ACC (Architectural Control Committee)
The ACC was created by the original covenants (see Article 3) of the neighborhood. The committee originally served the neighborhood as a separate entity from the board. With the filing of the acceptance of the assignment of these powers to the board, the board can create the committee or hold the ACC powers themselves. Currently, the board functions as the ACC. The members are elected by the homeowners and help neighbors to adhere to the covenants. This consistency helps all of the homeowners maintain home values.
The ACC Guidelines should be referenced by all homeowners before a project begins. Those listed here are consistent with a community wide survey that was conducted in early 1999 by the board. You can see the results of the survey here.
Contact a board member or Kirkpatrick for the appropriate form for the project you are planning. The form is also available online.
What is the process if a Homeowner is in Violation of the covenants?
Neighbor vs. Neighbor
Part of the responsibility of having neighbors is being considerate of how they might feel if you make changes to your home. Any change you make not only should be submitted to the ACC but also should be discussed with your neighbors. Avoiding future problems can be as easy as talking it over. Meet your neighbors if you haven't already so that when a question comes up, you have a relationship already with that person. Meeting someone for the first time under stressful circumstances makes it very hard on everyone involved.
The following are the most recent ACC requests. Any comments should be directed to the board.
This page was last updated 4/26/07