How do I appeal a decision?

A decision made at an AC meeting is final and may not be appealed, whether or not you attend the meeting. A deferral may not be appealed. A denial issued by staff or an architectural violation may be appealed. You must submit an appeal statement to staff at least two weeks prior to the AC meeting to be placed on the agenda and have your appeal heard by the AC. The appeal must be in writing and clearly state the reason for the appeal. It can be submitted via email, fax (703-497-7145), regular mail, or dropped off at LRPRA (12350 Oakwood Drive).

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1. What requires approval?
2. What if I’m only replacing what I have?
3. Why should I go through the process of getting approval and not just do it?
4. How do I apply for an exterior change?
5. When will I get the AC decision?
6. What can be reviewed by Covenants staff and what must be reviewed by the AC?
7. Why might an application be denied?
8. How do I appeal a decision?
9. How long is a decision valid?
10. Where is the list of items and colors approved for my house?