Hazelwood Farms Covenants and Bylaws
The Covenants and Bylaws were among the many legal documents you received within days
of signing the contract for your new home. We hope that you took time to read and
The Covenants and Bylaws are a binding legal obligation between the Hazelwood Farms Homeowners
Association and each lot owner in the plan and they "run with the land" as part of
your deed of ownership. Our Covenants and Bylaws assure the residents of certain minimum
standards for land use, architectural design and property maintenance throughout the
plan. They also provide for your membership in the Hazelwood Farms Homeowners
Association, and establish the mechanism for the operation of the association.
Because of the legal, contractual nature of the Covenants and Bylaws, it is important that any
questionable exterior alterations to residential properties covered by them be approved
by the Hazelwood Farms Homeowners Association board. If an alteration is made without approval,
you incur the risk of legal action in order to compel modifications consistent with the
covenants and bylaws. Such legal action may cloud the title on your property.
The Covenants and Bylaws are not easily changed. The Covenants requires 66%, and the Bylaws
require 75% of all lot owners in the plan who must agree to change the documents.
Members may cast one vote per lot if changes to the Covenant or Bylaws are
The goal of these Covenants and Bylaws is to keep our community an attractive and desirable place
in which to live, and we hope their use will provide a practical means of
accomplishing this goal.
If any differences arise between the original filed documents and these
electronic version copies, the original filed documents will take precedent.
April 26, 2003 Covenants Amendment document
July 13, 2011 Sidewalk Adendum document
March 10, 2004 Bylaws Amendment document
Common Area Rules and Regulations
Tree Removal Waiver
Home Resale Document
Cranberry Township Property Maintenance