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    Declaration of Guidelines & Restrictions for
    Landscape/Lawn at the Fairways of Firewheel

    The following guidelines are designed to promote and enhance the harmony, value, and aesthetics of the neighborhood as a whole.
     Section I.        Yards must be maintained in accordance to the ordinance set forth by the City of Garland.  In addition, grass may not infringe on the sidewalk more than three inches from the sidewalk edge.
     Section II.       Flowerbeds must have a minimum amount of shrubs/plants/flowers to cover the cement area of the foundation visible from the street.  (Side yards excluded)  Grass or weeds in the beds must not be visible from the street.
     Section III.      A defined border between the yard and the beds must be established.  If established by a material (i.e. rocks, bricks, edging), it must be uniform in nature.  A defined border can be established by any distinct edge.
     Section IV.      All Holiday decorations must be removed twenty-one days after the holiday occurs.  Holiday decorations include, but are not limited to, lights, yard art, ornaments, garland, etc.
     Section V.       All permanent lighting, including lamp posts, must be approved by the Architectural Control Committee prior to installation.  Lighting illuminating walkways, shrubs and trees are permitted. Decorative string lights may not be used as part of permanent front yard landscaping.
     Section VI.      Fence construction must follow the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions” Article VIII, Section 13.  Fence finish must be left to finish naturally, or may be clear sealed or sealed with a wood color stain or finish. Any other finish (green, white, black, etc.) must be approved by the Architectural Control Committee.

     

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