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Top Reasons Why a Homeowner Would Receive a Violation Letter

posted Jun 11, 2015, 6:32 AM by Stu Beam
In order to keep our community looking great and increase compliance towards the rules and regulations, the violation fines have been increased. The first letter a homeowner receives is a friendly reminder of the noted violation. The second is a warning. Once the homeowner gets the third letter, a fine is levied for $50.00. The next letter will be $100.00 then $150.00 and so on. To avoid any fines, please comply to the rules and lets make our community a beautiful one.

The following are the most common reasons a homeowner would receive a violation letter which could result in fines. All the rules and regulations for our community are located in our Resource Center (http://www.crossingatonioncreek.com/resource-center).

  1. Lawn / Landscape Maintenance and Trees or Bushes Blocking Sidewalk

Be kept in neat and well groomed condition and appearance, with all trees, shrubs and plantings properly pruned, yards regularly mowed, edged and raked and all areas kept free of trash, debris, weeds and overgrowth. Each Owner shall keep all trees, shrubs,

grass, and plantings in such Owner's Lot or Lots free of disease and insects consistent with good horticultural practice.

  1. Trash or Recycle Bin Visible (other than on pickup dates)

Refuse, garbage and trash shall be kept at all times in covered containers and all such containers shall at all times be kept within an enclosed structure or appropriately screened from view of all adjacent property and public and private rights-of-way; provided, however, garbage containers shall be permitted to be placed outside of enclosed structures and may be removed from screened areas a maximum of two (2) times each week, for no longer than twelve (12) hours each time, for garbage collection.

  1. Commercial / Unauthorized Vehicle Parking

Parking of commercial vehicles or equipment, mobile homes, recreational vehicles, boats and other watercraft, trailers, stored vehicles or inoperable vehicles in places other than enclosed garages is prohibited; provided, construction, service and delivery vehicles may be exempt from this provision for such period of time as is reasonably necessary to provide service or to make a delivery to a residence.

  1. Inoperative or Disabled Vehicles

No junk vehicles or equipment, spare vehicle or equipment parts or other article deemed to be unsightly by the Board shall be permitted to remain on any Lot so as to be visible from adjoining property or public or private rights-of-way.

  1. Trash or Unsightly Debris on Property

No rubbish or debris of any kind shall be placed or permitted to accumulate upon the Property or any portion thereof unsanitary, unsightly, offensive, or detrimental to any other property or to its occupants.

  1. Unapproved changes/modifications to residence

No Improvement may be constructed, altered or removed on or from any Lot or portion of the Property without the prior written approval of the Architectural Committee. Any action, other than normal maintenance, which in any way alters the exterior appearance of any Improvement, including, without limitation, its color, or which involves the removal of any Improvement or the alteration of the landscaping on a Lot, shall be performed only with the prior approval of the Architectural Committee.


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