Sands Scottsdale Master Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions
Revision Project – March 2020 Update
Sands Scottsdale Homeowners Association
The Sands Scottsdale Board of Director’s has been working on revising our Master Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CCRs).
Why revise the Sands Scottsdale Master CCRs?
- Our community was developed in the early 1970’s and our CCRs are amongst the first filed in Arizona. Much of the language and terms are outdated.
- Current CCRs are excellent for architectural changes and process. Landscape changes are not well defined
- Ability to address potential issues with short-term rentals (less than one month).
- Allow for clearly defined Rules and Regulations.
- Establish equality within the Master Association. Our community was developed in phases. The intent of the builder was to combine all the phases under a single Master CCR making each homeowner equal within the Master Community. There are three building phases that are missing this language.
Why is this important for you?
- Commitment to maintaining the beauty and livability of Sands Scottsdale for the next several decades.
- Protect/increase your property value.
- NO proposed changes to dues and special assessment process.
How can you help?
- Please review the current draft Sands Scottsdale Master CCR revision posted on our website. www.sandsscottsdalehoa.org **coming soon***
- Your feedback on the draft is strongly encouraged – please email email@example.com with your comments and questions.
- Volunteer to help with the effort – we will need 362 ‘yes’ votes.
- Attend April 22nd meeting for Q/A with our HOA attorney Chad Miessen – Scottsdale Plaza Resort @ 5:30 pm.
- April: Q/A Session with HOA attorney Chad Miessen on Wednesday April 22, Scottsdale Plaza Resort @ 5:30 pm.
- March – June: Master CCR Draft review period.
- August: Final CCR revision mailed to homeowners along with voting documents.
- Sept: Q/A session with HOA attorney Chad Miessen on Wednesday, September 23, 5:30 pm @ Scottsdale Plaza Resort.
- Sept – Dec 2020: Voting!
Thank you so much for your support on this effort! Successfully updating our CCRs will protect our community for the next several decades.