How to Obtain Approval For Home Improvement Modifications

Residents who move into Kings Ridge agreed in documents at the time of the closing to abide by the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (DCCRs). The deed restrictions protect property values by keeping the community a highly desirable place to live. Residents can obtain the DCCRs from this website.

The neighborhood’s three-member, homeowner-elected Architectural Advisory Committee (AAC) must evaluate and ultimately vote on all home modifications and/or improvements that are visible from public view.

HammerIncomplete requests will be returned for additional information, and some requests may prompt questions from members of the AAC. Incorrect information or changes made after approval invalidates ACC approval.

The goal of the AAC is to assure that all changes to properties within Kings Ridge conform to the appropriate Deed Restrictions. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. If you have questions about any aspect of seeking approval for architectural modifications and/or improvements, please consult with the HOA property manager.

Architectural Control Form

  • 1. About the Resident(s)

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  • 2. About the Project

  • Drop files here or
      IMPORTANT: Include plan view and elevation drawings (to scale) plus any other supporting documents indicating project location and its relationship to property lines, neighbors, construction, easements, etc.
    • 3. About the Requirements

      (If yes, attach copy above)
      (if yes, inform Association Manager)
    • Typing your name constitutes permission for ACC members to inspect property and agreement to abide by ACC's decision.