The Homestead Design Review Committee (DRC) consists of seven committee members whose objective is to enforce design standards, policies, and practices that promote aesthetics, encourage economic vitality, and enhance the desirability of the community. The DRC ensures that all proposed changes meet Homestead’s Design Review Committee guidelines and protects the value of all property within the community, giving appropriate consideration to the impact of particular development, while respecting, to the degree possible consistent with such protection, the preferences of the owners of the property being developed. Homeowners must apply to make any changes to the exterior of their property including new construction, alterations, remodels, additions, decks, patios, color changes, landscaping, fences, swing sets, trampolines, etc. If you would like to make a change to your property, please fill out the DRC Application for Changes or DRC Application for New Construction, Additions and Remodels and submit along with a completed Neighbor Notification Form to the DRC office at least 15 days prior to the meeting to be placed on the agenda. Design Review Committee meetings generally occur on the second Friday of each month at 9am. Occasionally, the Board may hold evening meetings. The next DRC meeting is scheduled for:
Friday, February 8, at 9:00am (DRC submittal deadline is Friday, January 25, by 5:00pm)
(meeting times subject to change-please recheck 1 week prior to meeting to verify start time)
The Annual Homeowners Association Meeting will be held at the Homestead Court Club on Monday, February 18, at 7:00pm. Information regarding the annual meeting will be sent out to all Homestead homeowners with the February newsletter. There will be a vote for three open Board seats at the meeting. Two current board members have expressed interest in re-running for the Board; Erin Allen and Cealy Fellman. Additionally, Homestead Owner Katherine Smith has expressed interest in running. All three bios will be included in the February newsletter. For more information about the annual meeting contact Tracy Erickson at the Club.