Wilderness Ranch
Architectural Control
WROA Architectural Control Committee
Send an email to the Architectural Control Committee
 
Committee Members
Regina Pearson
Brandon Ashey
Randy Baxter
Geoff Prussia, Board Liaison
Seann Smith, Board Liaison
 
 
ACC Meeting Agendas
Apr 6, 2023 Agenda
May 4, 2023 Agenda
June 1, 2023 Agenda
July 6, 2023 Agenda
August 3, 2023 Agenda
October 5, 2023 Agenda
November 2, 2023 Agenda
December 7, 2023 Agenda
February 1, 2024 Agenda
March 7, 2024 Agenda
April 4, 2024 Agenda
 
ACC Meeting Minutes
January 2023 Meeting Minutes
February 2023 Meeting Minutes
March 2023 Meeting Minutes
April 2023 Meeting Minutes
May 2023 Meeting Minutes
June 2023 Meeting Minutes
July 2023 Meeting Minutes
August 2023 Meeting Minutes
September 2023 - No Meeting
October 2023 Meeting Minutes
November 2023 Meeting Minutes
December 2023 Meeting Minutes
January 2024 - No Meeting
February 2024 Meeting Minutes
March 2024 Meeting Minutes
 
ACC Compliance Procedures
The architectural control committee members are appointed by the WROA Board of Directors. They serve one-year terms and work to ensure compliance with WROA Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CCRs) for all construction and remodeling projects. 
 
The CC&Rs require that property owners submit for approval all projects on the exterior of their homes and property. This includes construction of new homes, garages, fences, dog runs, storage sheds, barns, outbuildings, and decks, as well as any exterior remodeling and painting/staining (including re-painting and re-staining) of buildings, fences, etc.
 
Please understand that the ACC must have your application in writing in order to keep proper records. Receiving applications after the project has already started puts stress and strain on everyone involved, including the homeowner and contractors, especially when there are CC&R violations. Project plans must be included in your application and should be submitted not less than one (1) month (30 days) in advance of the anticipated project start date. Incomplete applications may result in construction delays. 
 
Typical non-compliance projects have involved erecting a wire fence or painting a house, garage door, or other structure white or another non-compliant color. If an owner has completed an out-of-compliance project or some other project without prior written approval of the ACC, the ACC or the WROA Board of Directors may take legal action requiring the property owner to bring the project into compliance. Also, be aware that the property owner is responsible for correcting any changes in natural drainage patterns that affect other owners or Association property.
 
If you have a construction project planned, you need to fill out an ACC Project Submission Form (PDF below). Your neighbors will thank you.
 
Documents & Forms
ACC Project Submission Form
CC&R Guidelines and Explanations
Corrective Action Policy
CC&R Complaint Form
Architectural Control Committee Responsibilities