Windy Hill Farms Homeowners Association
UPCOMING EVENTS — Clubhouse: Board Meeting 6:30PM, Tuesday, 11/05/19      «»    
WHF Architectural Control Standards

Standards To Date

07/2016 - For roofing, the committee has defined the following standard. Homes in WHF that require roof repair or replacement for any reason must use one of the following approved shingles. The shingles must be at least 25/30 year durability.

WHF HOA Approved Shingles
MFG Style Color
GAF Timberline HD Weathered Wood
Owens Corning TruDefinition Duration Driftwood
Tamako Heritage Classic Weathered Wood
Armor Shield II   Weathered Wood

The ACC is NOT restricting the vendor in any way. Some shade differences will exist but as long as the homeowner can prove the roof meets this standard, no action will be taken by the HOA. Under these guidelines homeowners are NOT required to submit an ACC Change Request Form; however, they MUST follow all City of Murphy building codes; i.e., a building permit is required in most cases and all required inspections must pass.

12/2005 - No carports of any material will be allowed that directly attatch to the garage or are adjacent to the entrance of the garage of any residence. Structures that are considered “patio covers” that cover driveway extensions must be approved on a per site basis and must conform to the patio cover standard below. All City of Murphy building codes must be followed; i.e., a building permit is required in most cases and all required inspections must pass.

06/2005 - All patio covers must be constructed of Cedar materials. No metal patio covers are allowed. The roofing materials must conform to the WHF Roofing standard unless otherwise approved as in some cases due to residence architecture metal roofs on patio covers will be allowed. All City of Murphy building codes must be followed; i.e., a building permit is required in most cases and all required inspections must pass.

09/2004 - No “Stand-Alone” flagpoles of any kind will be approved for front or side yard use. Standard “House or Fence” flagpole mounting kits will not need an ACC request form.

08/2003 - For fencing, the committee has defined the following standard. Homes in WHF that require fence repair or replacement for any reason must replace the current fence with one like the old fence; i.e., if a homeowner has a 6 foot fence, they can replace the fence with another 6 foot fence of the same caliber without submitting an ACC Change Request Form. If a homeowner currently has a 6 foot fence and wishes to install an 8 foot fence, then an ACC Change Request Form, along with all the other supporting documentation (See the special note at the end of the standards listing), must be submitted before the project begins. As always every homeowner MUST follow all City of Murphy building codes; i.e., a building permit is required in most cases and all required inspections must pass.

Special Note: When submitting an ACC Request form, please be sure to include a Survey (provided at closing) which details the location, size, a bill of materials, any pertinent specifications, pictures, drawings or any other pertinent document related to a given project. Also please include only ONE project per request form.

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NEW POOL CARD DISTRIBUTION

The Association has recently upgraded the pool access system, and 2018 pool cards held by homeowners are not operational. One new pool card will be issued to each home free of charge.

You can request a pool card through the Spectrum website. You may need to register for an account through www.spectrumam.com if you have not already. Once you are signed into the Spectrumam website, there is a drop down at the top that says amenities, click on pool, then scroll down and click sign waiver. This will take you to a website where you can fill out the online pool waiver after selecting the proper drop downs to identify that you are wanting a pool card. Check the “purchase new device” bubble. You will not need to pay if you have not yet received your card. Your filled out waiver will be sent to our administrator and they will get a card mailed to you. There is a 2 card per household limit. The second card is $10.


2019 Board Meetings

November 5