The Home Modification Request (HMR) form allows homeowners to start the home modification request process quickly and efficiently.
Please read through all of the information on this page before completing the form below.
HMR Process Steps
The homeowner completes a simple online Home Modification Request (HMR) form for a Preliminary Review or Final Review.
Information completed on the HMR form is saved in a database with a date and timestamp.
An HMR document is systematically created from the saved data and stored in a database.
The HMR document is e-mailed to the Boards Design Review Committee (DRC).
The DRC will bring the HMR document to the homeowner to obtain any relevant documents, drawings, diagrams, or pictures and have the homeowner sign the document.
The DRC will review the HMR and provide a copy of the DRC signed HMR document to the homeowner.
Home Modification Requests must have written approval from the DRC, requiring two DRC board members signatures, before work is started. Approval of a request grants permission for the DRC to make a reasonable inspection of work in progress and completed modifications.
Home or property modifications and CC&R compliance
The goal of the Design Review Committee is to insure cohesiveness in appearance, design and construction to maintain the community’s traditional neighborhood standards. The Home Modification Review Process will guide you through the applicable CC&R’s and the Administrative Guidelines to determine whether you’re proposed modification or addition is subject to the Governing Documents.
The committee is responsible for enforcing the terms and conditions of the Declaration as they relate to “property use”.
Examples of additions or modifications requiring DRC review include but are not limited to satellite dish installations, home exterior painting, fencing, swimming pool installations or building additions. If you are not sure whether a review is required please review the CC&R’s, Administrative Guidelines and/or contact us.
The DRC meets on an as-needed basis to review owner submissions for changes or additions to their homes and landscaping.
The DRC acting on behalf of the Home Owners Association monitors all applicable home additions, remodeling and significant landscape projects and revisions to ensure compliance with the Covenants.
The purpose of a preliminary application is to allow for review of any sketches or drawings at an early stage in the planning process to ascertain if the general proposal conforms to the Jackson Oaks architectural philosophy. Preliminary reviews are encouraged so that modifications that might be required in the Covenants are taken into consideration before final design work is completed and construction permits are granted by the City of Central Point. The applicant may apply directly for final review if this is desirable for scheduling reasons or if plans are already complete.
* NOTE: Preliminary approval does not confer the right to file for construction permits or to begin construction. Final Review is required of all projects. Failure to receive final approval before beginning construction may result in fines and other sanctions being imposed.
The Committee will review all required documentation and the application will receive one of the following: “Approved”, “Denied,” or “Subject to”.
If the application is “Denied,” the applicant must submit a new proposal. No construction may begin.
If the application is given “Subject to”, the applicant must provide any required project information to the DRC before applying for building permits and beginning construction.
Final “Approval” may be given if the required information has been submitted and approved, such as satisfactory landscape plans and exterior paint color samples. Approvals will be valid for one year, after which plans must be resubmitted if approved work has not been initiated.