Governing Documents

The Board of Directors would like to remind all home owners that all homes in the Riverwood Plantation  are under the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, Restrictions, Easements and Reservations often referred to as the“Covenants” or “CC&Rs” as established by the Developer. You should have received a complete copy of the Documents from your real estate agent or the title company. We have included copies that you can review & print. Everyone is encouraged to take time to review all of  governing documents

Governing Documents

The purpose of this document book is to familiarize homeowners with the objectives, scope and application of design standards and restrictions which will be used to maintain the aesthetic appearance and environmental quality of the community.

The document provides specific design standards and guidelines that have been adopted by the Board of Directors of the Homeowners Association. It also explains the application and review process that must be adhered to by homeowners seeking approval for any exterior modifications or changes to their homes or lots that are subject to approval by the Association.

ARC Form

Our neighborhood is governed by deed restrictions that are meant to preserve our area and maintain the values of our homes. We have an Architectural Review Committee (ARC) to approve any changes you would like to make to the exterior of your home. For example: fences, paint color, pool installation, additions, new roofs, tree removal, etc.

In addition to ARC approval, some work may require permits from the city. Please verify with the city before starting any work. ARC request forms can be picked up at the clubhouse.

Summary of Covenants and Restrictions

This outline is meant to be used as an index to find something quickly in the 34 pages of small print that make up the Riverwood Covenants and Restrictions.

Articles of Incorporation

The "Articles of Incorporation" (sometimes also referred to as the Certificate of Incorporation or the Corporate Charter) are the primary rules governing the management of a corporation in the United States and Canada, and are filed with a state or other regulatory agency.