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A Note on Winter Park Highlands Covenants and the Architectural Committee

Are you planning to build a new home or start an exterior remodel?  Do you want to add a fence or a garage or other outbuilding? Install solar panels or a windmill? Here's what you need to know.

First, please note that Winter Park Highlands is a covenant-controlled community. A copy of the Covenants, which are applicable to all six Units in the Highlands (Units 1-5 and Greenridge), is available here.

The Architectural Committee Regulations and Procedures are here.

First step is to complete the Project Review Request Form which can be found here. The link will download an MS Word document to your computer.  You can modify the file and email to Nathan O'Rourke or fill in by hand and mail it in (see addresses below).  Then, before you begin your project please submit your building plans to Nathan. The members of the Committee and Nathan's contact information are listed below. The Committee is there to help you navigate the Covenants and permitting necessary to complete your project without a hitch. Don't hesitate to reach out to them.

Note: Grand County will not issue a building permit without the WPHA ACC approval.  WPHA ACC approval is required whether you are member of the HOA or not.

Nathan O'Rourke -Chairman
Nathan.h.orourke@gmail.com
PO Box 275
Tabernash, CO 40478

Architectural Committee Members:
Tyson Dearduff
Roger Mathews
Scott McNary
Fred Chapin
Beth Lay
Bob Colosimo
Helpful Information on Building a Firewise Home

The Colorado State Forest Service has published an excellent brochure called Firewise Construction - Design and Materials that contains a lot of interesting information and good ideas for building a firewise home. Check it out here.