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Architectural Control Committee
The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) consists of neighborhood volunteers appointed by the Board of Directors. This committee oversees Architectural guidelines and the enforcement of the deed restrictions . Separate deed restrictions exist for each of the subdivisions, but all three are similar. These neighborhood rules are applied to all exterior home improvements, e.g.: roofs, fences, painting, new siding, windows, pools, spas, decks, gazebos, driveways, walkways, solar panels, placement of satellite dishes and storage sheds, etc. They are legally binding and they are an important part of our Heathlake community because the City of Houston has not adopted any zoning regulations.
Homeowners have the right to appeal to the Board if there is any kind of dispute with an application.
Print out Home Improvement Form
Utility Easement Guidelines
IMPORTANT: Graham Management company will process all applications and
grant approval to all general type of improvements. Applications with construction details or major exterior changes will be referred to the ACC committee for approval.
ACC questions regarding home inprovement or construction applications, call Adrienne at 713-334-8000 or email : ADELGIORNO@grahammanagementhouston.com
Deed Restrictions apply to all exterior improvements of the property, including: new or replacement fences, roofs, painting, pools or spas, decks or gazebos, placement of satellite dishes, etc. Siding and brick may be painted with approved colors. The objective is to maintain properties in compliance with the aesthetic standards of our community.
Businesses are prohibited although working out of a "home office" is allowed. This community is strictly for residential use only so any customer activity is prohibited.
Garage sales, yard sales, and estate sales are not permitted.
Boats, trailers or inoperable vehicles are not allowed to be parked on the driveway or on
the street. For more detail, please review the Deed Restrictions below for your subdivision.
Failure to comply with deed restrictions can result in legal action, and Texas law permits civil damages in an amount not to exceed $200 per day per violation from the date of the violation. Homeowners can also be liable for the Association's legal costs in pursuing the enforcement of deed resrictions.
Deed Restriction questions should first be referred to Andjela with Graham Management at 713-334-8000 or email : email@example.com
Heathlake Regulation of SOLAR PANELS, ROOF SHINGLES, FLAGS, FLAG POLES, RELIGIOUS ITEMS and RAIN BARRELS -
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