An Overview of the Architectural Review Board
The Architectural Review Board is responsible for reviewing and approving exterior architectural modifications for homes within Sully Station II. Anyone wishing to make external changes to their property must meet the Association requirements for modifications and submit an application before the work starts.
Architectural Review Board meetings are held the second Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m. At this time, all meetings are held virtually via Zoom. Notices are emailed to Owners in advance with details on how to attend these meetings. Owners are provided the opportunity to address the ARB during the Open Forum which occurs at the beginning of each meeting. Owners who have submitted an application are encouraged to attend the meeting in case the ARB has a question about the proposed project. If you are not receiving these messages and would like information on how to attend one of the meetings please click here.
Architectural Review Board Charter
To view the Architectural Review Board Charter, please click here. The Architectural Review Board (ARB) has a minimum of three (3) Members and a maximum of seven (7) Members who are appointed by the Board of Trustees. ARB members have three-year terms. If you are interested in serving on the ARB, please fill out the Committee Volunteer form and email it to email@example.com.
How to Submit an Architectural Application
The Architectural Review Board exists so that Sully Station II can remain a special place to live. Anyone wishing to make external changes to their property must meet the Association requirements for modifications and submit an application before starting any work.
1. The Design Guidelines, as well as other legally binding documents, are provided to homeowners prior to closing on a house. Please read the guidelines and application requirements carefully before submitting your application.
2. Submit your application, along with any other required documentation to the management company. Applications must be received by 5 p.m. the Wednesday before the meeting date. Incomplete applications will not be included on the meeting agenda.
3. The ARB will review your application and perform any site inspections as needed outlined in the Association documents. You will be contacted if additional information is needed or if there are any questions. Note – the ARB enforces community guidelines but it is up to you to make sure you meet local permit requirements.
4. Management will notify you of the ARB decision on your application.