Architectural Control Department
The enforcement arm of the association, helping maintain the high standards we all enjoy and benefit from owning/living in the Tahoe Keys.
The Architectural Control Department is responsible for maintaining and enforcing the architectural rules of the association and the limitations and restrictions contained within the association’s governing documents (CC&Rs).
Staff review all submitted architectural control applications, to make sure all information is correct, before submitting the application to the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) for review and subsequent action. In addition, Staff is tasked with following up on projects to assure they have been built according to submitted and approved plans.
- Staff routinely patrol the association properties, common areas and docks recording and compiling information as to any sub-standard property or condition which violates our architectural rules.
- Violation notices are sent out to non-compliant property owners.
- Staff is charged with the follow-up to resolve any such violations, including levying and collecting fines.
Meet the Architectural Control staff.
The Architectural Control Department consists of two full-time Staff; a Department Manager and a Compliance Officer.
I joined the Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association in 2006. Having held several positions within the association such as Front Desk Attendant, Architectural Control Coordinator, Administrative Assistant and Architectural Control Department Manager, I know a thing or two about the association.
I am a Tahoe native and have lived here in Tahoe my entire life. I’m married, with a young son. We love to go to the theme parks Six Flags Discovery Kingdom and California’s Great America in the bay area. We also enjoy going out on our ATVs to the forest roads around Tahoe, and to the Nevada desert roads.
Supporting the Architectural Control Committee.
Architectural Control Department staff review all submitted architectural control applications, to make sure all information is correct, before submitting the application to the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) for review and subsequent action. Staff is also responsible for preparing meeting agendas and recording minutes for the ACC meetings.
The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) is composed of qualified volunteer homeowners who are appointed by the Board, and who are charged with reviewing homeowner submittals to the ACC for approval of their proposed construction or modifications to existing structures or properties. The committee considers the architectural controls in the CC&R’s and other governing documents of the association, and regulations of local governmental authorities.
Documents, forms, rules & guidelines.
You can find documents related to the architectural control department in the documents section of the website. This includes application forms, architectural rules & guidelines, as well as meeting agendas and minutes.