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Reminder: No Signs
Posted on Dec 4th, 2014
Yard signs advertising companies are not permitted in Quail Ridge, yet every now and then one or two pop up. In the past, some homeowners have printed out Reminder: No Signs and taped it on the offending signs.
That usually does the trick. l If you wish to help keep signs in check, you can download and print the Reminder from the right column of CCRs and Bylaws page.
Here's the text of the Reminder:
Dear Sign Owner,
The Quail Ridge subdivision prohibits the display of signs of any kind, except for political signs and “For Sale” signs, as outlined in the subdivision’s Protective Restrictions, Covenants, Limitations and Easements:
18. SIGNS. No sign of any kind shall be displayed on any Lot except for political candidate and ballot signs, school participation signs, signs as may be required by legal proceedings, and for advertising the property for sale or rent; these signs cannot be more than five (5) feet square. Security signs, lawn application signs and electric fence signs no larger than one (1) foot by one (1) foot are also allowed. Political signs: (1) may not be placed on a Lot more than thirty (30) days prior to the election to which they pertain; (2) must be removed within five (5) days after the date of the election to which they relate; and (3) may not exceed three (3) signs in total. In no event shall any commercial advertising signage be allowed on any Lot. The QRHA can identify to the Lot Owner any signs in violation and may remove any signs that violate these rules.
This neighborhood rule is printed in the Quail Ridge Directory, is online at the Quail Ridge website, and has appeared in the Quail Ridge Newsletter. Therefore, we appreciate your removing this sign. Thank you for understanding and complying with the wishes of our community.
Quail Ridge Homeowners Association
Board Members aren't driving around daily looking for code offenses. Similarly, sometimes much time may go by before anyone acts--if at all--on some of the minor infractions of the CCRs. Thanks for helping where you can to be a good neighbor.