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What is the difference between the CC&R's and the architectural design guidelines?

The Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R's) is a legally binding document, created by the developer, that outlines certain rules and regulations for the Association. The Board of Directors, with the authority given to it by the CC&R's, establishes Community Rules and Architectural Design Guidelines that are meant to supplement the CC&R's and assist the Board with ensuring uniform decision making. Although they have been created to coincide with the CC&R's, they may not cover every restriction in the CC&R's, Articles of Incorporation or Bylaws.

Who sent me a violation letter?

The Community Manager sends violation letters for all violations observed during an inspection of the community or reported by another owner. The letter you received states the specific violation and the date is was reported.

Do all violations warrant a letter?

The Community Manager sends violation letters for all violations seen during inspection and all violations reported by other Owners. It is possible that some violations are not observed and thus no violation letter sent.

I received a violation letter, but the violation does not exist?

Errors do occur and we apologize. If you received a violation in error, please contact the Community Manager so the situation can be discussed and corrected.

May I leave a R.V., boat, sports equipment, trailer or similar vehicle parked on my driveway?

Article 4, section 15.4 of the CC&R's states that such vehicles under 7 feet in height and 20 feet in length may be parked on the driveway of a lot or parcel. However, Article 4, section 15.2 states that such parking must be approved by the Architectural committee. Motor vehicles over 7 feet in height or 20 feet in length may be parked on the driveway of a lot or parcel for the sole purpose of loading or unloading only and such parking may not exceed 24 consecutive hours or 72 hours in a 7 consecutive day period.

May I leave my R.V., boat, sports equipment, trailer or similar vehicle parked on the public street?

Such vehicles may not be parked on a public street within West Point Towne Center. Although the streets are public and owned by the city, the city does recognize that a homeowner association does have the right to enforce such parking rules as allowed by the CC&R's. No vehicles of any type may be parked on a public street within the community. Parking of such vehicles is a violation of the CC&R's.

I have visitors coming, where can they park?

Vehicles belonging to any guest or invitee of an Owner may park on any roadway for a period not to exceed 72 hours in any consecutive 7 day period so long as the parking does not violate any city law, obstruct any driveway or inhibit traffic.

Do I have to inform the HOA when I have visitors?

No. The association, Board of directors or Community Manager does not need to be informed when you have guests.

I received a parking violation for my guests vehicle, what do I do?

Although the Board of directors and the Community Manager make every attempt to minimize such errors, they do happen. In this case, simply contact the Community Manager and explain the error. Please provide the make, model, color and license plate of the vehicle in error. This information will only be added to your account to help prevent future violations.

How do I report a violation of a CC&R?

If you see a violation of the community documents, you can report it to the Community Manager via email. When submitting the violation, please provide as much detailed information as possible such as date, time, address, license plate, make and model of a car. It is also helpful and strongly recommended that you include a digital picture of the violation.



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