Most master regulations provide for architectural control by the association. These controls are not set up to stifle your individual creativity, but rather to assure that the integrity of the original community design is preserved.
Most associations set up an architectural control committee which develops and distributes architectural guidelines for you, reviews and approves all submitted plans for exterior alterations, and enforces architectural standards.
It is important that you are familiar with the architectural controls and always work with the committee when making any exterior changes to your residence. This will avoid unnecessary misunderstandings which inevitably cause delay and extra expense.
HOW THE PROCESS WORKS
Submission of application for exterior improvement.
Application, Pictures, Paint Samples, Colors, Materials Used, Any Necessary City Permits.
Architectural Committee reviews project based on application and CCR’s.
Architectural Committee votes on project.
• Approve with contigencies
• Request more information
Committee Decision is emailed to homeowner and filed with our office. If approved, owner may begin exterior modification project.