Architectural Control Committee ( ACC )
The ACC or Architectural Control Committee duty is to preserve the attractive appearance of our community and ensure neighborhood integrity as well as property values of our homes.
Due to many VR requests this season we are adding guidelines.
** no structures in the front of the home allowed per CC&R's, see below
Paint is the most requested item for the ACC committee. A Variance Request must be completed and turned in to the board for approval. Below is a list of all original colors.
Acceptable colors are browns, tans and beiges for Trails 3.
Trails 4 had more of a variety of colors originally and is considered for approval.
All colors have to be cohesive with the neighborhood and original theme.
It's not required that you follow the colors below, but it should be helpful in your decision.
A list of the original colors is listed here: Dunn Edwards
14 Baja White 3 Portola Redwood
60 Navajo White 5 Briar
64 Antique Gold 26 Weathered Brown
5 Weathered Coral 79 Norfolk Brown
71 Misty 7 Mesa Tan
68 Stoneish Beige 9 Tawny
3 Cliff Brown 78 Autumn Leaf
63 Travertine 74 Cocoa
21 Spanish White Q8-59D Ozark Gray
Q14-19D Ocean Shadow
About every 2 - 3 years the ACC committee and board will schedule property inspections. By observation the committee will send out letter of items that need attention on the owners behalf. Mainly these items are: roof repair, house painted, landscape, fence replace or repair and garage door. There may be others as needed.
CC&R's Article V Section 1. reads:
No building, fence, wall or other structure shall be commenced, erected or maintained upon the lots, nor shall any exterior addition to or change or alteration therein, including patio covers, trellises, antennas, exterior color, major repairs and maintenance, be made until the plans and specifications showing the nature, kind, shape, height, materials and location of the same shall have been submitted to and approved in writing as to the harmony of external design and location in relation to surrounding structures and topography by the Architectural Committee.
The Trails at Scottsdale III / IV Homeowner Association