Adopted by the Board of Directors on December 9, 2019
ACC Backyard Structure Standards:
ACC Backyard Structure Standards: 12/19
- Homeowner shall submit standard project review form to the ACC.
- Length and width shall be no more the 85 square feet, as measured by exterior dimensions.
- The maximum height from the ground level shall be 9.0 feet
- Materials and paint shall blend into the surroundings.
- Details of the siding, roofing, color and window placement are required with the submission.
- If the structure is prefabricated, the submission shall include pictures and website source and/or brochure and/or flyer.
- The exact location of the structure on the property will be shown on a drawn map to be submitted with the application. The impact on the neighbors of the location of the proposed structure shall be considered.
- The ACC will contact impacted neighbors.
- The homeowner is required to determine if a building permit is required and if so, apply for and pay all fees for the necessary permit. The Homeowner shall provide a copy of the permit to the ACC prior to beginning construction or installation of the Detached Backyard Structure. Upon the completion of the construction or installation, a copy of the certificate of completion from the City will be provided to the ACC.
- Ground level playhouse standards are the same as for sheds.
- Elevated playhouse and treehouse standards are the same as above except the height restriction will be 12 feet to the peak of a roof, if there is one.
- A more detailed drawing of the exact shape and features will be required and attached to project review form that is submitted to the ACC.
- The Homeowner shall have all 811 utility locate services performed and completed prior to project commencement.
- The Homeowner must obtain permission from the Tiffany Board if the project abuts the HOA perimeter fence or park.
- No construction or installation may commence prior to securing approval from the ACC in writing.
- The Homeowner is solely responsible for any costs, losses and damages from non-compliance with the standards and approvals.
- All completely built structures, as of below date, are grandfathered in are considered approved.
Approved by the Board on 12/9/2019
Amended March 9, 2020