a. Constructing fences greater than four (4) feet high.
b. Constructing homes, garages, or sheds
c. Repainting of houses or sheds (if a different color from the current color).
d. Replacing roofs
e. Constructing docks or decks
f. Constructing additions to houses garages septic systems, etc.
a. ”Each lot shall be maintained in a clean, sightly condition at all times and be kept free of litter, junk, containers, equipment and building materials. No lot shall be used in whole or part for storage of anything which will cause such lot to appear in such an unclean, disorderly, or untidy condition. However, the reasonable keeping of equipment and materials on a lot during construction on such a lot shall be permitted. All refuse shall be kept in sanitary containers concealed from view, which containers shall be regularly emptied. No refuse or other waste materials of any kind may be thrown or deposited in the lake at any time.
b. “No noxious, dangerous, or offensive activity shall be permitted on any lot nor shall anything be permitted on any lot that may be or become a nuisance or unreasonably interfere with the use or enjoyment of any part of the real property.” Put simply: Be good neighbors.
c. No temporary structures are allowed to remain on a long-term basis. Note: It has been determined that pole and vinyl/plastic cover structures for boats, cars, and RV’s are NOT PERMITTED per our covenants. If you have questions about this, please contact a member of the Architectural Control Committee.
d. The Pierce County Health Department and the Fire Department do not permit using burn barrels for anything.
e. Burn bans for open fires may be in effect when low air quality. Check with the Fire Department at