Architectural Control

Architectural Control

Architectural Control & Re-Roofing Approval

Don’t alter your home without one!

Call Before You Dig – Texas811

If you’re starting a new project that will involve any digging, it is the law that you Call Before You Dig . With this free service, utility providers come to your property and survey and mark any underground utilities.

ACC Approval Application

An Architectural Control Committee Approval Application must be submitted for any changes to the exterior of the structures on your property. The purpose of requiring approval is to ensure that our deed restrictions are adhered to and preserve the character and harmony of the residences in our community.

The ACC approval application form and re-roofing guidelines can be found here:

Architectural Control

Alterations and improvements requiring approval include, but are not limited to; painting, re-roofing, new windows, masonry, siding, room additions, carports, patio roofs, walkways, driveways, and fences.

An Application can be found by selecting the ACC Approval Application above. A survey plat is often required with your application form. You should have received one when you purchased your home. The title company, that processed your home purchase, should also have one.

Alterations without approval may result in a cease and desist notice stopping work until approval is obtained. If you are unsure a request form is necessary, call FirstService at 713-932-1122 or send a request just to be covered.

The Architectural Control Committee chair(s), Dan Westover, should be contacted regarding all matters pertaining to architectural approval, or you may download the form by clicking above.

The completed application is to be sent to FirstService, at the address shown on the form.

The Champion Forest deed restrictions are found in the Deed Restrictions section of the HOA Documents Archive page.

Beautification and Grounds Awareness Program

In order to enhance the beauty of Champion Forest by keeping it attractive, well groomed and to achieve and maintain high property values, a Deed Restriction Inspector from the management company surveys monthly for homes whose “curb appeal” is not up to par and notifies the homeowners of corrective measures. All homeowners are required to cooperate in this collective endeavor in order to keep our community attractive. Survey your property frequently to see that it meets the following criteria:

  • Lawn cut, edged and fertilized regularly and shrubbery trimmed and groomed.
  • Driveways, walkways and street gutters swept regularly. Please do not allow yard waste to enter the street drains.
  • Boats and trailers stored out of sight.
  • Garbage, tree/yard waste, and recycling should not be visible until the evening before pickup day, currently Tuesday and Friday.

Help Keep Champion Forest Beautiful!