Emerald Hills Residents and Owners,
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Above Ground and Seasonal Pools
Above ground pools are considered permanent structures, large in size, with rigid sidewalls. These pools will not be approved by Architecture Review. On the other hand, a seasonal pool is a small pool usually purchased from a local department store such as Walmart or K-Mart. Seasonal pools are temporary in nature, small, made of vinyl or hard plastic with sidewalls ranging from a foot to approximately three feet high. Seasonal pools have historically been acceptable in the community as long as they are not put up before Memorial Day and are taken down by Labor Day.
Are you considering improving the exterior
of your home?
According to the covenants, residents are required to get approval from Architecture Review before starting any exterior modifications to your property. This includes home painting, structural additions, fences, walls, sheds, pools, etc. Please visit our community website at http://ehhoa.info/ to obtain a Modification Request Application Form.