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Posted on: April 14, 2017

DRB Reviews Landscape and Architectural Projects

First Snow and Fall Leaves

As spring approaches and home projects are planned, property owners may need to notify the DRB before starting landscape and construction projects. Below is a list of examples that require DRB approval or notification.

Landscape items that may require DRB approval:

  • Adding or removing sod and irrigation
  • Adding or removing landscape
  • Clearing for Wildfire mitigation
  • New planting beds
  • Water feature
  • Retaining walls
  • Removing or adding patios
  • Hot tubs
  • Fire pits or built-in grills
  • Adding or changing exterior lighting
  • Changing or new address marker
  • Installing flag poles, artwork, recreational equipment
  • Adding fencing or screening
  • Septic repair or replacement

Architectural items that may require DRB approval:

  • Recoating or Color change
    • Prior written approval must be obtained from the Design Review Board to recoat the exterior of a building that deviates from the originally approved color scheme (color and formulation).
  • Adding or replacing exterior doors, windows or garage door
  • Addition to house
  • Changing or replacing exterior materials
  • Rebuilding deck or handrails
  • New or replacing roofing material
  • Adding solar panels, satellite dish, exterior equipment
  • Temporary or permanent structures on the property

Note: Enclave property owners must have HOA approval prior to DRB approval.

 If you have additional questions regarding the Design Guidelines or approval process, please contact the DRB administrator Millie Aldrich at drb@cordillerametro.org

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