PCVA Requires White Lighting
Per the PCVA Community Guidelines - all exterior bulbs must be white in color.
Exterior light fixtures attached to the home must be enclosed in fixtures and match the decor of the home. No
bare light bulbs allowed. All bulbs (including for those items listed below) must be white in color (LEDs are
Decorative string lighting (e.g., bistro lighting, rope lighting, etc.) that is made for enhancing the home’s
appearance must be approved by the MC via a DRR. String lighting is prohibited along the entire house or on
eaves, fencing, walls, or railings. Lighting must be fully contained within a porch, patio, courtyard, or deck
area, and may not extend into the yard or beyond the confines of the porch, patio, courtyard or deck area. It
must be limited to small outdoor living areas. Lighting must be turned off when not in use (e.g., when not
entertaining) to avoid light pollution for the neighbors. See Section 4.16 for additional information.
Path lighting is allowed with low-voltage or solar options. These must be spaced evenly along paths or
driveways to give a consistent look.
View the Community Guidelines at https://www.pcva.org/uploads/7/8/8/7/78875826/pcv_guidelines_revised_10.2022.pdf
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