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Violations & Fines

Expectations & Standards

  • Garbage Cans should be put out for pickup the night before scheduled pickup times only and stored out of view from the street or beside the house away from the front of the house the day after garbage pick-up.

  • Lawns (including weeds) must be less than 10 in. height.

  • Shrubs and flower beds must be properly maintained

  • Vehicles must be parked on the parking pads or street not on the grass. Vehicles must not block mailboxes other drives or fire hydrants.

  • Bulk pickup should only be put out the day before scheduled bulk pickup. Contractors are responsible for removal of remnants of renovation to property. If bulk pickup does not occur on the regularly scheduled days, it is up the homeowner to be responsible for the trash removal. If the HOA has to call a service to remove the trash, the expense incurred for removal will be assessed to the homeowner’s account with an administration fee.

  • Mailboxes should be in good repair and in harmony with the mailboxes in the neighborhood. Many repairs may require a welder to repair the structures. This is the homeowner’s responsibility.

  • Siding must be clean and in good repair

  • Roofs must be in good repair and all Shingles should match in color and be in accordance with the approved colors to maintain harmony. If missing shingles can not be replaced with matching shingles, then a roof replacement may be required.

  • Outside paint colors require an ACR be submitted to maintain harmony and compliance

  • Parking pad repair must be consistent with the pea gravel composite originally used

  • Fences must be maintained and in compliance with HOA and City Code

  • Trees must be pruned or removed



1. A homeowner has 24 hours after notice to cure the violation, unless otherwise indicated in the Fine Schedule. Some violations, by their nature, do not exist for more than 24 hours. For these violations, notice will be given and subsequent violation of the same kind occurring after 24 hours shall be considered a continuation of the initial violation and shall be subject to a fine. For example, an owner who allows their pet to wander off leash will be given notice of violation. If they allow their pet to wander off leash more than 24 hours after notice, they will be fined each time the pet is found off leash.


2. A notice letter will be sent to the Homeowner stating the alleged violation and the amount of the fine to be imposed. If the violation is not cured within the time prescribed, the applicable fine will be assessed and will continually be assessed until the violation is cured. All costs associated with notification of the violation will be billed to the homeowner’s account, including, but not limited to postage, envelopes, paper, etc.

3. Any fines / notification costs that remain unpaid will become a lien against the homeowner’s property and legal action may result. The Homeowner shall be responsible for all fines, accrued late charges, and/or legal fees or costs that may be incurred during the collection process.

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