Guidelines for Changes or Repairs to Recreational Items and Other Changes:
Please use these guidelines for replacing or repairing one of these items on your property. Any time you alter or change the existing condition in any way, it requires a design review application. Provided that you make these changes for repair or maintenance, then a DRA is not required. The following shall assist Homeowners in the design and placement of recreational equipment.
*The information is intended to offer guidance; final location and design approval shall be obtained from the Community Architect.
Temporary Play Equipment:
There are no restrictions on the installation of temporary recreation and play equipment, so long as such items are located in a rear yard and not visible from a street, other than an alley.
Some examples of temporary play equipment include:
- wading pools
- badminton nets
- lawn games;
- and other equipment intended for temporary use
Installation of such items in other than a rear yard or where such equipment would be visible from a street (other than an alley), as well as the installation of permanent or semi-permanent recreation and play equipment (such as jungle gyms, swing sets, basketball backboards and the like), constitute a non-routine change which requires application to and approval by the Community Architect and the King Farm Architectural Design Trust.
Only in-ground pools are permitted and must be located in a rear yard. All swimming pools are non-routine changes requiring application to and approval by the Community Architect and the ADT.