7 April 2022
April 7, 2022
Harbour Vista HOA
Rules and Regulations


    1. All Residents must comply with the CC&R’s, Section 8.05 regarding inside and outside installations.

    2. Remodeling or anything that changes the exterior is controlled by the Architectural Committee. (Guidelines are updated and published every year). Residents are required to contact the Committee before undertaking any remodeling projects unless the items in their project have been pre-approved in the Guidelines. This includes:

      • Doors and windows

      • Flooring

      • Balcony/patio covering

      • Anything that pierces the stucco

      • Air conditioning

      • Satellite dishes and antennae

    3. All Residents are required to keep their units and balconies/patios in a good state of cleanliness and repair at all times.

      • Sweeping or washing of debris over the edge of balconies is not permitted as it falls onto the unit below.

      • Use a dustpan or container to dispose of debris.

      • All exposed windows and sliding glass doors must have appropriate coverings, in good shape.

      • Sheets, blankets, newspaper, or foil are not allowed.

    4. Outdoor patio or lounge furniture, plants and barbeque equipment must be maintained.

    5. No visible storage or hanging on balconies and patios, including but not limited to clothes, diapers, hampers, mops, boxes, cleaning items, excess furniture, toys (that extend above or beyond the height of the patio or balcony railing), exercise equipment, bicycles, towels, clothing, rugs, and wet suits or any other item not intended for outdoor use. These items must be stored in the residence or in your garage.

    6. Noisy parties, stereos and other disturbing noises are prohibited after 10:00 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and after 11:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

    7. Potted plants on balconies must be secured and have protective saucers under the plants. Excessive watering of plants that overflows on the wood or decking surface is not allowed and may result in damage that the owner is responsible for. Live plants on landing must be maintained in planter/pots with protective saucers under them.

    8. Any hanging plants and/or decorations must be inside the patio/balcony area and the overall weight of hanging articles must not risk structural damage to the building/balcony. Piercing holes in stucco walls is not permitted.

    9. Wood lattice is permitted to be attached to the inside of the patio fencing. The wood lattice boards are to be at least 1/8” thick and the lattice itself is not to extend above the patio fencing. The wood lattice is to be painted on both sides with a color tint that matches the railing.

      Vista Paint Colors - 2003 Catalog
      Vista Paint - Acribond - Color Expressions 81-(2) Sepia (medium)

      Recommended Vendor:
      Vista Paint
      17445 Beach Blvd. Huntington Beach, CA 92647
      Near the intersection of Beach Blvd. and Slater Ave.
      (714) 841-5596 http://vistapaint.com
      (Home Depot can also match these colors)

    10. Plants and trees planted in the patio soil and/or grown in planters are not permitted to exceed 7 feet in height. This height limitation measurement is measured from the patio’s earth ground, if the Unit’s patio is on the first floor of the building. If the Unit’s patio is on either the second floor or third floor of the building, the measurement is measured from the top of the balcony patio’s deck.

    11. FIREPLACES – The fireplace in each unit is not designed to burn wood, paper or any other combustible material. Only “gas logs” are allowed to burn in fireplaces.

    12. No charcoal BBQ’s/ Grills, Smokers, Fire Pits, Tiki Torches, Chimeras, or outdoor propane heaters are allowed on patios/balconies.

    13. The operation of drones in the common area is prohibited.

    14. Update or replacement of porch light fixtures, screen doors, hydronic heaters, personal video cameras such as video doorbells and access points DO NOT require Architectural Committee approval.

    15. No commercial entities are to be run from garages, common areas, pools, or spas whether a source of revenue or pro-bono for HV residents or non-residents.

    16. Each homeowner should ensure their plumbing is in good working condition, including the mix-it valves in the showers.
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