Recreational Vehicles (RV’s) and/or sports equipment [example: Trailered Boats, Trailered All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV), etc.] shall be parked in a garage or off-site. RV’s and sports equipment may be temporarily parked in the driveway or in the street directly in front of the home for loading and unloading only over a short a period of time not to exceed 24 hours, and not to exceed 7 days per calendar year.
Do you know the official rules for properly displaying the U.S. flag?
Learn more about the American flag and its history at https://www.usa.gov/flag
Read the U.S. Flag Code https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CDOC-109sdoc18/pdf/CDOC-109sdoc18.pdf
Learn all about displaying the American Flag https://www.usa.gov/features/usagovs-guide-to-displaying-the-american-flag
Any changes to the exterior of your Pine Creek property, including paint, roofing, landscape, room additions, decks, sheds, gazebos, playground equipment and more, require the approval of the Association. Before making any change, you are required to submit a Design Review Request (DRR) to the Modifications Committee who will review and approve, disapprove, or conditionally approve your request.
Learn all the details, download the forms, and see the contacts at
Please submit your DRR via the PCVA Homeowners portal at portal.ehammersmith.com.
If you need help with your logon/password - call (719) 389-0700.
Please examine your sidewalks for offsets or uneven surfaces (usually from tree roots) and have them repaired as soon as weather allows. As always, you are welcome to report issues with homeowner or PCVA property to PineCreek@ehammersmith.com.
Per the community guidelines (3.2), homeowners are responsible for the maintenance of landscape, irrigation and sidewalks within the easements on their property. Lot owners are also responsible for the maintenance of landscape, irrigation and sidewalks in the street right-of-way from the back of curb to their property line.
According to city code, homeowners must ensure their sidewalks are clean and undamaged to allow pedestrians to pass freely. The city can levy a fine for sidewalk litter, debris, obstructions or projections or a homeowner may be liable for injuries sustained on a damaged or uneven sidewalk.
The City's Concrete Cost Share Program (CCSP) exists as an option for property owners to repair the concrete adjacent to their property. Visit https://coloradosprings.gov/public-works/page/concrete-maintenance
Please do not block any residential sidewalk with cars, RVs, trailers, trucks, visiting vehicles, etc. so pedestrians can navigate the neighborhood easily and safely. Many residents and visitors enjoy using the sidewalks daily and often have difficulties navigating around a sidewalk obstruction. It can be dangerous if they are required to walk in the street and leave the safety of the sidewalk.
City Code prohibits the blocking of sidewalks.
10.12.101: STOPPING, STANDING OR PARKING IN SPECIFIED PLACES:
No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic, vehicular or pedestrian, or in compliance with directions of a police officer or traffic control device on a sidewalk or pedestrian walking area.