What does the HOA do about unsightly landscaping?

What does the HOA do about unsightly landscaping?

The Daybreak Community Association completes weekly inspections of the community and follows the steps below in accordance with the enforcement policy.

  • The first step of the violation process is to call the homeowners who have unsightly landscaping to inform them of the issue. Assuming we have accurate contact information. If not, a letter goes out.
  • The second step is to send out a courtesy notice giving the homeowner 10 days to remedy the situation.
  • The third step is to send the homeowner a certified letter informing them to take care of the issue within 10 days or they will receive a fine.
  • If it goes beyond 10 days of the certified letter, a fine of $50.00 is imposed and a $10.00 fine each day thereafter until the situation is remedied.
  • Self Help is only performed on vacant homes – under the advice of legal council. Self Help is where the Association will have a contractor go in and mow, edge, trim to make the yard as presentable as possible. It is important to note that on a vacant house we cannot turn the water on to irrigate.


 

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