Guidelines for General Construction in Carriage Park
Architectural Review Process - Introduction
The Carriage Park Architectural Review Committee (CPARC) is a standing committee of the Carriage Park Homeowners Association. It consists of three members, one of which serves as chair. The board will appoint a liaison to the committee. The committee serves as the point of
contact for all new and remodeling projects in Carriage Park. Individual requests will be processed in the following manner:
1) Is the request for new construction?
If yes, client will be directed to new construction forms and advised to review Neighborhood Construction Guidelines. Applying through CPARC, Client will be directed to communicate directly with Baldwin Real Estate, Inc.. There is a $2,000 review fee for this service payable to Cool Creek LLC. Upon final review by Cool Creek, LLC, the applicant will be directed to CPARC for collection of Impact fee and issuance of Carriage Park Building Permit. CPARC will monitor construction going forward and upon completion of the house and landscape, issue ARC completion form.
2) Is the request for modification to an existing home?
If yes and greater than $20,000 in estimated cost, resident will be directed to existing structure modification forms and be advised to follow the Neighborhood Construction Guidelines. Applying through CPARC, Client will be directed to communicate with Baldwin Real Estate, Inc. There is a $1,000 review fee for this service payable to Cool Creek LLC. If yes and less than $20,000 in cost, resident will be asked to supply the CPARC with details of the modifications (what is being proposed, materials, colors, etc.). If client lives in a Town Home Community, information will be forwarded to the Neighborhood Committee for Neighborhood approval/disapproval and recommendation before being acted on by CPARC. If none of above apply, CPARC will approve/disapprove by committee vote.
3) CPARC will answer all other communication as information only inquiries.