These covenants are currently under legal revision. Update will be posted in the near future.
- Single family dwellings only may occupy each lot property.
- No animals of any kind may be bred for commercial purposes. No livestock or poultry of any kind shall be raised or bred on a lot.
- No obnoxious or offensive activity shall be carried on upon any lot.
- No signs of any kind shall be displayed for public view on any lot except one professional sign of not more than five square feet for the purpose of selling the property.
- No vehicles shall be parked, stored or operate on any lot not having a current license plate. All vehicles must be operational. No material, equipment, or business vehicles may be stored or parked on the premises of any lot except one business vehicle may be parked in the carport, garage, rear or side yard of not more than 1 ton. Recreational vehicles must be parked where they are not visible from the street. No cars should be parked on the street.
- Only the following fence material may be used within site of the street: cedar or other suitable exterior wood of not more than 8 feet, typical being 6 feet. Check with ACC* before building a fence.
- Mailbox posts must be approved by the Declarant and stained or painted as required by the ACC*.
- No outside clothesline shall be placed on any lot.
- No dog run may be visible from the street.
- No temporary house, shack, house trailer, mobile home, tent, barn or other outbuilding is permitted.
- No unsightly activities in yards, driveways, garages including dismantling of vehicles, may be pursued where such condition is visible.
- No satellite dishes or antennas shall be visible from the street.
- No storage of building materials except during construction of home.
- No exposed above ground tanks will be permitted.
- Association approval must be requested before altering landscaping to maintain provisions of horizontal sight lines on each lot.
- Maintain landscaping and home keeping all in good condition and repair.
- No road or driveway shall be constructed or altered without prior approval of the ACC*.
- Special notations are made for those homeowners on waterfront property. Please read the details concerning those rules in the official covenants.
- Association dues are due April 1 each year.
- Store trash cans out of sight and remove promptly from the curb.
*You can address your questions regarding the covenants or ACC procedures to the Homeowner Asoociation Board and ACC Committee members by this form.