How To Get Approval
Application and plans should be mailed or hand delivered to:
Arrowhead Ranch Phase V HOA
c/o Planned Development Services
8765 W. Kelton Lane
Building A-1, Suite 102
Peoria, AZ 85382
The following information should be included:
Architectural Paint Form
An application form is available (CLICK HERE) or by calling the Community Manager. Paint submittals do not require a Site Map.
Architectural Review Form
An application form is available (CLICK HERE) or by calling the Community Manager.
Architectural submittals must include a site plan showing dimensions of the lot, the dimensions of the existing dwelling in relation to the lot, and the dimensions of the proposed addition in relation to the existing dwelling and property lines (setbacks). A site plan can be obtained from the City of Glendale, Development Services at 5850 W. Glendale Ave. Measurements must be written on the plans. An accompanying photograph of the proposed location would be helpful as well.
Architectural submittals must include a detailed description of materials to be used and color samples must be submitted.
Incomplete submittals will automatically be denied. Incomplete submittals will also terminate suspension of fines for related violations. A copy of the submittal should be kept by the homeowner, as well as, any related correspondence.
Submittals, plans, and accompanying samples (generally) become the property of the Association and will not be returned to the homeowner.
All buildings and structures erected within Arrowhead Ranch Phase V and the use and appearance of all land within the Association, shall comply with all applicable City of Glendale zoning and code requirements as well as the CC&R’s and these Guidelines.
Review – Approval and/or Denial
The Architectural Committee shall have sixty (60) days after submittal of the completed plan package, and any additional supporting information, plans and specifications requested by the Committee, to approve or disapprove plans. Review and approval or denial will include, but not be limited to, consideration of architectural design material, colors, harmony with the external design and color of existing structures on the Lot and on neighboring Lots. The location of the improvement with respect to topography and finished grade elevation is also considered.
Neither the Architectural Committee, nor the Board, nor the Declarant shall have any liability in connection with or related to approved plans, specifications, or improvements. The approval of the plans does not mean that judgment is passed on the structural soundness of the addition nor its effect upon existing or future drainage. The review of the plans is for aesthetic purposes only.
For projects not completed, approval granted by the Architectural Review Committee expires in six (6) months from the approval date. Approved projects shall be completed within three (3) months of onset of construction.