Architectural and Design Review
Always check with your Owner’s Association before modifying the exterior of your home or lot
Design Review Board
Virtually all subdivision deed restrictions and condominium documents provide for the review of proposed Improvements by a Design Review Board (sometimes called an “Architectural Review Committee” or other comparable name). The Design Review Board has the authority to impose standards for the various types of Improvements that can be constructed. The following standards apply in MOST single-family subdivisions managed by Omni. Condominium standards are too varied to summarize efficiently, so please refer to your Declaration of Condominium or contact Omni to discuss any plans you have for improvements at your condominium.
Please Note: Community Specific StandardsPlease refer to your CaliberWeb account for your community specific documentation which may be in addition to the information below.
General Architectural Standards
Other Improvement Standards
Below are general guidelines for Community Associations. For your Association’s specific Design Review and Architectural Standards, log into your CaliberWeb account
Desired lighting, if any, must be fully detailed in the application. The light must be shielded so that there is no light shining directly toward the street or adjacent properties. No such light may exceed 70-watts.
Approved canvas roof(s) and flags must be maintained in good condition and must be cleaned, or repaired or replaced on an annual basis so as to retain a ‘new’ or ‘near new’ appearance. In some subdivisions, shingled roofs may be required in lieu of canvas roofs.
Pool equipment must be screened from view from adjacent properties by structural screening, landscaping or a combination of both. Pool houses would be considered as a shed or other outbuilding, and may or may not be permitted.
No lighting of a court will be approved.
The maximum approvable size of a basketball court is approximately 30′ x 25′ and a smaller area may be required based on a lot by lot review by the Design Review Board.