River Run Homeowners Association

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Congratulations on the purchase of your new home! As a new homeowner, we would like to provide you with some information concerning the Homeowner's Association. Hopefully, this will answer some of the basic questions you might have.

The Homeowner's Association was established as a vehicle to maintain the common areas of the subdivision which may include: entryways, lakes, parks etc. It is a non-profit corporation owned by all the homeowners. At the time you purchase your home, you accept the Covenants of the Association and agree to abide by them, which would include payment of the annual assessment. The association is governed by the Declaration of Covenants and Conditions and Restrictions filed with the Recorder's office. We suggest that you take sometime to become familiar with the covenants which are for your benefit.

As the Covenants require, the homeowners control and maintain the Association.
Dues are collected at the time of closing, prorated through the end of the year, and then
billed on an annual basis. This payment is separate from your mortgage payment.

The assessment that is paid annually is collected from the day the first lot closes. The
dues that are collected pay for expenses such as:

* Mowing
* Fertilization
* Mulch, flowers, entryway maintenance
* Utilities -for entryway lighting, street lighting, and irrigation (where applicable).
* Lake treatments. (algae control).
* Property taxes on Common Area.
* Liability insurance on Common Area.

Some items not covered by your Homeowners Association Dues are :

* Curbside, personal trash collection.
* Snow removal from driveways and sidewalks
* Private Police patrols

During the development period, the Developer has control over any type of architectural
improvements or changes (i.e. fences, out buildings, mini-barns, gardens, etc.). If you
want to make those types of improvements, you need to make a request using the
Architectural Control Form detailing the type of improvement, size, materials to be used, and diagram of the location on your property. Please send your request to the address indicated and we will process it accordingly.

Please be advised that the builder or sales people are not in a position to authorize these
types of improvements, just as the directors cannot assist with any type of builder issue.

Common areas are established to benefit every homeowner, regardless if you have adjoining property to them.

Below are more items you should be aware of:

When lawn crews are in the area, please keep your children away in order to avoid any problems or accidents.

Please do not throw things into the common area such as rocks, trash or grass clippings which the association will have to pay to remove.

Vehicles parked on the street : if this presents a problem, the HOA has no authority to have it removed, the streets are public. If it is a traffic hazard, the police should be notified, and have it ticketed or towed. If you are parking on the street, please beware that this could happen.

We do urge you to take the time to read the Covenants and Restrictions along with the Architectural Control Form.


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