The Architecture Review Board (ARB) is accountable to the HOA Board of Directors which delegates the responsibility for reviewing all request for architectural changes proposed by residents of the community, interpret the architecture guidelines, approve/deny changes, and advise the Board of Directors on architectural covenant violations.
Members of the ARB: Jess Bliss, Tom Helfrich and Brad Alice. Contact information is in the Shearon Farms directory
Please see the links below to the guideline and application.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does the ARB review?
All applications for new construction and/or renovations to any single family residential property. Changes to the property include but not limited to: exterior paint color, additions, decking, basketball goals, children’s playsets, major landscape, etc. If you have any questions if your project requires ARB approval – please any member of the ARB or send and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do I need to submit to the ARB?
Applicants need to email or mail a completed SF ARB Application (and include all required documentation) to Architecture Review Board via email@example.com or mail to 9717 Corktree Ct. Verbal approval is not sufficient as all approvals must be in writing.
How long does it take to get approval?
The ARB meets as required. Owners generally receive a response to their request within ten days of submitting your paperwork. If no response is received within 45 days, applicant can assume project was approved.
Approved Exterior paint colors ?
The following links provide the list of approved colors. The paint numbers are Lowe’s Varspar (house) and Sherman Williams (door). You are not required to use these manufactures but the ARB Application needs to have the approved number. Other manufactures can color match these numbers. Be aware that these online paint colors will not exactly match the paint especially if you use a lower resolution display. You should use the online paint colors to give you a general idea but go to the paint store to get their samples.