River Run Neighborhood
Highlights of CC&Rs
River Run neighbors appreciate what a pleasant and safe place this is to live in. We have certain guidelines designed to help keep our neighborhood that way. As residents of River Run we’re part of a homeowners association (HOA) that’s governed by a set of bylaws including what are called covenants, conditions and restrictions or CC&Rs. Have you read the rules that pertain to living here?
As a friendly reminder, here are some highlights from the CC&Rs. The complete wording of the CC&Rs is included in the papers associated with a property purchase and they’re also available on the River Run website.
- The affairs of the association are managed by a volunteer board of directors. As members of the association, homeowners get to vote on who will be on the board of directors and other matters at the annual association meetings.
- Property owners are responsible for annual association assessments as set by the board. The assessments are used to pay for maintenance of common areas and other administrative expenses.
- Residential structures are subject to guidelines pertaining to size, materials, roofing, exterior colors, fencing, landscaping, etc. Building plans are to be approved by the Architectural Control Committee and should be submitted a few weeks prior to starting the project.
- Recreational and commercial vehicles may only be parked on the street for 48 hours or less. Non-functional vehicles must be in a garage. Reminder: please keep your speed under 25 mph as we have lots of children in the neighborhood.
- No livestock, including chickens, pigs, goats, etc.,are allowed. Homeowners may only keep two normal pets, such as cats, dogs or birds, per residence. Dogs must be on a leash while on city property (sidewalks, street). Well behaved dogs can be off leash and under voice control in the HOA common areas. Please be sure to pick up after your dog.
- A home office is permitted, but no commercial business that brings customers to the property is allowed.
- Offensive activity that could affect neighbors, is not permitted in public areas or within homeowner’s property. Any trash must be in the approved city containers for disposal.
This is a general summary of some of the guidelines. Neighbors are responsible to understand and follow all rules set forth in the CC&R’s. Please take the time to look up the full set documents available on our HOA website. We appreciate your efforts to keep our neighborhood a beautiful place to live.