Our Enforcement committee goes through the neighborhood once per month and takes note of any residences that are out of line with the Community Covenance/Guidelines. Enforcement notices are sent out electronically thru PayHOA. The first Enfocement Letter is a notice that steps need to be taken in order to meet our Community Guidelines. If the violation is not corrected/addressed within 30 days further notices and/or fees will be set out.
If you have any concern or wish to appeal an enforcement finding with the board regarding an enforcement issue, please email the enforcement committee at email@example.com. The Board is copied on all communications sent to the Enforcement committee to ensure fair and equitable treatment of all residents.
Enforcement Letters should be taken seriously. This is an effort for the HOA to keep everyone within the guidelines set forth in our covenants. If you have a question concerning your letter or the guidelines, feel free to contact the board.
*Please allow 2 business days for a response. Please be specific if filing a complaint with the board about an enforcement issue.
*All complaints and enforcement issues are kept confidential.
*If you are in violation with something in our covenants, you will receive a courtesy letter explaining your violation. Our enforcement committee will then re-inspect your property during the bi-weekly observations. If you receive a violation letter, you have 15 days from the date of the letter to request a hearing from the board regarding that violation. You may do so in an email. You have 30 days to remediate the violation. If the violation is observed after the deadline date, a fine shall be assessed in accordance with current policy. You may still request a hearing regarding the violation, but once the fine is assessed, it is irreversible in order to ensure timely resolution of enforcement issues. Our hearings are usually an agenda item at the next board meeting.
If at any point of receiving letters you do not understand or agree with the violation, PLEASE contact Enforcement – firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
The Enforcement Committee is responsible for enforcing all of the land use restrictions contained in the Project Documents and Declaration (per Sections 1.15 and 7.24 of the Declaration).
**Important things to remember:
Trash Cans need to be out of sight with the exception of pick up day -Tuesday [Covenant 7.6]
All weeds should be removed from rock area and grass. Sprayed weeds need to be pulled. All weed debris shall be removed from the property; tumbleweeds, etc. including the front ditch.
All 'wild grass' must be kept under 8 inches.
House paint should not be peeling or faded; including paint on the front of your steps.
If you are iterested in volunteering for the Enforcement Committee please reach out to the Board: email@example.com