|you didn’t have an active homeowner’s association?
If you’ve noticed that Woodgate is not cluttered with unused and junk vehicles, broken garage doors, weeds, debris, holes in siding, falling down fences, trash, etc., it’s not by mere coincidence. Your Homeowners Association is responsible for correcting many of these kind of covenant and code violations in Woodgate. Many neighborhoods in Aurora have Protective Covenants but no HOA to enforce them, and it shows. Without an Association, it is up to individual homeowners to take action, which rarely happens because neighbors don’t like to make complaints against neighbors. Can you imagine what Woodgate would look like if it didn’t have an active HOA? Perhaps you moved into Woodgate because of its kept appearance. It is imperative that we maintain Woodgate’s appeal and property values and continue with the Homeowner’s Association*. We can’t do it without your support however.
*The Woodgate Single Family Homeowners Association has authority to enforce covenants for homes built by Wood Bros. Filings 1-4. Richmond built homes and townhomes have mandatory dues and paid management to enforce covenants. The Woodgate Single Family HOA welcomes all Woodgate dues paying members (including Richmond Single Family and Townhomes) to participate in events sponsored and paid for by the Association.
This page contains links to the complete Woodgate Covenants. Keep in mind there are different sets of covenants for different filings in Woodgate.
Woodgate Filings 1,2,3 or 4 (Single Family Homes built by Wood Bros. in the 1980s, Élan and Executive Series). Covenants for all four of these filings are virtually the same.
Subset of Aurora Zoning Codes
Car parts may not be stored outside. Inoperative or unlicensed vehicles (boats, campers, RV’s etc.) may NOT be on public streets. Inoperative or wrecked vehicles may NOT be stored outdoors. Vehicles for sale may NOT be parked on public property except if in front of the owner’s house.
NO Parking of vehicles (boats, campers, RV’s etc.) on landscape or lawn. Paved surfaces must be cement or asphalt (gravel not permitted). All parking surfaces must be free of dirt, litter and weeds.
TRASH ACCUMULATION AND STORAGE
Weekly trash may be stored in rear or side yard only, in approved containers not visible from the street. No dumping on public or private property. Litter, trash, and salvage may not be stored outdoors. Trash may NOT be placed in front of house prior to 24 hours before pick-up.
All fences must be maintained in good structural condition including pickets.
All structures and accessory structures must be maintained in a state of good repair, weather tight and painted.
Within 24 hours after a snow fall ends, snow must be removed from all city sidewalks adjacent to your property, including snow on sidewalks outside rear and side fences. FINE: $10/day ~ single family homes; $20/day ~ all others.
Before you start to celebrate the 4th of July or the New Year by setting off fireworks, you should be aware the Aurora City Council recently passed a law imposing a mandatory minimum $250 fine on anyone caught with illegal fireworks. The minimum fine could be lowered for juveniles who complete a fire safety class, but only if they have not caused injury to others or property damage. The fine could be as much as $1,000 for fireworks that explode or leave the ground, because those items also violate state law. This past 4th of July, the excessive fireworks not only disturbed many people and pets but also left debris scattered throughout the neighborhood. Any type of firework combined with our current dry warm weather or wood shake roofs is extremely dangerous. Please think twice before getting yourself a fine or worse, causing property damage.
(Richmond Homes built homes and townhomes have their own covenants, enforced by Colorado Property Management Group (303-671-6402, X27 or email@example.com).
STORAGE OF BOATS, CAMPERS, TRAILERS, ETC.
No vehicle, boats, campers, trailers, etc. shall be stored or permitted to remain for more than five (5) continuous days on any lot, or on the street in front of any lot, except within enclosed garages or in completely secured from vision area, in the rear and/or side yard of the property. See City Code.
RADIO AND TV ANTENNAS
Radio and TV aerials shall not exceed eight (8) feet higher than the ridge of any structure and shall be attached to said structure.
No signs of any kind shall be displayed to the public view on any site except one professional sign of not more than one (1) square foot or one sign of not more than (5) square feet advertising the property for sale or rent.
No structure of a temporary character, trailer, basement, tent, shack, garage, barn or other building shall be used on any site at any time as residence, either temporary or permanently.
SIGHT DISTANCE AT INTERSECTIONS
No fence, wall hedge or shrub planting shall be placed or permitted to remain on any corner site except in conformity with the applicable resolutions, regulation, and restriction of the city and county board and agencies of the County of Arapahoe, State of Colorado, nor shall any tree be permitted to remain within such areas unless foliage line is maintained at sufficient height to prevent obstruction of sight lines.