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The Riverstone HOA Compliance Department oversees deed restriction enforcement for the community according to the governing documents for the Association. These restrictions are in place to help our residents maintain a high quality of life in neighborhoods that are consistent in appearance and quality, while allowing as much as possible, individual expression.
In addition to deed restriction matters, our Compliance Department can also provide residents with guideline and submittal information for property modifications and improvements. Prior to making any change to the exterior of your home, each Owner is obligated to submit an application for architectural review. This includes changes to exterior paint palettes, irrigation systems, landscaping changes, patios, pools, outdoor kitchens, basketball hoops, play structures, and many other property improvements.
Modification submittals are reviewed by the Architectural Review Committee the first Wednesday of each month. Completed modification forms are due on or before the Thursday prior to the meeting. Please review the Modification Guidelines prior to completing the ARC Modification Request Form. Please use the following email address to submit applications electronically (ARCModification@rshoa.org).
Our Compliance Team are onsite and available to assist homeowners in understanding the community's deed restriction guidelines and modification submittal procedures. Should you have any questions or concerns regarding deed restrictions/governing documents, modification issues, or compliance issues, please e-mail the Compliance Department at firstname.lastname@example.org. To access our staff contact page with phone numbers and emails, please Click Here.
ARC Modification Request Form
Solar Energy Devices & Roofing Materials Policy
Brick Landscape Border Examples
Outdoor Lighting Examples
Covered Patio & Gazebo Guidelines
(The list above provides quick access to our most requested information. For a complete list of forms, examples, guidelines, and policies, visit the Resource Center.)