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Architectural Control Committee Standards

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Westfield Woods Community Association Construction Approval Process

Westfield Woods Community Association Construction Approval Process
The information attached below will help guide you through the process of applying for and receiving approval to construct a
fence, pool or anything else requiring Covenants and Restrictions approval with Westfield Woods Association. We generally
only approve fences four feet high. Some exceptions may be granted. You can review the Covenants and Restrictions on this web site.

  • All excavated material from this project that is not used on your property must be removed from said property and
    must not be deposited on any common property of Westfield Woods Subdivision.

  •  The entire construction area, except the fence construction area, must be protected with an erosion and construction
    barrier control fence.

  • If at any time during construction or after completion of the project, you want to make any modifications to the
    approved project, you must submit those changes to the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) for approval.


The City of Dardenne Prairie also requires approval for all construction projects including pools and fences. Some of the
items that the City of Dardenne Prairie requires have been included below, but you must check with the city for the most
updated information at http://www.dardenneprairie.org/ or you may contact them at (636) 561-1718.  The City requires HOA approval before they will grant approval and a permit so be sure to submit your request to the Architectural Control Committee first.

Chris Howerton
President, Westfield Woods Community Association

ARTICLE VI � Architectural Control Committee (ACC)


Section 3. Submittals to Architectural Control Committee:


The following shall be the minimum requirements for review by the Architectural Control Committee:

  1.  New house plans; house additions:

  1. Two full sets of architectural plans;

  2. Color sheet describing materials and colors for shingles, brick, trim, siding, etc.;

  3. Plot plan showing lot, house, and major improvements; and

  4. Other information as may be deemed necessary


  1. Decks, walls, pools, fences, other improvements:

  1. Two sets of drawings of proposed improvements drawn to scale;

  2. Color sheet;

  3. Plot plan; and

  4. Other information as may be deemed necessary.

If the ACC requires additional information, the thirty (30) day period specified in Section 1 above shall not apply.
The thirty (30) day period will start at the date of submittal of the additional information.

ARTICLE VII Use Restrictions, Section 1

  1. Grades

Within any slope control area established by the Developer, no structure, planting, or other materials shall be placed
or permitted to remain, nor shall any activity be undertaken, which may damage or interfere with established slope
ratios, create erosion or sliding problems, or obstruct or retard the flow of water through drainage channels. The
slop control areas of each lot or other parcel and all improvements in

  1. Fences: (Amendment 6, February 21, 2006)

No fence or wall of any kind shall be erected, begun or permitted to remain upon any portion of the Properties
unless approved by the Architectural Control Committee subject to the following guidelines:

  1. Fence Materials Composition:

  1. Aluminum (wrought iron look).

  2. Vinyl.

  1. Fence Styles: Picket Non Privacy 50% open with up to 2 inch open spacing with maximum 4 inch slat.

  1. Maintenance: All fences must be cleaned at least every 2 years and breakage promptly replaced or repaired. If
    lumber is used then all rot and warping be promptly replaced and the fence must also be stained or painted at
    least every 2 years.

  1. Utility Easements:

Easements for installation and maintenance of utilities and drainage facilities are shown on the recorded plats. Such
easements shall include the right of ingress and egress for construction, installation and maintenance purposes.
Adjoining said easements the Developer reserves construction easements of sufficient width to install the utilities.
Within these easements, no structure, planting or other material shall be placed or permitted to remain which may
damage any structure installed in accordance with said easement, or interfere with the installation and maintenance
of utilities, or which may change the direction of the flow of drainage in the easements, or which may obstruct or
retard the flow of water through drainage channels in the easements. The easement area of each Lot shall be
maintained continuously by the Owner of the Lot.

  1. Building Materials:

No building materials will be buried within the subdivision. All trash will be hauled off site and disposed of in
proper disposal facilities.

 

Dardenne Prairie Ordinance
(please check their web site for the most updated information at http://www.dardenneprairie.org/
(These conditions are extracted from the City of Dardenne Prairie Zoning Ordinance No. 516, Revised by
Ordinance 542 on 12/20/2001)

Section 2.02 DEFINITIONS:


Yard, Front: A yard across the full width of the lot extending from the front foundation line of the main
building to the right-of-way of the street providing access to the lot. In the case of corner lots and through
lots, the front yard requirement shall apply to the side and rear (respectively) of the main structure.

Section 13.03 YARD AND SETBACK EXCEPTIONS:

f.  Sight Triangle: On a corner lot in any district, nothing shall be erected, placed, planted, or allowed to
grow in such a manner as to materially impede vision in a triangle delineated by the right of way lines
of the intersecting streets and a line connecting points on those right of way lines 25 feet from the
intersecting point of the right of way lines or at equivalent points on private streets, except that the sight
triangle may be increased for safety by the Board of Aldermen.

i.   Fences: Fences shall be allowed in rear and side yards, but not in front yards unless on property zoned
R1-A. Fences shall be under six feet, three inches in height unless approved as security or screen
fencing and specifically permitted by the Board of Aldermen as part of a conditional use, site plan or
planned unit development approval. Fences intended to provide required screening shall be privacy
type, not chain link with vinyl strips. No barbed-wire fencing shall be allowed, except for livestock
fences on land zoned R1-A. Use of barbed-wire for security purposes is allowed if over six feet from
the ground and installed oat the top of other fencing approved by the Board of Aldermen.[Rev. 12-20-
01, Ord. No. 542]

Section 17.05 TRANSITION STRIP REQUIREMENTS:

b.  Transition Strip Requirements:

3.   Sight Triangle Exception: On a corner lot in any district no planting, berm, fence, sign, or wall shall be
placed in such a manner as to impede vision within the twenty-five (25) foot sight triangle as defined in
Section 13.03 f. of this Ordinance.

 

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