Appendix B: Architectural Review Committee Walk-Through Visual Check
The Hunters Creek Homes Association (HCA) Architectural Review Committee (ARC) will conduct a walk-through of Hunters Creek to visually inspect the exteriors of homes and properties for routine maintenance. The ARC will view each property from public walkways and check for the following:
Landscaping: Dead trees, shrubs, and bushes should be removed. Lawns should be maintained, and grass height should not exceed 8 inches. Tree branches on public walkways should be trimmed to 7 feet high or higher.
Front yard ornaments, trees, shrubs, and bushes: These should be neat and free of hazards to neighborhood safety and line of sight at corners.
Fences: Any needed repairs or replacements should be made.
House siding, trim, windows, front doors, gutters, and shutters: These should be in good repair or replaced if missing.
Exterior colors, stains, siding, trim, windows, and front doors: These should be neat and free of peeling, flaking, or chipping paint. No more than three different colors should be used on the exterior of the house.
Private walkways and stoops: Any needed repairs or replacements should be made.
Sheds: These should be neat and free of clutter.
Mailboxes: These should be neat and free of clutter.
Driveways: The surface of driveways should be all the same material and should be in good repair or resurfaced if needed.
Cars: Cars should not be parked on grass.
The ARC will notify homeowners of any items that need to be repaired or replaced. Homeowners are responsible for making the necessary repairs or replacements within a reasonable time frame.
The ARC’s walk-through is an important part of maintaining the overall appearance and safety of our community. By working together, we can help to keep Hunters Creek beautiful and safe for all.
Failure to comply with the ARC’s requirements may result in the following:
A written warning from the ARC.
A fee assessed from the HCA.
A requirement to make the necessary repairs or replacements within a specified time frame.
In extreme cases, the HCA may take legal action against the homeowner.
We urge all homeowners to cooperate with the ARC’s walk-through and to make any necessary repairs or replacements promptly. By working together, we can keep Hunters Creek a beautiful and safe community for all.