Have a Spring or Summer Project? Get it HOA Approved
Did you complete a home improvement project last year? If not, you might have at least thought about improving something around your home either inside or out. After the last year of being home so much, it’s only natural to think about all of the improvements you can make. If you’ve held off until this year, it’s the perfect time to plan your project. Whether it’s a major home remodel, new landscaping, or a fresh coat of paint, it’s time to start getting quotes because contractor’s calendars will fill up fast.
The Meadows Neighborhood Company Home Owners Association has some specific guidelines about changes you make to your home. Here’s a breakdown of the general process for getting your project approved by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC).
Step 1: Fill out your ARC application completely. You can find it here. Check the application checklist to see if your project is on there. You can find that on page 4 of the link above.
Step 2: Your project will be added to the next ARC review meeting. Keep in mind; it takes up to 30 days to review your project. Here’s a list of 2021 meetings and deadlines for review.
Step 3: The committee will review your application and project and make a decision.
Step 4: You’ll be notified by mail if your project is approved.
Step 5: After your project is complete, let the HOA know about it.
Step 6: Schedule an inspection to make sure everything is good to go.
As you dive into your spring and summer project list, hopefully, this helps you understand the HOA process. If you have questions, you can always call the Community Standards Specialists at 720-476-4007. Learn more about the process and what projects need approval here.