The Association management team routinely conducts inspections throughout the community, monitoring for violations of the rules and regulations established in the governing documents.
Stage One: If a violation is observed, the homeowner or tenant will be sent a courtesy reminder notifying them of the infraction. Residents have 14 days to take corrective action.
Stage Two: If the violation is not rectified within 14 days, the resident will be sent a notice of violation, a more formal reminder of the community’s rules. Residents will have another 14 days to address the issue.
Stage Three: If the violation is still not addressed, the resident will be sent a notice of fine. At this point, a financial levy will be charged to the homeowner’s account. Residents have 14 days to address the violation.
Stage Four: At this point, if the violation has not been addressed, the resident will be notified corrective action will be taken.
Stage Five: If the Association can contract a vendor to address the infraction, such as pulling weeds or trimming trees, it will do so at the homeowner’s expense. If the Association cannot address the issue, such as backyard landscaping, it will be turned over to the Association’s legal team for injunctive relief.