The Architectural Control Committee, ACC, in Stone Canyon is tasked with helping our residents understand and follow the deed covenants and restrictions. The purpose of those standards is to maintain property value and ensure improvements of the neighborhood as intended by the original developers. The ACC sets guidelines periodically to help keep the standards in compliance with changing laws and to ensure our neighborhood continues to be a desired place to live and a place to be proud of for many years to come.
The committee is comprised of a board member as voting chair and two volunteer neighbors. The chair guides and manages the daily requests from neighbors for improvements and repairs to their property. Our voting volunteers have a vested interest in staying within the intended purpose of the deed restrictions because they are homeowners, too.
All work proposed that affects the exterior of the home (e.g., landscaping, pool installation, sheds, and roof replacement) or certain interior parts (e.g., garage) must be submitted to the ACC for approval. This process is important because it creates written documentation in case there is ever an inquiry into the condition or project on a resident's property. You can find the Declarations, Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions, DCC&R's, in the document section below including all amendments passed to date. You can find project-specific information in the ACC guidelines document.
Please feel free to ask questions about possible approval by sending an email to the ACC via firstname.lastname@example.org. Start your app today with the link provided.
You will need to fill out an ACC Request Form if you are modifying the visible appearance of the home, or if you are replacing things that are visible from the street, sidewalk, or greenbelt.
The ACC Committee is asking for suggestions from our residents to determine if there are key areas of our Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions that can be addressed as well as potential suggestions to the ACC Guidelines policies recently published. Please fill out the survey found here:
Thank you for your suggestions!