 pm
 
HARDSCAPE DETAILS
• Mailbox changes, columns, permanent poles, flag poles, must be submitted for approval
• No garbage can structures are allowed in front yard• Playhouses/swing sets must be approved
 
FENCING
• Fencing must be maintained at 6'-0" height maximum or as originally constructed
• Fencing must be wood, no wrought iron style gates or fences with the exception of patio fencing
• Fences must not be painted unless pre-approved, (natural clear stain or sealant is permitted)
• No lattice, etc., shall be added above the fence line without prior approval
• All other materials well be reviewed on a per case basis
 
PAINTING HOUSE
• Colors must be compatible with houses in area and must be pre-approved.
• Colors must be compatible with each other (base and trim)
• Color changes from original will be generally discouraged
 
SCREEN DOORS
• No silver color aluminum screen doors are allowed
• Screen doors must be painted to match trim of door
• Screen doors must be pre-approved before installation - provide brochure or sample
 
OUTSIDE CLOTHES LINES ARE NOT ALLOWED
 
TV ANTENNAS OR SATELLITE DISHES
• Only satellite dishes smaller than 1 meter will be allowed
 
    
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