The HOA's Architectural Control Committee (ACC) has the responsibility of interpreting and enforcing the rules and regulations regarding homeowner's properties and their improvements as outlined in the HOA's CC&Rs.
If you are interested in volunteering on the committee, please contact ACC@TimberlineRidge.Org .
If you are planning on painting the exterior of your house, you are required to contact the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) for approval.
When repainting with the same color , approval will be automatic (but the ACC still needs to be notified). If you are changing the color, the ACC must review and approve the color change prior to commencing the work.
For approval, complete & submit the online form below prior to commencing any work.
If you are planning on replacing your roof, you are required to contact the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) for approval.
The homes in Timberline Ridge have 3 types of roofing styles:
When repairing or replacing your roof, you are required to use a material & color that matches the appearance of your existing roof and is in keeping with the style of adjacent roofs. For approval, complete & submit the online form below prior to commencing any work.
When replacing your roof with one of the following products/colors, approval from the ACC will be automatic (but the ACC still needs to be notified):
The HOA has arranged a 10% discount with Elite Roofing Remodel if you install a CertainTeed Presidential Shake roof. Please contact Philip Cady (firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote and mention the TR HOA and discount. If you wish to install a a GAF Timberline HD Composition roof, the HOA is in the process of arranging discounts with two additional installation vendors... stay tuned for more info!
The Timberline Ridge HOA ACC's policy on solar panel installation is as follows:
Solar energy panels may be installed within a Lot so long as the solar energy panel:
Solar energy panel frames, support brackets, or any visible piping or wiring shall be painted to coordinate with the roofing or other adjacent material. Solar energy panels may be attached to the slope of a roof facing the street only if the panel conforms to the slope of the roof and the top edge of the panel is parallel to the roof ridge. Ground-mounted solar energy panels must be shielded if shielding the panel does not prohibit economic installation of the solar energy panel or degrade the operational performance quality of the solar energy panel by more than ten percent (10%).
To receive ACC approval to install solar panels on your property, complete & submit the online form below prior to commencing any work.
The CC&Rs specify that "All fences to be built shall be the same color and design as the fences constructed by the original developer of the neighborhood unless otherwise approved by the Architectural Control Committee Review Board." An image of this "standard style" of fence is shown to the right or above. This style of fence looks identical on both sides with a height of 6 ft. With the exception of sport courts, chain-link fences are not permitted.
When it comes to replacing a shared fence shared, the HOA does not have any policies/rules about how the cost should be allocated amongst neighbors... that is for the involved parties to determine.
If you are planning to add a fence or change the style and/or color of an existing fence, please complete & submit the online form below prior to commencing any work.
Radio and/or TV antennas which extends more than 30 inches from the structure or which are more than 24" in diameter are not permitted unless approved by the Architectural Control Committee. See CC&Rs Article III Section 13.
To receive ACC approval to install an over-sized antenna, complete & submit the online form below prior to commencing any work.
The ACC must approve the design of any structure used to screen or store certain vehicles* on homeowners' property. At a minimum, the structure must be "no less than 30 feet to the front lot line or nearer than 30 feet to any side street line".
An ACC review is not required if vehicles are stored inside a homeowner's garage.
If you are planning to build a screening/storage structure, complete & submit the online form below prior to commencing any work. The ACC has created guidelines for screening/storage structures. Please ensure that your structure meets these guideline's prior to submission.
*Vehicles that require screening/storage per the CC&R are: "boat, boat trailer, camper, mobile home, recreational vehicle or travel trailer, cars or similar objects, either with or without wheels". See detailed vehicle definitions here.
Building an outdoor living space? Any update or modification to the exterior of your home requires ACC approval.
If you are planning a renovation, complete & submit the online form below prior to commencing any work.
Although not required, the HOA ACC strongly encourages homeowners to communicate with their neighbors regarding any major improvements they plan on making to the exterior of their homes.
Good Communication = Good neighbors!