Homeowners purchase property in Adam's Run with the
agreement that they voluntarily
give up certain rights for the benefit of the community. As the
certain lots had slightly different owner restrictions. For example, the
first sections were
permitted basketball goals out front and above ground swimming pools that
in subsequent sections.
This where you can learn about your Lot's restrictions and how to submit
plans to the Documents & Deeds Committee.
Property Improvements ~ Submitting a
Homeowners making property improvements should review their
Deed Restrictions to ensure
following the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions
for the Adam's Run
CC&Rs are listed on this page according to Lot numbers.
Property improvements must be approved by the Documents & Deeds
Committee. It is easy to
your request, just follow these steps:
1. Review your CC&R.
2. Review the Instructions on the first page of the
Improvement Request Form.
3. Complete the Property Improvement Request Form. You MUST know the
Section you live in and
the Lot Number. You can find this on the Section Maps under
4. Send all the required documents (plot plan, city approvals,
material type, etc.) with the Request
to the Documents & Deeds Committee at:
Adam's Run Homeowner's Association
Attn: Documents & Deeds
PO Box 91003
Louisville, KY 40291
If an Adams Run Homeowner wishes to register a complaint with regard to
of the Deed Restrictions against another Adams Run Homeowner, the proper
to follow is
Step 1: The Complainant must send a letter (or the
Complaint Form) via US Mail to
the ARHOA Post Office Box or via email to
firstname.lastname@example.org . The letter must
identify the complaint, the address of the violation, and the name and address of the
Anonymous letters will not be acknowledged.
Please send form with Attn: Deeds and Documents
Committee - on the front of the envelope.
Step 2: Upon receipt of the notice, the Document & Deeds committee
will confer to
determine the presence of a violation.
Step 3: If the complaint is ruled valid, written notice will be sent
to the non-compliant
If the complaint is ruled invalid, an explanation will be sent to
Step 4: Failure to reach compliance within allotted time frame will
result in further action
according to particular restriction. This could result in the matter being
brought to the
attention of the Board of Directors for further enforcement action (including, but not
to, legal action).
Step 5: If the homeowner fails to comply, the Documents & Deeds
Committee brings the
issue back to
the Board for enforcement action (i.e. legal action).