Holiday Decorations Guidelines

Posted by  Admin   in  ,      January 1, 2018     831 Views     Comments Off on Holiday Decorations Guidelines  

Residents become passionate about holiday decorations and may not necessarily know when is it time to remove them.

In The Moors communities, holiday decorations are permitted for Halloween, Fall, Christmas, Easter, Valentine’s Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, etc. Residents decorate their property throughout the year with all kinds of colorful items and lighting. These include everything from yard decorations, wreaths, to a 12-hour-a-day brightly lit Christmas tree in December.

The existing guidelines allow for residents to decorate 3 weeks before and 2 weeks after the holiday for decorations to be displayed.

Our Moors communities have adopted guidelines that allow for and regulate the short-term installation of holiday decorations. This ensures that the associations will be protected while allowing it to be reasonable and to act in the holiday spirit. The Associations do not favor one religion over another and have an obligation to be non-discriminatory and uniform in the application and enforcement of holiday decoration rules Some of our guidelines include the following:

  • Timetable for Decorations: The existing guidelines allow for residents to decorate 3 weeks before and 2 weeks after the holiday for decorations to be displayed.
  • Holiday Lighting: Lighting (especially bright and blinking lights) should not be allowed to disturb neighbors.
  • Blow Up Decorations: The association allows blow up decorations, however residents are responsible for replacing any damaged grass.
  • Other Decorations on Common Areas: Residents must keep in mind that the lawn crew must be able to continue to cut the grass and hedges throughout the month. Association will not be responsible for cut wires.

Best wishes for this New Year!!!

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