Occasionally, foliage on a property will interfere with the view from a neighboring homes. In these instances, we encourage the homeowner’s to try to resolve the matter between themselves. If this is not possible, the T-R-I-M method should be followed:
To resolve landscape issues utilize the T-R-I-M method.
T – Talk
Talk to your neighbor about trimming their tree or landscaping. We find that neighborly communication solves most issues.
R – Report
Report any issues that you cannot resolve with your neighbor to the Landscape Committee. Include photos and copies of correspondence with your report to assist the committee.
I – Investigate
The committee will meet with the affected neighbors and investigate your report to determine whether a violation exists.
M – Mediate
If a violation is found the Landscape Committee will mediate between you and your neighbor to correct the violation or provide a binding position that may be enforced by the parties.