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Wells Branch is currently under Stage 1 water restricitons. For more information please read Wells Branch Stage 1 Water Restrictions
The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) for the Wells Branch Neighborhood is charged with maintaining community standards on behalf of all homeowners. The governing documents for Wells Branch homeowners are part of the deed restrictions agreed at closing on purchase of the property. These documents establish the Architectural Control Committee and empower the committee to create reasonable enforcement guidelines for the community. At closing, each homeowner signs a document stating that they have read the governing documents, understand them and agree to abide by them.
The ACC is a separate entity from the Wells Branch MUD. The Wells Branch MUD helps to facilitate the processing of ACC requests, however the ACC is solely responsible for decisions with regards to requests.
In general, any exterior alteration to a house and/or the landscape (front or back) requires the submission of an Architectural Control Committee (ACC) Request Form to the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) for Wells Branch. Along with the ACC Request Form, please include the following documentation:
1. Description of improvement or change requested
2. Plans and specifications
3. Dimensions (length, width and height)
4. Detailed list of building materials
5. Paint color (must match house)
6. Roof (out building and patio covers must be shingled to match house roof)
7. Copy of your property plat map showing the location and dimensions of the improvement
The architectural Control Committee (ACC) has 30 days, from the date of receipt, to respond to a request. Every effort will be made to respond as soon as possible. The architectural Control Committee (ACC) may request additional information, should original submission need clarification.
Click on the link below to access an ACC Request Form.