Dominion Station

Townhouse Homeowners Association

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HOA Dues

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The Dominion Station Homeowners Association maintains the common areas, facilities, and amenities and pays for common expenses, trash collection and reserves using money collected through the annual assessment. The annual assessment is due and payable on the first of the year, and may be additionally billed and paid on a monthly basis.

How much is the annual assessment?
For the 2012 fiscal year, the annual assessment is $1,320, making the monthly assessment $110.
How may I pay my assessment?
Payments may be paid by using the payment coupons that owners will receive each new year, or, as of January 1, 2012, mailing payments to P.O. Box 66571, Phoenix, AZ 85082. Additionally, payments may be submitted online using the SFMC web site.
When is my monthly assessment due?
The monthly assessment is generally due on the first day of the month.
What is the late payment fee?
Any assessment, or installment thereof, not paid within 15 days after the Due Date shall accrue a late charge on the 16th day of each month in the amount of $12.50. A late fee and cost of collection fee shall only be imposed once for the same delinquent period. Complete assessment collection procedures may be found in the Rules & Resolutions section of this web site, specifically the Assessment Collection Procedures page.
I'm a new homeowner. How do I get a payment coupon booklet?
New homeowners should contact the SFMC Community Manager to establish the initial payment of dues and to acquire monthly installment payment coupons.
 

Garage Door Replacement

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Is your garage door in disrepair or do you desire an insulated one? The Board of Directors has approved an addendum to the Architectural Design Guidelines which lists three different options for replacement as an alternative to the originally installed wooden garage doors; A steel, recessed panel sandwich door by CHI Overhead Doors (model 2298), or a standard duty wooden door (Colonial 105) or a heavy duty wooden door (Colonial 110) by Wayne-Dalton Corp.

Do I need approval from the Architectural Review Committee to replace my garage door with one of the approved doors?
No, you do not. As long as the replacement garage door is one of doors on the pre-approved list you do not need to consult with or get approval from the ARC.
What doors are on the pre-approved garage door replacement list?
The approved replacement garage doors are the Wayne Dalton Corp. Colonial 105 and Colonial 110, and the CHI Overhead Doors recessed panel sandwich door, model 2298:
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Exterior Home Inspection

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On an annual basis, the HOA and its management company will inspect the exterior of residential properties to ensure that they comply with the original design guidelines. Residents may find it useful to know what is inspected to ensure that their properties are within accepted guidelines.

When is my lot inspected?
Inspections occur on an annual basis.
What is being checked?
The property is being reviewed for appearance, cleanliness, and overall condition
What are the specific items being checked?
The exterior home inspection includes the following items:
  • Gutters: cleanliness, debris, and if any repairs are required
  • Siding: condition and if power washing is required
  • Exterior Wood: any wood rot that needs replacing
  • Landscaping: missing or dead shrubs
  • Shrubs & Beds: trimming, weeds, repairs to edging material
  • Trees: pruning, and removal of any dead trees/stumps
  • Grass: maintenance of grass, to include establishing and/or applying weed control
  • Paint: windows and trim, shutters, doors, and corner trim
  • Doors: condition and replacement if necessary
  • Fence: condition, replace missing/warped boards, repair gate
  • Decks: repair spindles, repair staircase, power wash, ensure correct color
  • Rear Yard: cleanliness and condition
  • Roof: repairs or replacement
  • Satellite: removed unapproved dish or conceal cabling
  • House Numbers: replace any missing numbers
  • Leadwalks: repair cracks, replace trip hazards
  • Subsidence: fill holes with top soil around front stoop
View the 2008 Exterior Home Maintenance Inspection Checklist (20KB PDF)
 

Approved Deck Stains

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Approved Deck Stains

Owners may use clear sealants on their decks without Architectural Review Committee (ARC) approval. Additionally, stains that are on the List of Pre-approved Deck Stains may also be used without ARC approval.

What if I want to use a stain not on the List of Pre-approved Deck Stains?
Any stains not on the List require ARC approval. The ARC will typically approve transparent stains, also known as wood toners. The ARC will not approve semi-transparent stains and solid color stains.
List of Pre-approved Deck Stains:
Olympic stains (available at Lowes)
  • Waterguard Wood Clear, 51794
  • Maximum Clear, 56500
  • Maximum Toner, 56502 Honey Gold
  • Maximum Toner, 56503 Cedar Naturaltone
  • Maximum Toner, 56504 Redwood Naturaltone
  • Wood Protector Clear, 79070
  • Wood Protector Toner, 79111 Cedar Naturaltone
  • Wood Protector Toner, 79113 Honey Gold
  • Solid Color Cedar
  • Solid Color Timberline
  • Rescue It! Cedar
  • Rescue It! Timberline
Behr stains (available at Home Depot)
  • Water Proofing Wood Protector, 300 Natural Clear
  • Waterproofing Wood Finish, 400 Natural Clear
  • Waterproofing Wood Finish, 401 Cedartone
  • Waterproofing Wood Finish, 402 Redtone
  • Waterproofing Wood Finish, 403 Browntone
  • Weatherproofing Wood Sealer & Finish, 500 Natural Clear
  • Weatherproofing Wood Sealer & Finish, 501 Natural Cedar
  • Weatherproofing Wood Sealer & Finish, 502 Redwood
  • Weatherproofing Wood Sealer & Finish, WP-545 Natural Sequoia
  • Weatherproofing Wood Sealer & Finish, WP-546 Golden Honey
  • Solid Color Cedar
  • DeckOver Cedar
 


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