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VILLORIO HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION
RULES AND REGULATIONS
 
The Rules & Regulations were established in conjunction with the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R's of the Villorio Homeowners Association, for the purpose of enhancing and protecting the value and attractiveness of Villorio condominiums, ensuring the owners respect toward the other owners, and to reinforce the CC&R's. As owners we have all agreed to abide by the CC&R's as condition of the purchase of our homes.
 
The Rules and Regulations provided herein are not all inclusive of those applicable to Villorio. Additional items may be explicitly stated or implied in the CC&R's as determined by the Board of Directors.
 
GENERAL
 
General restrictions are outlined in Article VII, Section 1 and Section 2 of the CC&R's.
 
1)         No part of a residence shall be used for any retail, commercial or other type of business which may be disturbing to other residents, either by noise, traffic or other concern.
 
2)         No tent, shack, trailer, garage, or structure of temporary character shall be used at any time as a residence, either temporarily or permanently, by residents or their guests.
 
3)         No more than two persons per bedroom shall reside in any condominium.
 
4)         No activity which may become an annoyance or a nuisance, or which may interfere with the quiet enjoyment of any owner's condominium, shall be allowed within any condominium or common area.
 
5)         Radios, televisions, stereos, musical instruments, etc. must be played so as not to disturb residents at any time.
 
6)         Fireplaces shall be utilized for natural wood burning or natural gas only. Chemically treated woods or substitutes may cause excessive damage to the interior and exterior of the chimneys due to high combustion temperatures and heavy rosins.
 
VEHICLES and PARKING (please refer to new parking policy approved December 2007)
  
 
GARAGES
 
1)         Garage space function is to provide parking for a resident's motor vehicle and shall be used to accommodate such vehicle. Garages shall not be converted into any use that would prevent its use as parking space for a motor vehicle.
 
2)         Garage space shall not be used to conduct a business.
 
3)         No garage doors shall be permitted to remain open except while the garage is being accessed.
 
ANIMALS
 
Animals restrictions are outlined in Article VII, Section 5 of the CC&R's.
 
1)         No animals of any kind shall be raised, bred, or kept except for two ordinary household pets such as dogs or cats, provided they are kept under control at all times.
 
2)         All animals within the common area must be kept on a leash, not to exceed six feet in length, being held by. a person capable of controlling the animal.
 
3)         Residents who walk their pet on any area of the common ground or surrounding area are required immediately to clean up any mess left by their pet.
 
4)         Owners are responsible for any damage or destruction done by their animal to any common area or other owner's property.
 
5)         Owners are responsible for controlling any noise from their animal which disturbs the peace and comfort of the neighboring residents.
 
6)         All pets are subject to all City, County and State ordinances.
 
GARBAGE AND REFUSE
 
Garbage and refuse disposal restrictions are outlined in Section 6 of the CC&R's.
 
1)         Littering of all types is strictly prohibited.
 
2)         All trash must be placed inside trash bins. Haulers will not remove trash which is left on the side of the bins.
 
3)         Lids to trash bins shall be closed after use.
 
4)         Gates to trash bullpens shall be closed properly after use. This is important not only for aesthetic purposes, but also to keep stray animals and children from access to the garbage.
 
ARCHITECTURE AND AESTHETICS
 
The following restrictions are drafted from Article VII, Sections 7.9, 7.10 and 7.11 of the CC&R's.
 
1)         No exterior alterations to condominiums, including but not limited to balconies, patios, doors, awnings, tents, covers, wiring or other similarities. may be conducted without prior approval of the Board.  This includes installing, erecting, painting, repainting or otherwise altering the current state of any exterior item.
 
2)         All drapes, curtains, window coverings, shutters or blinds visible from the street or common areas shall be white or off-white in color or lined in off white, or of other colors, materials, and patterns which are approved by the Board.  All window coverings shall be kept in aesthetically acceptable condition as determined by the Board.
 
3)         There shall be no outside laundering or drying of clothes or other items, except inside fenced patios with items to be hung below the fence level so as not to be visible from streets or common area or other condominiums.
 
4)         There shall be no draping of towels, carpets, rugs or laundry over the railings.
 
5)         Stairways shall be clear of any obstructions which may cause injury to persons, including plants, planters, ceramic decorations and other similar items.
 
6)         No plants or objects may be attached to or resting upon balcony railings which may fall or cause damage to property or injury to persons. Plants and similar items must be adequately potted to retain water and prevent possible damage to property. Owner's will be held responsible for damage.
 
POOL AND SPA 

1)                 Hours: 7:00 am to 11:00 pm Sunday through Thursday; 8:00 am to 12:00 midnight Friday and Saturday.

2)                 Pool access may not be used for exclusive use.

3)                 Children under 18 years of age are not allowed in the pool area without a resident adult present.

4)               All persons shall shower prior to entering the pool or spa. Lotions and /or oils must be removed prior to entering the pool or spa.

5)                 Proper swim wear must be worn in the pool.  No cutoffs allowed due to the potential damage to pool filters.

6)                 Babies and untrained children must wear waterproof pants while in the pool.

7)                 No loud noise or unruly conduct allowed at any time. Radios must be played with consideration of other persons using the pool area.

8)                No pets, bicycles, skateboards, or metal objects (i.e., hairpins, coins) allowed in or around the pool area.

9)                 No pool floats larger than standard kickboards or pool toys of any sort allowed in the pool or spa.

10)             No glass objects, including bottles, allowed in or around the pool or spa at any time.

11)             Use of the pool while under the influence of alcohol, narcotics, drugs or medicines is prohibited.

12)             Gates to the pool area shall remain closed and locked at all times.

13)             Persons with skin disorders, communicable diseases, or open wounds are not allowed in the pool or spa.

14)             All trash, including cigarettes and cigars, must be placed in proper receptacles.

15)      Chasing, running, fighting or other "horseplay which is annoying or potentially dangerous to other persons is not allowed in the pool area. 


OCCUPANCY
 
1)         Occupancy is limited to, and not to exceed regulations published by the State Board of Health.
 
2)         No owner shall rent or lease a unit for a period of less than three months.
 
3)         In the event of a rental, the landlord will adhere to the following,
 
                        a.         Owners shall immediately supply the management company with their new address immediately upon change of occupancy.
 
                        b.         Supply the Association with information regarding the tenants.
 
                        c.         The tenant is bound by the items listed in the Rules and Regulations and the CC&R's as is an owner.
 
                        d.         The owner of a condominium shall provide a copy of the Rules and Regulations prior to tenant occupancy and include them into the lease agreement.
 
4)         Occupancy information submitted to the Association shall not be revealed by the management company to any third party except as may be required in the reasonable administration of Association affairs.
 
5)         Owners should understand that they are fully responsible to the Association for the conduct of their tenants, their tenants' guests, or the pets of their tenants or guests; and should therefore carefully evaluate prospective tenants' ability to accept and abide by these Rules and Regulations.
 
6)         Any costs incurred by the Association in enforcing any of its Rules and Regulations or the CC&R's will be assessed to the owner of the unit involved.
 
ENFORCEMENT
 
These Rules & Regulations may be enforced by the following adopted policy:
 
1st Offense - Verbal or written notice of violation will be issued to the party in violation.
 
2nd Offense -Certified notice of violation will be issued with notice of hearing and intent to fine.  Should party in violation be found guilty of violation to the Rules & Regulations, a reasonable fine of not more than $50.00 may be assessed.
 
3rd Offense - Certified notice of violation will be issued with a notice of hearing and intent to fine. Should the party be found guilty of continually violating the CC&R's/Rules and Regulations additional reasonable fines may be assessed.
 
SIGNS
 
Signs shall not be displayed in public view on any condominiums or on any portion of the property except:
 
1)         One (1) "For Sale" or "For Rent" sign per unit (provided the sign does not exceed three (3) square feet in size. The sign must be placed in a window.
 
2)         One (1) "Open House" sign may be placed at the entrance on Forest Ridge Drive and one -(1) "Open House" sign may be placed in front of the unit.
 
3)         A notice may be posted at the entrance for gate access.
 
GARAGE SALES
 
Garage sales shall not be held on any portion of the property except:
 
1)         Written permission by the Board of Directors.
 
2)          An "Association" garage sale can be held at the discretion of the Board of Directors.

 


VILLORIO HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION
RULES AND REGULATIONS
 
The Rules & Regulations were established in conjunction with the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R's of the Villorio Homeowners Association, for the purpose of enhancing and protecting the value and attractiveness of Villorio condominiums, ensuring the owners respect toward the other owners, and to reinforce the CC&R's. As owners we have all agreed to abide by the CC&R's as condition of the purchase of our homes.
 
The Rules and Regulations provided herein are not all inclusive of those applicable to Villorio. Additional items may be explicitly stated or implied in the CC&R's as determined by the Board of Directors.
 
GENERAL
 
General restrictions are outlined in Article VII, Section 1 and Section 2 of the CC&R's.
 
1)         No part of a residence shall be used for any retail, commercial or other type of business which may be disturbing to other residents, either by noise, traffic or other concern.
 
2)         No tent, shack, trailer, garage, or structure of temporary character shall be used at any time as a residence, either temporarily or permanently, by residents or their guests.
 
3)         No more than two persons per bedroom shall reside in any condominium.
 
4)         No activity which may become an annoyance or a nuisance, or which may interfere with the quiet enjoyment of any owner's condominium, shall be allowed within any condominium or common area.
 
5)         Radios, televisions, stereos, musical instruments, etc. must be played so as not to disturb residents at any time.
 
6)         Fireplaces shall be utilized for natural wood burning or natural gas only. Chemically treated woods or substitutes may cause excessive damage to the interior and exterior of the chimneys due to high combustion temperatures and heavy rosins.
 
VEHICLES and PARKING (please refer to new parking policy approved December 2007)
  
 
GARAGES
 
1)         Garage space function is to provide parking for a resident's motor vehicle and shall be used to accommodate such vehicle. Garages shall not be converted into any use that would prevent its use as parking space for a motor vehicle.
 
2)         Garage space shall not be used to conduct a business.
 
3)         No garage doors shall be permitted to remain open except while the garage is being accessed.
 
ANIMALS
 
Animals restrictions are outlined in Article VII, Section 5 of the CC&R's.
 
1)         No animals of any kind shall be raised, bred, or kept except for two ordinary household pets such as dogs or cats, provided they are kept under control at all times.
 
2)         All animals within the common area must be kept on a leash, not to exceed six feet in length, being held by. a person capable of controlling the animal.
 
3)         Residents who walk their pet on any area of the common ground or surrounding area are required immediately to clean up any mess left by their pet.
 
4)         Owners are responsible for any damage or destruction done by their animal to any common area or other owner's property.
 
5)         Owners are responsible for controlling any noise from their animal which disturbs the peace and comfort of the neighboring residents.
 
6)         All pets are subject to all City, County and State ordinances.
 
GARBAGE AND REFUSE
 
Garbage and refuse disposal restrictions are outlined in Section 6 of the CC&R's.
 
1)         Littering of all types is strictly prohibited.
 
2)         All trash must be placed inside trash bins. Haulers will not remove trash which is left on the side of the bins.
 
3)         Lids to trash bins shall be closed after use.
 
4)         Gates to trash bullpens shall be closed properly after use. This is important not only for aesthetic purposes, but also to keep stray animals and children from access to the garbage.
 
ARCHITECTURE AND AESTHETICS
 
The following restrictions are drafted from Article VII, Sections 7.9, 7.10 and 7.11 of the CC&R's.
 
1)         No exterior alterations to condominiums, including but not limited to balconies, patios, doors, awnings, tents, covers, wiring or other similarities. may be conducted without prior approval of the Board.  This includes installing, erecting, painting, repainting or otherwise altering the current state of any exterior item.
 
2)         All drapes, curtains, window coverings, shutters or blinds visible from the street or common areas shall be white or off-white in color or lined in off white, or of other colors, materials, and patterns which are approved by the Board.  All window coverings shall be kept in aesthetically acceptable condition as determined by the Board.
 
3)         There shall be no outside laundering or drying of clothes or other items, except inside fenced patios with items to be hung below the fence level so as not to be visible from streets or common area or other condominiums.
 
4)         There shall be no draping of towels, carpets, rugs or laundry over the railings.
 
5)         Stairways shall be clear of any obstructions which may cause injury to persons, including plants, planters, ceramic decorations and other similar items.
 
6)         No plants or objects may be attached to or resting upon balcony railings which may fall or cause damage to property or injury to persons. Plants and similar items must be adequately potted to retain water and prevent possible damage to property. Owner's will be held responsible for damage.
 
POOL AND SPA 

1)                 Hours: 7:00 am to 11:00 pm Sunday through Thursday; 8:00 am to 12:00 midnight Friday and Saturday.

2)                 Pool access may not be used for exclusive use.

3)                 Children under 18 years of age are not allowed in the pool area without a resident adult present.

4)               All persons shall shower prior to entering the pool or spa. Lotions and /or oils must be removed prior to entering the pool or spa.

5)                 Proper swim wear must be worn in the pool.  No cutoffs allowed due to the potential damage to pool filters.

6)                 Babies and untrained children must wear waterproof pants while in the pool.

7)                 No loud noise or unruly conduct allowed at any time. Radios must be played with consideration of other persons using the pool area.

8)                No pets, bicycles, skateboards, or metal objects (i.e., hairpins, coins) allowed in or around the pool area.

9)                 No pool floats larger than standard kickboards or pool toys of any sort allowed in the pool or spa.

10)             No glass objects, including bottles, allowed in or around the pool or spa at any time.

11)             Use of the pool while under the influence of alcohol, narcotics, drugs or medicines is prohibited.

12)             Gates to the pool area shall remain closed and locked at all times.

13)             Persons with skin disorders, communicable diseases, or open wounds are not allowed in the pool or spa.

14)             All trash, including cigarettes and cigars, must be placed in proper receptacles.

15)      Chasing, running, fighting or other "horseplay which is annoying or potentially dangerous to other persons is not allowed in the pool area. 


OCCUPANCY
 
1)         Occupancy is limited to, and not to exceed regulations published by the State Board of Health.
 
2)         No owner shall rent or lease a unit for a period of less than three months.
 
3)         In the event of a rental, the landlord will adhere to the following,
 
                        a.         Owners shall immediately supply the management company with their new address immediately upon change of occupancy.
 
                        b.         Supply the Association with information regarding the tenants.
 
                        c.         The tenant is bound by the items listed in the Rules and Regulations and the CC&R's as is an owner.
 
                        d.         The owner of a condominium shall provide a copy of the Rules and Regulations prior to tenant occupancy and include them into the lease agreement.
 
4)         Occupancy information submitted to the Association shall not be revealed by the management company to any third party except as may be required in the reasonable administration of Association affairs.
 
5)         Owners should understand that they are fully responsible to the Association for the conduct of their tenants, their tenants' guests, or the pets of their tenants or guests; and should therefore carefully evaluate prospective tenants' ability to accept and abide by these Rules and Regulations.
 
6)         Any costs incurred by the Association in enforcing any of its Rules and Regulations or the CC&R's will be assessed to the owner of the unit involved.
 
ENFORCEMENT
 
These Rules & Regulations may be enforced by the following adopted policy:
 
1st Offense - Verbal or written notice of violation will be issued to the party in violation.
 
2nd Offense -Certified notice of violation will be issued with notice of hearing and intent to fine.  Should party in violation be found guilty of violation to the Rules & Regulations, a reasonable fine of not more than $50.00 may be assessed.
 
3rd Offense - Certified notice of violation will be issued with a notice of hearing and intent to fine. Should the party be found guilty of continually violating the CC&R's/Rules and Regulations additional reasonable fines may be assessed.
 
SIGNS
 
Signs shall not be displayed in public view on any condominiums or on any portion of the property except:
 
1)         One (1) "For Sale" or "For Rent" sign per unit (provided the sign does not exceed three (3) square feet in size. The sign must be placed in a window.
 
2)         One (1) "Open House" sign may be placed at the entrance on Forest Ridge Drive and one -(1) "Open House" sign may be placed in front of the unit.
 
3)         A notice may be posted at the entrance for gate access.
 
GARAGE SALES
 
Garage sales shall not be held on any portion of the property except:
 
1)         Written permission by the Board of Directors.
 
2)          An "Association" garage sale can be held at the discretion of the Board of Directors.

 

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