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Yard Screening Requirement 1/2

Dear Twelve Oaks Estates Homeowners,


The Board of Directors is requiring that all owners, who do not already have approved back and side yard screening submit their plans for Architectural Review Committee (ARC) consideration by March 31, 2024. Please submit your plan to screen any large miscellaneous object or vehicle that is easily seen over the back and/or side wall of your lot or visible from neighboring property. Examples are of objects and/or vehicles needing screens are: play structures, sports equipment, recreational vehicles, trailers, boat or other water craft, any other type of vehicle that can be seen from a neighboring property. This list is not all inclusive; if you have any other structures or vehicles in your back and/or side yard please submit your screening plan for consideration.  

Per the CC&Rs Section 1.35 "Visible From Neighboring Property" means, with respect to any given object, that such object is or would be visible to a person six feet tall, standing on any part of such neighboring property (which may include a Lot or any portion of the Common Area) at an elevation no greater than the elevation of the base of the object being viewed.

Yard Screening Requirement 2/2

The CC&Rs, Section 7.26 Recreational Vehicle Parking Area require “A Recreational Vehicle Parking Area is defined as an area of the Lot behind the Lot fence that is screened with vegetation of other materials approved by the Architectural Committee and is not Visible from Neighboring Property. The Architectural Committee reserves the right to require Owners to install additional landscaping or screening materials if, in the sole discretion of the Architectural Committee, the Architectural Committee determines additional screening materials are to the benefit of the Project.”

An ARC application as well as the Design Guidelines are available on the Association website at


Thank you,


Stacy Bloos,
Community Manager