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Architectural Review

Maintaining the standards for our subdivision

Planning updates to your home or property?  You have come to the right place!

This note is a reminder that BEFORE you start exterior home or landscape improvements, approval is required by the subdivision’s Architectural Review Committee. This requirement, as outlined in the subdivision Covenants and Restrictions, ensures that our neighborhood maintains its appearance and value. Section VI of the Covenants reads in part:

"No improvement shall be erected, placed, installed, constructed, reconstructed or maintained on any lot, nor shall any exterior addition to, or change in, or alteration of the exterior appearance of any improvement, or any change in landscaping, be made until plans and specifications showing the kind, size, shape, height, colors, materials, topography, and location of each improvement on the lot shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the committee."

This means that any exterior change such as a swimming pool, roof on your house, deck, patio, etc. should be submitted in writing to the committee for approval. The reason for this rule is to ensure that every house meets the specifications intended for our subdivision in order to maintain the look and quality that we desire as a community.

For your convenience, there are two ways to fill out and send your Application for Project Review form:

  1. Download the fill-in-the-blank Word document, fill it out, save it and e-mail it as an attachment to the Architectural Review Committee  

  2.  Download the .pdf file, print it, fill it out and mail it to:

Architectural Review Committee
PO Box 871463
Canton, MI 48187

You can be assured that the architectural review committee will review your application in a timely fashion.
If you have any questions about the potential need for approval, just email the committee (

It is the sole function of this committee to ensure that our neighborhood adheres to the high appearance standards outlined in our subdivision’s Covenants & Restrictions.  We are here to serve you.

Thanks for your compliance in advance,

Architectural Review Committee

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