As a homeowner in Ward Park Place, it is your obligation to maintain the standards set in the bylaws and covenants of the association. These bylaws and covenants are designed to ensure that the community remains a desirable and attractive place to live. This may include requirements for upkeep of your property, such as regular maintenance of landscaping and exterior features, as well as compliance with rules related to noise levels, parking, and other community standards. Failure to maintain these standards may result in penalties or fines from the association. 

If you wish to report a violation of the bylaws and covenants of Ward Park Place Homes Association, you can do so with the form below.

After you submit your report, the association will review the information provided and determine whether a violation has occurred. If a violation is found, the association may take action to enforce the bylaws and covenants, which may include issuing warnings or fines, or taking legal action if necessary.

Remember, it is important to maintain a respectful and professional attitude when reporting a violation, as your neighbor may not be aware that they are violating the bylaws and covenants. By following the proper reporting procedures and working with the association, you can help to ensure that your community remains a desirable and attractive place to live.

    Violations Report


    Monthly Fine

    6.02 Minimum Floor Space


    6.02 MINIMUM FLOOR SPACE. Minimum standard for square footage of enclosed living space, exclusive of garages, porches, patios, basements, open breezeways of attics, are hereby established for any residence erected on any of the lots as following; Any ranch style residence shall contain a minimum of 1200 square feet of first floor living space; any two story residence shall contain a minimum of 950 square feet of living space on the first floor and a minimum of 1500 square feet total on all floors; any split-level residence shall contain a minimum of 1500 square feet on living space. Provided, however, that interior areas of any residence, which are in excess of the aforementioned minimum requirements and not located on the first floor, need not be immediately completed for occupancy if the resident is so designed and built that such areas can be finished at a later date without any structural changes being made in the exterior of the residence, and if written permission of the architectural control committee is obtained.

    6.03 Roofing


    6.03 ROOFING. All roofing shall be limited to composition type roofing as designated by and approved by the Architectural control committee. No wood roofing shall be permitted. For any roofing other then composition as designated by the architectural control committee, written permission bust be obtained from the architectural control committee.

    6.04 Exterior/Paints


    6.04 EXTERIOR/PAINTS. Exterior coverings of asphalt paper, tin or any material not recognized as substantial or permanent shall not be permitted. All exteriors except roofs shall be covered with not less than the equivalent of two coats of good paint or one coat of good stain.

    6.05 Building Lines


    6.05 BUILDING LINES. No part of any residence, except as hereinafter provided, may be erected or maintained on any of the lots nearer to the front street or the side street then is the front building line or the side building line shown in the plat of Ward Park Place, first plat or subsequent plat for additional lands added to the property.

    6.06 Fencing


    6.06 FENCING. No chain-link fence is allowed in the community. No fence shall exceed seventy-two (72) inches in height above the ground, may not extend closer to the street then the front of the house and must be approved in writing by the architectural control committee; provided however, where a swimming pool is maintained, applicable government codes or insurance codes be respected.

    6.07 Signs


    6.07 SIGNS. No signs, advertisements, billboards or advertising structures of any kind may be erected or maintained on any of the lots; provided however, that one advertising board may be maintained on each lot or tract when under original construction and during resale of the property.

    6.09 Additional* Dwellings


    6.09 ADDITIONAL* DWELLINGS. No trailer, basement, tent, shack, garage, born or other detached outbuilding shall be erected or maintained on any property in said subdivision or at anytime to be used as a residence temporarily or permanently, nor shall any residence or a temporary character be permitted. No dwelling or residence shall be occupied until fully completed except as provided for in restrictions. No residence shall be moved from another location to any lot herein.

    6.10 Additional Structures


    6.10 ADDITONAL STRUCTURES. No detached out-building, detached garages or other structures shall be permitted. Towers, clotheslines, clothes poles, aerials, satellite dishes, pergolas, ovens, detached structures for ornamental purposes, attached out-building, swimming pools, play houses and other outside facilities may be erected only with written approval of the architectural control committee.

    6.11 Fuel Tanks


    6.11 FUEL TANKS. No tank for the storage of fuel may be maintained above the surface of the ground.

    6.12 Household Pets


    6.12 HOUSEHOLD PETS/ANIMALS. No animals, livestock or poultry may be raised, bred, kept or maintained upon any of the lots; household pets not to exceed three in number may be kept but must be restrained on a leash or in a fenced back yard, provided that they are not kept, bred, or maintained for any commercial purpose. No dog run, kennel, or other animal, domestic animal, or household pet, pen, enclosure, housing of shelter facility shall be constructed or maintained upon any lot.

    6.13 Parking


    6.13 PARKING. No boat, truck, trailer, camper, bus or commercial vehicle shall be parked upon any of the lots or upon any other streets in said subdivision except as incidental to construction or repair work being done there and no building material of any tiype, machinery, equipment, graders, diggers, tractors shall be permitted to remain in said subdivision except as incidental to construction work being there carried on. Recreational vehicles of a recreational nature may be permitted off street, parked no closer to the street than the front of the house with written permission of the architectural control committee only.

    6.14 Additional Structures


    6.14 OFFENSIVE ACTIVITES. No noxious of offensive activity shall be carried on upon any lot, nor shall anything be done thereon which may become an annoyance or nuisance to the neighborhood.

    6.16 Antennas and Aerials


    6.16 ANTENNAS AND AERIALS. All television antennas and other antennas and aerials shall be located inside the attic or under the roof so as to be completely hidden from view.

    7.02 Plan Approval


    7.02 PLAN APPROVAL. Before any structure or improvement shall be built, altered or place on any lot the construction plans and specifications and a plan showing the location and front, sides and back elevations of the structure shall be submitted to and have the written approval of the committee, as to quality and type of workmanship and materials, harmony of external design with existing structures, and as to location with respect topography and finish grade elevation. In addition to other matters described in the declaration, exterior colors, roof colors and landscaping plans must be approved by the committee.

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