Covenant Frequently Asked Questions

Covenant Compliance Reminder: 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. For example, home owners must submit plans when painting, installing air-conditioning equipment, or putting in a deck. While some improvements do not require approval, there may be parameters that need to be followed. The HRCA strives to ensure choices are in harmony with the overall appearance of the community. More

What is the guideline for having a recreational vehicle at my home?

The short answer: 72 hours. The long answer: The SUPPLEMENTAL DECLARATION provides that no recreational vehicles, campers, campers on/off a vehicle, boats, mobile homes, horse trailer, tractors, motor homes or trucks (other than a pickup truck) may be stored in such a manner as to be visible from any other property for longer than 72 hours in a seven (7) day period, except as may be approved in writing by the Architectural Committee for reasons such as out of town guests with a recreational trailer. For the purposes of this guideline, all of the above referenced vehicle types shall be considered “recreational vehicles” or RVs. The application of this guideline shall not be limited to only those types of vehicles listed. The Architectural Committee shall review any other vehicle type not listed on a case-by-case basis. Periodic movement of the vehicle for the purpose of circumventing this standard shall not qualify the vehicle for exception from this standard. The purpose of the 72 hours is to load and unload the RV, not to provide storage/parking for the unit.