Our Covenants & Bylaws
The Covenants are a legal document that lays out the guidelines for a neighborhood. They are recorded in the county records and are legally binding.
Neighborhood covenants apply to the property itself. They pass with the land to any subsequent owners and remain binding on each successive owner of the property, not matter how the property is acquired.
The Bylaws govern how the HOA operates and contain the information needed to run the HOA as a business. For example, the bylaws cover matters such as: how often the HOA holds meetings; how the meetings are conducted; and who may vote in HOA elections.
One of the primary purposes of your homeowners association is to help maintain the value of our property. As neighborhoods get older they generally tend to deteriorate. Homes in CHE are 35-40 years old so some of them are showing their age. One of the HOA’s primary methods to keep up the looks and value of the neighborhood is to enforce our covenants.