Vehicle renovation or repairs lasting longer than two days may not be undertaken except in enclosed garages. Inoperable vehicles, vehicles without a valid current registration, or any other similar items may not be stored in the open on any lot.
No boats, boat trailers, house trailers, trucks, recreation vehicles, mobile homes, campers, or any similar items can be stored or parked in the open on any lot without prior written approval of the Architectural Committee. See GUIDELINE No.8—BOATS, TRAILERS, TRUCKS AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES.
The application must include:
- Diagrammed/plot plan showing the location of the vehicle.
Note: Applications without a diagrammed plot/plat plan will not be accepted.
- Elevation drawings of the house and driveway showing the appearance of the vehicle on driveway in relation to adjacent and surrounding properties.
- Dimension of driveway.
- Dimensions of vehicle.
- Dimension of vehicle in relation to driveway.
- Description of material to be used to screen vehicle from adjacent properties. See GUIDELINE No.47—SCREENING.
Your application will most likely be approved if it meets the following criteria:
- Vehicle size does not obscure view of street traffic.
- The size of the vehicle does not obscure the ability of adjacent neighbors to ingress or egress their driveways safely.
- Screening does not significantly impair the view or amount of sunlight of adjacent residences.
- The screening is not unattractive in appearance.
NOTE: Trucks and multi passenger vehicles are defined as vehicles exceeding 2000 lbs. with exterior signing or lettering; with or without an open, loaded or flatbed rear section; with area for a ladder and tool carrying capacity. To include pickup trucks with or without signage that are used for commercial hauling; Full-Size vans, Minivans and SUVs weighing between 13,000 and 33,000 lbs., and heavy trucks that are used for local delivery and public service commercial purposes.