If the ARC decides the home improvement may impact a neighbor’s view, the ARC may ask you to speak to your neighbor and obtain a signed Neighbor Impact Statement.
Owners must obtain approval, including city permits, to build a pool/spa. Many pool vendors will contact the POA directly to ensure the appropriate documents are submitted for approval.
Owners do not need approval to renovate the inside of a home. However, the Association would appreciate an email to the office indicating workers will be in the neighborhood and are authorized by an owner.
Owners do need approval to rebuild a fence. Please submit a home improvement application to the office with details on height, style and color. There is no app fee assessed on “repair/replace” home improvements.
Owners must obtain ARC approval to paint the outside of the house. Please submit a home improvement application to the office with details and a paint sample. This ensures that the new house color is harmonious with existing neighborhood colors.
There is a $25 application fee, payable to Oak Run POA, for new home improvements. There is no charge if the application is for “repair/replace” existing home improvements.
Owners must submit a Home Improvement Application to the POA office, along with detailed drawings, supply lists, vendor contact info, and neighbor impact statements, if applicable. The office will log the request and forward to the ARC committee. A committee member will contact the owner, review the request, review the owner’s DCCRs, and approve or [...]
The Architectural Review Committee (ARC) is a group of homeowners that review applications for homeowner's changes and modification requests to their property. The ARC is not governed by the Board of Directors and approves/denies home improvement applications independent of the Board of Directors. The decision set forth by the ARC conforms with the POA’s DCCRs [...]