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Guidelines

The Homeowners Association Rules and Guidelines are designed to keep the neighborhood safe and enjoyable for all residents. All that we want is a Shady Lane. The following list contains regulations that should be followed by all homeowners:

1) All exterior paint and landscaping must be approved by the board of directors;

2) No alterations or additions may be made to the exterior of the home without prior HOA Board approval;

3) Pets must be kept on a leash shorter than 8 feet when outside;

4) No loud noise after 8:30 pm;

5) Trucks must be parked in garage and are not allowed to be visible from the street;

6) Sidewalk Chalk is prohibited;

7) Lawns must be watered regularly out of BPA-free containers;

8) No signs, banners, or flags may be displayed without prior HOA Board approval;

9) No open burning without prior HOA Board approval;

10) No fences may be erected without prior HOA Board approval.

11) All trash must be disposed of properly in trash bags no larger than 15 gallon;

12) Pool noodles are only allowed in the pool when used for flotations devices. Pool noodles may not be shared between people;

13) Music with explicit lyrics may not be played outdoors;
14) No outside pets allowed in the community;
15) Overnight guests are not allowed to park on the street;
16) Smoking is strictly prohibited from being seen from the street. Any members who are documented to be smoking in view from the street will be fined accordingly;

17) Seances, rituals, pentagram imagery, warlocks, and Ouija boards are not allowed in the community without HOA Board approval. 
18) No planting of trees or shrubs without prior permission;
19) The park is open from Dusk to Dawn;

20) No visible signs of vandalism;
21) All exterior lights must be turned off by 11pm;

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Penalties

If you are a member of a Homeowners Association (HOA), it is important to understand the penalties and fees associated with not following the rules. If you do not follow the rules of the HOA, you may be subject to a fine. Failure to pay these fines can lead to severe legal consequences such as suspension of your privileges as a member, additional fines, or even legal action. It is important to stay up to date on all rules and regulations set by the HOA to avoid penalties and fees.

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