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Play Equipment
 
 

Extracted from the Piney Creek Community Guidelines (revised 4/1/16), page 22.
 
Play Equipment
 
Such equipment (i.e. swing sets, slides, basketball hoops, courts, trampolines, playhouses, etc.) may be erected within a fenced or screened area, but shall require the approval of the Committee. Treehouses are strictly prohibited. Play equipment shall be an appropriate scale and of approved materials and color, preferably “earth tones”. Equipment utilizing natural materials (wood vs. metal) is preferred. General guidelines for play equipment are:
 
  1. Structure at the widest points must be a minimum of seven feet from all fence and/or property lines, unless otherwise approved by the ACC.
  2. The peak of the structure may not extend more than four feet above the fence line, unless otherwise approved by the ACC.
  3. Any platform may not extend above the height of the fence line.
  4. Screening of the play structure with trees and/or shrubs may be required by the Committee.
  5. A brochure or elevation drawing of the proposed play structure and a site plan showing the proposed location, with measured distances from adjacent lot lines, must accompany the application.
  6. Play equipment shall be maintained to the same standards as the home. The ACC may require removal of any play equipment found to be in disrepair, if not promptly repaired at the request of the ACC.

There are no blanket approvals for any exterior addition or alteration to an existing residence at Piney Creek. You must submit an Architectural Improvement Request Form for each addition or change you wish to make. Submissions are judged on their individual merit for your particular house and the surrounding neighborhood.