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To ensure that property values remain high in our community, home owners are members in the Highlands Ranch Community Association and are required to abide by the convenants outlined in the Community Declaration and other governing documents.
Home owners are required to submit plans for approval to the Community Improvement Services Department (they will pass the requests to the Architectural Control Committee) for all exterior improvements prior to installation. The HRCA strives to ensure choices are in harmony with the overall appearance of the community and in compliance with governing guidelines.
See answers to some of the common questions home owners have about covenants and residential improvements.
Have an exterior home improvement project? You will want to fill out and submit the appropriate form to the Community Improvement Office.
See why Highlands Ranch homes hold their value and what benefits are of living in a covenant controlled community.
Find out what you need to submit when you are requesting approval for a home improvement project.
The Residential Improvement Guidelines are the official list of covenants adopted by HRCA. Often referred to as the RIGs, this document contains all the rules for the exterior home improvements allowed.
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