Homeowners' Association

In 2020, the HOA settled a lawsuit out of court.  A dispute arose between a homeowner and the HOA regarding the homeowner’s exterior alteration request for an improvement on the homeowner’s property. The HOA worked diligently to address the matter in a neighborly fashion without incurring any costs, but could not resolve the issue to the homeowner’s satisfaction. The homeowner sued the HOA and the HOA’s insurance carrier arranged for the HOA’s defense. Upon careful and deliberate consideration, and after extensive consultation with the insurance defense counsel, the HOA Board decided that it was in the HOA’s best interest to settle the matter. The amount of the settlement payment paid to the homeowner was $6,000, which was the amount of the homeowner’s attorneys’ fees. A settlement and release agreement was executed by the parties and the case was thereafter dismissed with prejudice.

Architectural Guidelines

We’ve seen many home improvements going on this year. Unfortunately, some are not in compliance with our covenants and by-laws. While we are working on these, please remember that you must submit an Exterior Alteration Application in advance for ANY project on your property or the exterior of your home. Copies of our HOA guidelines are posted on our website.

Changes that must be approved include (but are not limited to) installing fences or walls of any type in any location; sheds; decks; patios; other exterior structures; awnings; and in-ground pools and ponds.

All additions to homes as well as changes in the color of existing siding, doors, and/or shutters must also be reviewed and approved by the Architectural Review Committee. Exterior Alteration Application information and forms are posted on our HOA website under “Exterior Alterations.”

Please email the Architectural Review Committee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions.

Restrictive Covenants to Remember

  •  All play equipment must be in backyards and not visible from the street.
  • Overall aesthetic rules prohibit the painting or covering of garage windows.
  • Community Parking District rules prohibit the parking of watercraft, motor homes, campers, trailers, vehicles greater than or equal to 3 axles for more than 48 hours.
  • Trash cans and recycling bins must be stored out of sight.
  • Please be courteous to others as well by trimming trees and shrubs over and near sidewalks to allow ease of using our many walkways. Above ground-level clearance of 6-feet is a minimum standard for growth extending over sidewalks.

Future Newsletters and Communication Sent Electronically

To minimize costs and processing time, the HOA board will in the future by default conduct business using electronic communications (email, website, Facebook).  This will include, but is not limited to, distributing future newsletters electronically.  We will also post important updates at the entrances of the neighborhood on the signboards.  

Please view the website and sign up for information to be emailed to you.  We want to stay in touch while saving you money and resources. 

If you choose, however, to opt out of electronic means of communication, please drop us a note, requesting special accommodations to the HOA board.  Our mailing address is 3340 Monarch Ln. 


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