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This is not an "official version" of the document and is subject to change without notice. The official document can be obtained in the disclosure package via written request to the Eagle Landing Homeowners Association (ELHOA) Board at P.O. Box 506, Lancaster, Virginia 22503, along with a check made out to "ELHOA" in the amount of $100.00, pursuant to Section 55-512 of the Code of Virginia, within 14 days which includes copies of the Covenants and Restrictions, Bylaws, and Design and Environmental Standards for Eagle Landing. 



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9.01 Purpose:

The maintenance requirements for Eagle Landing are established for the perpetual preservation and enhancement of neighborhood property values. Detailed Standards and Guidelines will be incorporated into the Development criteria as a supplement to further ensure the consistent implementation of the highest standards of maintenance.


9.02 Homeowner's Responsibility:

Each Homeowner is responsible for maintaining the lot and all improvements to the highest standards in accordance with specifications and guidelines as may be adopted and amended from time to time.


Site maintenance responsibility for each homeowner shall extend to the property lines of the lot. This responsibility will extend to the curb along public streets or the edge of the designated buffer for the purpose of maintaining lawns and landscaping.


The Association may designate Community Areas within the property for maintenance by the Association.


9.03 Association Responsibility:

The Eagle Landing Homeowners Association will be responsible for maintenance of the Community Area parcels. 'Community Area" is land or improvements which have been so designated for common use or maintenance by the Association.


Association maintenance responsibility includes, but is not limited to, the following areas and improvements:


  • All property and improvements on the Community Area.

  • Easements and improvements for access to and from the Community Area.

  • Common Area lighting.

  • Street trees planted within the right-of-way of public roadways.

  • Improvements at the main entrance including signage, landscape, irrigation and lighting.

  • Street pavers or special treatments installed within public roadways not maintained by Virginia Department of Transportation.


9.04 Violations & Enforcement: Violations of the general maintenance requirements or specifications are enforceable as provided for in the Declarations of Covenants and Restrictions applicable to Eagle Landing. Notification procedures and rights to cure are the same as for violations of architectural design criteria.

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