Making Exterior Home Improvements:
Please check with the Architectural Review Board (ARB)
Homeowners living in planned communities with enforced architectural standards typically enjoy better property values. Burke Centre’s architectural standards are maintained and enforced by an all-volunteer Architectural Review Board (ARB), assisted by Conservancy staff employees dedicated to this function.
The ARB assists owners who are interested in making exterior changes/improvements to their property with the ARB Application process. An ARB application is required for most exterior changes or home improvement projects to the property, however, there are some instances where an application may not be required. It is advisable to always check the ARB Standards for clarification or seek assistance from the Conservancy staff before making any exterior home improvements/modifications to a property.
Admin & Policy Resolution #7-O: Imposition of Monetary Charges for ARB Violations
Tuesday, March 17 ARB Meeting: The applications on the agenda for the March 17, 2020 meeting have been recommended to be approved by an Architectural Review Board member. Applications will be voted upon as a block, based on the recommendations, unless the homeowner has new information. Attendance at the March 17 meeting is not required. If you do not attend the March 17 meeting but wish to know the outcome of the vote, you may contact Taylor L. Strang at 703-978-2928 or [email protected].
|ARB Routine Items Agenda|
|ARB Monthly Meeting Agenda|