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CCR Compliance

Pine Meadow Village Development Standards (CC&R's) provide details on the development’s architectural standards and guidelines, approved building materials, and Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs) including information on notices, fines and appeals. CC&Rs are policies and procedures designed to keep our neighborhood a desirable, safe and attractive place to live. The CC&Rs are fair to all owners and are meant to protect us and our property values.  We encourage all homeowners to work through issues and violations of the CC&R’s with their neighbors before seeking enforcement from the HOA On-Site Manager and Board of Directors.
PMV Rental Resolution Approved May 2021
Article 6, Section 6.1 of the PMV CC&R’s states “owners shall be permitted to rent the living unit to a maximum of 6 people when owner is not in occupancy”.   Children of all ages count towards that total maximum of 6. The HOA requires owners using their living unit as a rental to register with the PMV General Manager. 
The PMV Board of Directors approved this PMV Rental Resolution in the May 2021 board meeting.  All owners are asked to become familiar with this new rental resolution.
PMV Parking
More information regarding parking guidelines in PMV may be found in here.
CC&R Compliance
The PMV HOA On-Site Manager and Board of Directors will work cooperatively with homeowners, who are in violation of CC&Rs and will enforce these important CC&Rs fairly and judiciously. In concert with CC&Rs, owners may find a Summary of Rules and Regulations helpful. These short and concise documents may also be useful for owners who rent their properties and wish to provide guidance to their renters.
Enforcement actions are intended to achieve compliance with the CC&R’s, NOT to generate revenue or pursue legal actions. The Board of Directors will exercise the right to determine if a violation has occurred and will use a test of reasonableness, and common sense.
Should filing a concern become necessary, an On-Site Manager Action Request form may be submitted.