One of the most important responsibilities of the Board of Directors, is the enforcement of deed restrictions. The Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions created by the developers in 1984 are part of the governing documents that give the Board of Directors the authority to hire an inspector and to authorize attorney demands for all violations.
The management company performs inspections monthly. The first violation letter will be sent for those lawns that, if not mowed within the next 10 days, will be 7 inches tall or higher. During the next inspection, the lawns that have not complied to the first letter will be force mowed and the cost will be charged back to the homeowner. Sometimes the first letter reaches the owner right after their landscape service has taken care of the grass. If this occurs, please accept our apologies for the trouble.
Trash Cans & Recycling Bins
Trash cans and recycling bins should be kept out of street view, except during pick up days.
Commercial Vehicles are not allowed to be parked in the subdivisions, unless they are temporarily parked to complete a project.
Please treat your front lawns to keep weeds out of the grass. The inspector is authorized to force mow grass 7 in or higher. The cost will be charged back to the homeowner.
City of Pearland
In addition to the HOA’s guidelines, 2 of the subdivisions (Southfield Village and Huntington Park) are also under the City of Pearland jurisdiction and as such, homeowners are also required to abide by City Ordinance Enforcement.
All exterior changes have to be submitted for approval, please email email@example.com for the new form and instructions.