Report Violation

§3.6-§3.7 The following general guidelines shall apply to all Lots located within Sonoma Lakes (“the Addition”): 3.24 Enforcement. The Association shall have the power, as provided in the Declaration, to impose sanctions for any violations of any duty imposed under Sonoma Lakes Homeowners Association Governing Documents. Fill out this form to report a violation. Following an investigation, the responsible party shall be given an opportunity to resolve the violation. If the violation persists, the responsible party shall be liable in accordance with the Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions in addition to the Bylaws of the Sonoma Lakes Homeowners Association.

Complete the following form to report a violation. Your report will remain anonymous. Once a violation is confirmed, the homeowner will be notified by certified letter with an opportunity to correct the issue. If the Board will not notify you unless further information regarding your reported violation is required.

Violation / Complaint Information

No car, truck, trailer, recreational vehicle, camper, van, water craft, motorized cart, four-wheeler, all-terrain vehicle, tractor, mobile home or any form of motorized transportation or conveyance (collectively “Vehicle”), and no tent, or temporary structure of any nature whatsoever shall ever be temporarily or permanently parked, located or otherwise maintained forward of the front building limit or set-back line on each Lot as same is shown on the recorded plat of the Addition. All Vehicles must be parked on concrete. No Vehicles may be parked or stored on the street.
No animals, livestock, or poultry of any kind shall be raised, bred, or kept on any Lot, except that dogs, cats or other common household pets may be kept provided that they are not kept, bred or maintained for any commercial purpose, and provided further that any such pet is not known to be vicious, dangerous, or known to be a threat to injure people or other household pets. All pets must be restrained within boundaries of Owner’s Lot unless accompanied by Owner.
Concerning architecture or related items. No building material of any kind or character shall be placed upon the Lot until the Owner is ready to commence improvements, and then such material shall be placed within the property lines of the Lot upon which the improvements are to be erected, and shall not be placed in the streets or easements. The Architectural Committee shall approve all exterior brick, roofing, or other building materials, including but not limited to colors, designs, patterns and related aesthetic concerns. Mailboxes shall be constructed with materials made of brick, drivet, stucco or stone or acceptable combinations thereof The construction of any mailbox and the materials used thereof, shall be consistent with materials used to construct the Structure. The Owner shall at all times maintain the Lot in good appearance, keeping the Lot mowed and free of trash and debris, regardless of whether or not construction has begun, construction is in progress, or if construction is completed. All yards must be maintained all the way to the road. All outbuildings or storage sheds must be approved before being placed on the lot. All site built outbuildings must be approved by the City of Moore and the Architectural Committee. The Owner of a Lot shall have one (1) year from the date of purchasing the Lot to begin construction. Once construction upon a Lot is started, the Owner shall have twelve (12) months to complete the construction process. If the Owner of the Lot: (i) fails to start construction within one (1) year of purchasing the Lot, and/or (ii) fails to complete construction within twelve (12) months after construction first begins, and if either or both such failures are without reasonable cause, the Association will have the authority to levy a fine not to exceed twenty-five dollars ($25.00) per· day for each day beyond the appropriate limit or deadline(s).
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