Vehicle Storage

PROCEDURES FOR REQUESTING PERMISSION TO STORE A VEHICLE UNDER SECTION 25 ARTICLE III, OF THE DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
OF THE HIGHLANDS 460.

Residents of the Highlands 460 subdivision, who are requesting approval to build an enclosure for a trailer, boat, motor home, mobile home, camper or similar  recreational vehicle are asked to comply with the following procedures:

1. Submit a written request to the Architectural Control Committee with the following information. A site plan, including  elevations if necessary, showing the location of all present structures, neighboring structures, the proposed new enclosure, the new fence or screening and the height of the screening and the location of existing and proposed new trees and bushes that will be used to screen the vehicle from view. The interpretation of “screen from view” means that no part of the trailer, boat, motor home, mobile home, camper or recreational vehicle can be seen by anyone walking past the property or standing in an adjacent lot. The committee will be permitted to make an exception if the adjacent lots have a significantly different elevation but under no circumstances will the top of the fence or other screening material screening the vehicle be less than the height of the stored vehicle. The plan must clearly show the access path to the enclosure.

2. A complete description including dimensions of the trailer, boat, motor home, mobile home, camper or recreational vehicle to be stored in the enclosure.

3. If the fencing height required to screen from view is greater than six feet, then the homeowner will be responsible for obtaining the necessary zoning variance from the City of Centennial. Evidence of the zoning approval must be submitted with the request.

4. Upon approval of the enclosure plans, the homeowner will sign a statement acknowledging that the enclosure is for the vehicle described in the application and the approval to store a trailer, boat, motor home, mobile home, camper or recreational vehicle cannot be transferred to future homeowners or to another vehicle without the approval of the ACC. Also, the homeowners will acknowledge their obligation to advise future owners of the property that the new owners will NOT be able to use the enclosure until they have received permission from the ACC.

ADOPTED BY HIGHLANDS 460 C1V1C ASSOCIATI0N ON DECEMBER 1, 1993.

[Note: The Architectural Control Committee is now the Covenant Review Committee.]