The exterior of your home shall be clean and free of mold & dirt. This includes, but is not limited to, driveways/walkways, mailboxes, roofs, pool screens, fencing, etc. (if you can see it, it should be clean). Paint should be free of damage and paint should be uniform with a consistent finish.
Fencing must be structurally sound and without damage.
Mailbox - The box, post, and all parts shall be in good repair and free of dirt, damage, or discoloration. Nothing shall cover the mailbox logo or numbers. No vines are permitted.
Trash Cans - Must be stored out of view with the use of approved screening or buffering or stored within the garage. They must be placed and removed at the curb in accordance with the current rules. Containers and landscape debris may not be placed at the curbside prior to 6:00p.m. the day before the scheduled pick-up and removed by sunset following pickup.
Landscaping – All landscaping should be maintained to ensure proper health and growth. Dead or dying landscape material should be promptly removed and replaced. This may require prior approval from the DRB. Mulch beds and/or large areas of bare or unplanted mulch are not allowed. Bare areas of sod are not permitted, and damaged sod should be replaced.
We hope this information has been helpful and provides a better understanding of inspections and compliance. Please do not hesitate to contact the office if you have any questions.
Amber Nelson, LCAM, CMCA, AMS Hunter’s Green Community Manager