Architectural Review Committee (ARC)
The members of the ARC Committee are currently:
- Patti Palanza (Board member representative)
- Tom Wootton (Board member alternative)
- Ankara Rosser
The ARC Committee email address firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to work on the committee, please contact ARC by sending an email to: email@example.com
If you are going to do building or modification to your property, please download and submit the form below. It is required.
Remember, for ALL construction within the community (per the Owners Construction Requirements (available for download at the bottom of this page):
* Preserving Subdivision Road Integrity and Condition: The CHHOA maintains the Greens Lake/High Cedar Highlands main road and all interior roads within the subdivision. To minimize wear and tear on the road, heavy equipment and trucks with heavy loads should not use the roads when the road base is wet or saturated. The property owner’s election of doing construction during the wet months (defined as November through April) will require extra vigilance for both the Association and the property owner. The presence of snow-cover on or snowbanks along the roadside are generally accepted indications of a saturated roadbed; or, following heavy rains the roadbed may be temporarily saturated. Rutting, or other road destruction to the Association’s right of way or culverts caused by the property owner’s contractor or contractor’s heavy equipment must be immediately repaired to as good or better condition and in no way hinder or obstruct through traffic by subdivision residents. Property owner must report, to any member of the Board, any damage to Association property within 24 hours. Violation of this rule may cause the Association to make repairs and back charge the responsible property owner or keep all or a portion of the property owner’s refundable deposit.
*The property owner must provide a suitable dumpster or waste receptacle on the property owner’s
building site within five (5) days of the commencement of construction and it must remain until the
project is completed.
*The property owner must provide a portable, self-contained, outdoor restroom (i.e.: Porta-Potty) for use by the construction crew for the duration of the project.
*Any structure (no matter whether built onsite or trucked in) that is over 200 sq. ft. requires a
building permit issued by the Iron County Building Department.
This is in keeping with the CC&Rs and the Owner’s Construction Requirements for our community.
The impact fees have been re-established. See the letter below.