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Architectural Control Committe
 
 

 
Monthly Meetings of the ACC
The ACC meets in an open meeting on the first Wednesday of the month at 6 PM at the Piney Creek clubhouse. Because of proximity to the New Year’s holiday no meeting is held in January. Likewise, there is usually no December meeting. To confirm the monthly meeting please contact the Onsite Community Manager at 303-699-8069 or at mgr@pineycreek.org.
 
Meeting minutes for the ACC can be found here
 
Authority for having the ACC
The ACC is mandated by the Piney Creek governing documents. Section 7.2 of the Amended and Restated Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for the Piney Creek Maintenance Association states
 
“The Board shall appoint an Architectural Control Committee in accordance with the Architectural Requirements, the members of which shall serve at the pleasure of the Board.  The Board shall delegate its architectural duties under the Governing Documents to the committee as set forth in the Architectural Requirements.“
 
Composition of the ACC
The ACC is a group of volunteer homeowners that represent the individual filings and neighborhoods that make up Piney Creek. The Committee fluctuates in size, but strives to have a minimum of two and up to three representatives from each filing. If the filing you live in has sufficient member representation, the ACC might ask you to monitor another filing that is lacking ACC representation.
 
If you are interested in serving on the ACC please contact the Community Manager.
 
Function of the Architectural Control Committee (ACC):
The function of the Architectural Control Committee is to regulate the external design, appearance, and location of the properties improvements in such a manner as to (a) promote those qualities in the community/environment that bring value to the properties; and to (b) foster the attractiveness and functional utility of the community as a place to live, including a harmonious relationship among structures, vegetation, and topography.
 
Specifically, the ACC members
  • Review Architectural Improvement Requests to approve, deny, request additional information, or suggest changes to the plans.
  • Attend monthly meetings
As a group the ACC
  • Hears appeals from homeowners and renders a decision
  • Recommends modification of the Community Guidelines to adapt to changing trends, new materials, change to state laws, and submits to the Board of Directors for final approval
  • Recommends new guidelines as new situations arise (faux carriage door hinges on garages, artificial turf, solar panels, radon piping, etc.)
  • Adds clarification to existing guidelines