Architectural Review and Approval Procedures

The Wyndchase Architectural Review Board must approve new construction, fences, out buildings and general construction improvements.  It is not intended to control the planting of trees, shrubbery or most other landscaping projects but does have the directive to address unsightly, unbecoming and nuisance property, maintenance, landscaping, and decoration, including damaged and derelict vehicles.

In addition, they are tasked with contacting the owners of property in unkempt conditions or needing lawn maintenance.  Predominately these are houses for sale or under foreclosure.  If a neighboring house needs yard work, advise your HOA board by emailing and we will see that it is addressed.

Should you wish to start a construction project, please complete the form, and email it to the HOA Board at  Please complete all the contact information so we can get back to you quickly if there are questions.  Drawings, plans, photos and other information should be attached to the request.  We will review the documentation provided, possibly contact you for additional information and then approve or reject the requested construction within the confines of the Covenants.

Click here for the form that is needed to document the requested construction or structural improvement.  This form will also document the approval, when granted, for your records and to support any questions regarding the construction to future HOA management.

It should be noted that construction may not be started prior to approval of the Wyndchase Architectural Review Board.  The Review Board normally take no more than 10 working days to issue a response.  Also, this approval does not waive any city or municipal codes and is not an approval in place of the building and city permits required.  It is solely to assure conformance to Wyndchase covenant regulations.

Here is a link to the City’s website so you can get more information on the City Codes and Building Permits,

If you have any questions, problems or need further information you may contact the Wyndchase Architectural Review Board via email at