Riverpark Estates Homeowner’s Association
Rules and Regulations
In Compliance with the Declaration of Protective Covenants (CC&R’s)
Effective August 1, 2019
as adopted by the Board of Directors June 20, 2019
- All pets must be kept on leashes in the community, and owners are expected to clean up any waste they leave behind. Pet waste on one’s yard must be cleaned up in a timely manner. At no time should pet waste be visible from the street.
- No animals, livestock, poultry or birds of any kind shall be raised, bred or kept in the Community. Conventional household pets may be kept on property subject to the following restrictions: pets shall not be kept, bred or maintained for any commercial purposes. Pets shall be attended to at all times and shall be registered, licensed and inoculated from time to time as required by law.
- Noise free time within the community shall be between 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. This means that all outside noise such as loud music, sports games, loud visiting, and the like, must cease by 10:00 p.m. This is consistent with City of Auburn noise ordinances.
- There is no excess noise allowed, inside or outside the home, at anytime. This includes; but not limited to,stereo systems, loud bass car amplifiers, or music with vulgar or obscene lyrics.
- Only Legal Fireworks (Safe and Sane) are allowed on the 4th of July within the neighborhood and must comply with the City of Auburn fireworks rules and regulations, which means that “anything that goes up or blows up” is considered illegal. Firework debris must be cleaned up immediately.
- Lawns and landscaping are to be maintained in the manner set forth by the Declaration of Protective Covenants. This includes lawns that are edged and maintained on a regular basis, weeding of all flower beds, trimming and general maintenance of shrubs and trees.
- Home improvements including, but not limited to, exterior painting, fencing, adding free standing buildings and any new construction, must not be initiated until a properly executed Architectural application (ACC Form) for such improvements is submitted and approved by the REHOA Architectural Control Review Committee.
- RV’s, boats, trailers, and water craft of any kind are only allowed on the street or in a homeowner’s driveway for no more than a 24 hour period, at which time they must be moved; unless they are stored and covered under carport areas.
- Fences visible from the street must be power washed and stained/painted as needed. Painting of fences requires an Architectural application to be submitted along with proposed color samples prior to beginning work.
- At no time should the sidewalks and residential streets be blocked; this includes, but is not limited too, portable basketball hoops, gaming equipment and/or vehicles.
- Residents are responsible for ensuring sidewalks in front of their home are clear of debris and obstructions such as tree roots, tree branches, weeds, overgrown flower beds, etc.
- Automobiles parked illegally on the streets of the community will be tagged and towed at the owner’s expense. This includes, but not limited to, blocking mailboxes or parking in fire lanes. Vehicle maintenance must take place in the driveway or carport. Vehicle maintenance must not take place on residential streets.
- Vehicles stored in driveways that appear to be in a state of disrepair and/or in an unsightly condition shall not be allowed.
- At no time should vehicles be parked on one’s lawn or unapproved surfaces.
- Residents are responsible for proper clean up and disposal of all chemicals used. At no time should chemical stains be left on residential streets and/or sidewalks. Nor should chemicals be poured down the water drain.
- Carport areas are to be kept clear of debris and not to be used for storage; however, areas may be used as a patio that is kept in an orderly and sightly manner. Firewood and trash/recycle/yard waste cans are allowed to be neatly stored in the carport.
- Christmas lights and/or decor must be removed no later than January 31st.
Note: Violations of these rules and regulations will be subject to application of the Board-approved REHOA fining policy, which may result in a $150.00 fine to the homeowner for each incident or occurrence. Violations of any of the offenses above that violate Auburn city code(s) and/or City/State/Federal laws may also be reported to the appropriate authorities and/or the association's towing contractor.