Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs)
The fundamental purpose of the Wilderness Ranch Owners Association’s (WROA's) covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC&Rs) is to provide a basis for protecting members’ equity in the community and to provide the framework within which people can live in harmony in a group situation.
Automatic and mandatory homeowners associations are part of an overall concept of residential property ownership. Purchase of your home or lot brings with it membership in the WROA, which provides the structure for operation and management of the residential community concept. Membership includes certain mandatory obligations, financial responsibilities, and rules of the Association. By purchasing in this association, you’ve agreed to abide by its pre-established guidelines.
We live close to our neighbors, share common facilities, and voluntarily sacrifice certain freedoms, all for the cause of protecting communal property values and reducing nuisances. Reasonable restrictions, consistently enforced over time, will preserve the net value of the community and maintain a high quality of life for residents.
Your Board of Directors has the following responsibilities:
- To manage common areas of the Association
- To manage property interests of homeowners
- To provide services for homeowners
- To develop a sense of community through volunteerism
Homeowners have two responsibilities: one to themselves and to their individually owned property, and one to the Association and community concept. Apathy by individual members can render our Association ineffective and marginalize our community. To maintain the quality of life that accompanies a well-maintained residential community, each individual member must do his or her part. The success of our Association depends on how well each member meets and keeps the responsibilities that are established by the covenants creating this community.
Your Board of Directors has developed a Corrective Action Policy for resolving complaints about CC&R violations. In keeping with the spirit of community, resolution of such complaints starts with you. If you have a problem with your neighbor, talk to them. Experience has shown us that most issues can be resolved by simply letting your neighbor know there is a problem. If that doesn’t work, file a formal written complaint and submit it to the Architectural Control Committee.
Bylaws and Articles of Incorporation
to view WROA's Articles of Incorporation
Policies & Procedures