A covenant is a legal precept that allows a land owner to attach restrictions to the property that accrue to and bind all future owners. Covenants are private limitations on land use. In effect, covenants that are legally recorded against the property become private zoning law. Covenants run with the land. Each homeowner acknowledged and agreed to abide by the covenants when they accepted the title to their home.
CKSII is a planned residential community governed by the Columbine Knolls South Planned Development Restrictions, which are commonly referred to as the ODP. The ODP is the official zoning, or county law, that regulates the land use in our community. In addition to specifying land use and the type of residential and commercial development allowed, the ODP lists other permitted uses and restrictions within its boundaries. The normal Jefferson County zoning regulations govern any items not specifically covered in the ODP.
ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE APPROVAL REQUEST FORM
This form must be submitted to the Architectural Control Committee in duplicate for most improvements to your property. To see details about the Architectural Control Committee, including the ACC form and the approval process.
The Articles of Incorporation establish the Columbine Knolls South II Homeowners' Association as a not-for-profit corporation in the state of Colorado. The articles were filed with the Colorado Secretary of State on January 28, 1984.
The bylaws are the governing document of the Columbine Knolls South II Homeowners' Association. This document defines the purpose of the Association, membership and procedure.
The Governance Policies establish procedures for the Board of Directors in conducting the business of the Homeowners' Association.
Use this form to join the Columbine Knolls South II Homeowners' Association.
COLUMBINE KNOLLS SOUTH II COURT CASE JUDGMENT (regarding the storage of recreational vehicles)
The court case, regarding the storage of recreational vehicles within Columbine Knolls South, came before the Jefferson County Court on March 10 and 11 of 1998. Judgment was entered for the defendant Board of County Commissioners of County of Jefferson, Colorado on March 23,1998.