Architectural Control Committee (ACC)

Highland Park
Neighborhood Association, Inc
3578 Hartsel Dr. E 324
Colorado Springs, CO 80920

CALL OR EMAIL WITH QUESTIONS ON SUBMITTALS All paper plans and actuals samples (roofing, brochures) will be returned after project is complete.

ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE
Read “Documents Links” and the “Checklist” for a complete submission.

An important function of the HPA is to review and approve architectural submissions. Ensuring that construction complies with
the covenants is a major factor in maintaining property values.

Committee Members:
Neal Eby
Tel:  719-358-1000 cell    Email:  
nealeby@highlandpark-colorado.com

David Ellis
Tel: 719-                           Email: 
davidellis@highlandpark-colorado.com

Brian Landis                     Email:  brianlandis@highlandpark-colorado.com
Tel: 719-338-0890 cell

DUE TO SPAM, EMAIL ADDRESSES ARE NOT A LINK.  PLEASE JUST TYPE THE ADDRESSES INTO YOUR EMAIL. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.  THANK YOU!!

Hand Delivery of Plans:
Call any ACC Member to coordinate delivery of request. The Architectural Committee has up to 30 days to review complete submissions, but usually makes a decision in less time.

Helpful Documents Links:

Architectural Design and Requirements (Para. 9 Covenants)
Landscape Reference Policy
Energy Device Policy

Following is a CHECKLIST for architectural submissions:

1.  Fully completed ACC Submittal Form. Submit electronically to any one of the ACC members. Note to Owners:  You can edit the ACC Submittal Form form with using an online .pdf editing program such as pdfescape.com, pdfbob.com or Libre Office Draw . 

Link to:  ACC Submittal Form

2. Scaled site plan drawing showing location of all present and proposed structures or improvements (buildings, fences, play sets,  landscaped areas, etc.). Submit one paper plan and an electronic copy.  If on a large piece of paper, do not give us portions. 

Go to a document scanner at Fedex copy center (for example) to copy to a file or to 8.5 x 11 size that can be scanned on home equipment.  If the request is for a home or detached garage or fencing, the proposed location of the structure must be staked out on the lot.     In the case of submitting a landscape plan, the site plan should show the proposed landscape plan relative to other structures.  If a home is being proposed, the site plan should show the driveway location, proposed surface (asphalt or concrete), culvert size (with flared ends) and proposed culvert headwall treatment.

3.  A set of scaled architectural drawings (blueprints) with plan, elevations, and construction details. This is for new home construction,  additions, and detached buildings.  Submit one paper set of plans and one electronic set.

Include:
# Roofing sample or brochure showing type of shingle and color
# Paint chip-body color
# Paint chip-trim color
# Exterior material samples (brick, stucco, stone, siding, etc.). Note: approximately 25% of the front of the house must have stone, brick or stucco (some masonry material that is different from the rest of the exterior–no all stucco homes).  

4.  Application fee of $200.00 required for new homes.
Fee schedule for smaller submittals will be published when ready.  

                                                      ALL documents, including plans, are to be submitted electronically.