Frequently Asked Questions

As anoth­er elec­tion approach­es, may I sup­port my can­di­date with post­ing a cam­paign sign in my yard?

Yes, how­ev­er all signs must be locat­ed in close prox­im­i­ty to your home — between the front walk­way and your home, i.e., the flower bed area. None shall be locat­ed in the front lawn area, or oth­er islands (ref­er­ence 7.3 “Signs”, under your pro­tec­tive con­venants).

For my upcom­ing yard sale, where can I place signs to adver­tise for it?

These type of signs can be placed in the neigh­bor­hood (not attached to the street signs through­out our streets), begin­ning the morn­ing of the sale and tak­en down at the end of the day. In addi­tion, these signs must be pre-print­ed (from Home Depot, Lowe’s, etc.). NO signs of any type will be attached to the exist­ing street signs.

I have received a few let­ters from the Covenants’ Committee, address­ing cer­tain things around my home. I feel as if my home is fine, and that I’m being picked on. What can I do?

First, and fore­most, this neigh­bor­hood has an active home­own­ers’ asso­ci­a­tion — one that strives to keep the neigh­bor­hood look­ing its best. The Covenants’ Committee is work­ing hard at ensur­ing every­one is in com­pli­ance with our rules and reg­u­la­tions, not just a few homes. We want to keep the val­ue of our homes as high as it could be, which requires a lot of work on ALL of our behalfs.

However, you as a home­own­er do have an appeals’ right, against any fine levied against you (ref­er­ence 3.21 of the Brookstone Park Bylaws). This will allow you to present your case to the Board in Executive Session.