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Storage Sheds
 
 

Extracted from the Piney Creek Community Guidelines, page 20.
 
 Storage Sheds
 
All ancillary structures, such as green houses, storage sheds, patio covers, arbors, cabanas, etc., shall be approved by the Committee.  Structures must be sited and designed to be compatible with the house and all adjacent houses, fences, etc.  In no case shall ancillary structures be located within the setbacks required by the City of Centennial and Arapahoe County.  Notwithstanding those statutory setbacks, a minimum offset of four feet shall be maintained from any property line.

ACC requests for storage sheds shall be evaluated along these criteria:
  • The shed must have a roof the same or extremely similar to that of the dwelling
  • The shed must be compatible with the house (i.e. same color/staining and materials as the home – wood siding and/or brick)
  • The shed must be free standing, fully enclosing the property bounded by the shed
  • Metal or plastic storage sheds are not allowed
  • No larger than 8’x10’ width and length, no taller than 10’ high at peak of roof.
For more information, you can review the City of Centennial Land Development Code.
 
Metal storage sheds are not allowed.
 

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.