Architectural Committee

The Architectural Committee looks out for the entire community. Their job is to make sure that the size and style of the project, the type of building materials being used and the overall look of new structures, as well as remodeling or other projects, adhere to the association’s design requirements. Not only does this keep the community looking cohesive, it also helps to keep property values up by preventing individual structures from standing out. 

When a homeowner is ready to start a new project, or if the design of a current project changes midway through, plans must be sent to the architectural committee first to make sure they’re in compliance with the association’s design standards. If the committee does find any issues, they will let the homeowner know what they are and try to help come up with other options.

It is always best to submit the Architectural Request Form, rather than not to submit the form and then to be sorry later on. If a homeowner begins construction or changes to their property without Architectural Committee approval the homeowner is taking the risk of having their project denied which can become very costly to the homeowner. The link below will open in a new window with Adobe Acrobat and you can print or save it for later viewing. 

Architectural Change Request Form

The following items are done by the committee:

The homeowners association appreciates all the hard work residents do to make their homes and the community beautiful. Keeping the Architectural Committee in the loop of all building projects keeps the association looking great.

Con Keefer

Committee Chair

3121 Deep Water Lane

Frank Butler

2938 Deep Water Lane

Jon Detrick

3201 Deep Water Lane

Paul Spinazze

Board Liaison

2938 Deep Water Lane