Just a reminder
Regular community compliance inspections take place throughout the season.
Here are a few topics to review:
Trash Cans – Trash/garbage shall be kept in sanitary containers and must be stored out of view from the street, except on day of trash pickup.
Home Maintenance – Each owner shall maintain their lot in a clean and attractive condition. Maintenance shall include: Exterior siding, moss on roofs, gutters, fence, retaining walls, window screens, window blinds and sidewalks must be in good condition to avoid potential trip hazards.
General Landscaping and Exterior Maintenance – Keep yards free of weeds and diseased or dead grass. Lawns are to be fertilized and neatly mowed. Trees and shrubs are also to be fertilized and pruned on a regular basis. This includes street trees over the sidewalk areas, which are to be trimmed 7½ feet above the walkway per the City Tree Ordinance. Landscape strips to be maintained. Lots should be free of trash and unsightly materials. (Note: Cottage Collection front yard landscaping is maintained by the Association but you still need to keep it clean and report any landscape issues to the Community Office)
Exterior Modification Changes – An ARC Request Form must be submitted for Board review prior to any changes and/or modifications to the lot.
Parking – Campers, boats, trailers and recreational vehicles, etc. may not be stored or kept on any lot unless fully enclosed within the garage. Do not park in No Parking Zones – you will be towed or cited by the County.
Holiday Lights – May be displayed 30 days before a holiday and must be removed within 15 days after the holiday.
Basketball Hoops – Cannot be placed on the street, block driveways, must be in good condition, including nets, hardware, and base. Cannot be placed on the lawns or parking strips for extended periods of time (greater than 48 hours) causing the browning or killing of the lawn.