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We'd all like to build whatever we want, but the HOA has a duty to ensure that all Federal, State and County codes are adhered to, as well as our HOA's Protective Covenants and PUD lease.  Since we're all lessees of the PUD, any Federal, State or County violations within the park become a liability of the PUD (the landowner) and must be avoided at all costs or we risk being in default of our land lease.

Before you begin ANY structural modifications or repairs, or disturb any ground, fill out the PUD Leaseholder Checklist and submit it to the Architectural Control Committee (ACC).  Failure to submit the form is subject to an automatic $300 HOA fine, and potentially further penalties from the HOA, Grant County or the PUD.  Failure to correct an out-of-compliance situation is also subject to recurring HOA penalties of up to $300/month as specified in the 2008 Park Building Code.

UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES ARE VERBAL ACC OR BOARD MEMBER PROJECT APPROVALS VALID.


ANY WORK THAT PUTS OUR HOA IN A NON-COMPLIANT SITUATION WITH THE PUD (our landlord) OR ANY REGULATORY AGENCY WILL RESULT IN AN ADDITIONAL AUTOMATIC $300 FINE.

ANY PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN ON GREENBELT OR HOA PROPERTY ARE SUBJECT TO ADDITIONAL AUTOMATIC $300 FINE.


The process of notifying the ACC is easy.  Here's how it works:
  1. Review and fill out a LEASEHOLDER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT CHECKLIST form and deliver it to Wendi Hillard (Lot 158) [email protected]) or Kevin Hepworth (Lot 165) [email protected] or Henk Schols (Lot 137) [email protected] You can also send it to the Secretary ([email protected]) and she'll forward it to the ACC. Link to forms is below.
  2. The ACC will review your project and inform you of next steps.  Do not start until you've received a written response from the ACCPLEASE NOTE: IT MAY TAKE 2 WEEKS FOR THE PUD TO COMPLETE THE REVIEW.
  3. Once the ACC has signed off, they may instruct you to forward the application to the PUD.  Evelyn Zepeda is the contact there and her email is [email protected] 
  4. If your project includes ground disturbance, there may be a fee if your lot has not had a cultural survey in the past, or if it has not yet paid the $750 survey fee described in the Ground Disturbance Process document at the link below.
  5. Out-of-compliance situations with the State or County can have significant consequences for our landlord, our HOA and for the lot owner.  Link to checklist is below.
Forms and Process are here: https://cbnp.communitysite.com/p/ACC-Documents

Thanks for doing your part to keep your lot and the park in compliance on these important matters.