The Community Guidelines can be found at www.pcva.org under Documents then Governing Documents. They are listed as “PCVA Community Guidelines (Adopted July 20, 2016) at the beginning of the page.
All exterior color changes, including repaints in existing color scheme, must be approved by the Modifications Committee before paint application. Please refer to Section 2.1 of the Community Guidelines for further information.
Paint Sample – visit http://www.pcva.org/submit-a-design-review-request.html to see an excellent example of what the modification committee is requesting from the homeowner when they are requesting to repaint their house.
Residents shall park all vehicles in their garage or in their driveway. When a resident's garage and driveway are full, then and only then, can residents park on the street in front of their home. Any vehicle that is not in road-worthy condition must be stored inside a resident's garage or off Pine Creek property. Recreational and commercial vehicles shall be parked in a garage or off-site. Please refer to Section 3.3 of the Community Guidelines for further information on parking.
2.1 HOUSE REPAINTING
Changes to the exterior color of a residence or accessory structure can be selected from the original exterior color palettes specific for that style home and neighborhoods. The original architectural scheme(s) is available for most homes and owners can call to make an appointment with the PCVA Management Office. Paint colors must be applied utilizing the approved color-blocking scheme for the house. All exterior color changes, including repaints in existing color scheme, must be approved by the MC before paint application. Colors must be named and labeled and photos must be provided of your home, the adjacent homes on each side, and the home(s) across the street. Individual garage door repaint or replacement will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
2.1.1 HOUSES WITH PAINTABLE SIDING
In addition to the Design Review Request (DRR) submittal, a 4’x4’ labeled color sample of the color scheme must be painted on an accessible area in the front of the residence or on plywood to be placed in front of the residence where accessible. The sample board must be available at the residence by the noon deadline the Friday prior to the meeting.
2.1.2 HOUSES WITH STUCCO SIDING
In addition to the DRR submittal, a colorsample of the sections being painted must be accomplishedon an accessible area in front of the residence. The samples must be: a 10 foot section of fascia and soffit, 1/4 of the front door and a 4' x 4' of the main walls.
2.1.3 HOUSES DOING TRIM AND ACCENT ONLY REPAINT IN SAME SCHEME
For residents that are repainting the trim and accent only; a color sample will be required in smaller samples on the existing trim and accent. This will be reviewed on a case by case basis depending on the architecture of the home.
Submit a design review request at http://www.pcva.org/submit-a-design-review-request.html
Review all the community guidelines at www.pcva.org/uploads/7/8/8/7/78875826/pcva_community_guidelines_july_20_2016.pdf
Here are some statistics and tips from the Colorado Springs Police that highlight the issue of car thefts:
1. Motor Vehicle Theft has increased 5.6% in 2017 compared to 2016.
2. The number one MO (modus operandi) when known is “Keys left in Vehicle” – we are heading into a busy season for MVT especially related to Open Garage Doors!
a. Don’t leave your keys in your vehicle (Lock it or Lose it).
b. Don’t leave garage door openers in vehicles parked on the street.
3. The highest concentration (Hot Spot) of MVT in 2017 is in the Sand Creek Division, East of Circle Drive, North of Verde Dr, South of Galley Rd and West of Murray Blvd – but MVT is a citywide problem
4. Falcon Division typically has fewer cases reported than the other divisions, however, we are seeing a statically significant increase in Zone/Sectors 43 and 44
5. Of the 25 cars stolen in Falcon Division in the past few weeks, 11 are Honda’s
6. CSPD (on average) recovers about 80% of all stolen vehicles.
Read the entire KOAA article at http://www.koaa.com/story/35446250/vehicle-thefts-on-the-rise-in-colorado-springs-north-neighborhoods-see-multiple-cases-yesterday