Our Owners Association was “formed to provide for the organization, maintenance and management of the subdivision”. The Grouse Meadows Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R’s), establishes an Architectural Control Committee responsible for oversight of properties in Grouse Meadows. The ACC’s purpose is to maintain reasonable conformity and harmony of external design with neighboring improvements, and to ensure neighboring lots are not negatively impacted. The overall goal is to maintain and improve property values throughout the subdivision, providing an attractive, inviting residential development.
A homeowner wishing to make any proposed construction, alteration, modification, removal or destruction of any improvements within the subdivision, must submit a written application to the ACC including, but not limited to, building plans, site plans, and landscape plans. Prior to commencing construction, alterations, etc., the homeowner must have received express written approval of the plans from the ACC. Following written approval by the ACC, the ACC may inspect all work in progress on any lot at any time to determine that the work is proceeding in accordance with the approved application.
As provided by the CC&R’s, the ACC will identify conditions or activities on Grouse Meadows properties which violate the CC&R’s, or constitute a public nuisance, and take necessary action to correct the problem. Initial action will be a written notice to the homeowner advising them of the infraction, and allowing them the opportunity to come into compliance. Possible violations of the CC & R’s should be reported to the ACC in writing for consideration.
Homeowners are encouraged to review and familiarize themselves with the GMOA governing documents which are available on this website.
When a home is noted as being in violation of proper maintenance in accordance with the CC&R's or ACC Rules & Standards, the following action is taken:
1. Owner/Occupant is notified of the specific violation and requested to correct within fourteen (14) days.
2. If the lot is still in violation after the initial period, owner/occupant are again noticed of correction needed within next fourteeen (14) days, and notifying them a fine of $50.00 will be assessed upon the fifteenth (15th) day following the second notice.
3. If violation still remains, the owners' account is assessed $50.00 which is due and payable immediately. If the fee remains unpaid thirty (30) days past the due date of the notice, a $10.00 late fee will be assessed with an additional $10.00 late fee being applied each month thereafter until all fees are completely paid-in-full.
Please refer to this section within the CC&R's for further review and detail.