Architectural Control Committee

The Architectural Control Committee is responsible for compliance of physical changes to the exterior of homes.  The committee is also responsible for enforcing other guidelines in our CC&Rs.  The chair of the Architectural Control Committee must be a board member per ARS 33-1817 Section B.1.

Architectural Control

Most changes to home exteriors require approval by the Architectural Control Committee.  Such changes include, but are not limited to,

  • Room additions
  • Roof style/height modification
  • Roof repair or replacement
  • Additional windows and/or doors (Replacement windows and doors for the same size opening do not require approval.)
  • Trim paint
  • Patio walls/fences
  • In-ground pools
  • Driveways
  • Solar panels

Homeowners should read the Architectural Control Policy and Guidelines before planning any project.  Members of the committee are always available to informally consult with you before you begin your application process.  A copy of the guidelines is available by clicking on the following link:

Architectural Control Committee Guidelines (This will open in a new tab.)

Please note that homeowners are responsible for applying for required Pima County building permits and complying with all applicable building codes.  Homeowners whose property adjoins any Common Area might be required to produce a certified survey to ensure no improvement encroaches on Common Area.

When you are ready to prepare your application, please download the application form and its cover letter by clicking on the following links:

Architectural Change Application Cover Letter (This will open in a new tab.)

Architectural Change Application Form (This will open in a new tab.)

Upon receipt of your application, the committee will review the application and supporting documents and schedule a site visit.  The committee will approve or disapprove your application within thirty days of receipt.  If there are deficiencies in the application or more time is needed to study it, the committee can disapprove the application but ask the homeowner to resubmit the application when all information is available to make a decision.

Please contact the Architectural Control Committee at with your questions or comments.

CC&R Enforcement

The CC&R Enforcement Committee addresses violations of the Covenants, Conditions and Rules (CC&R’s) which can include existing architectural issues, barking dogs, illegally parked vehicles, etc. All residents of the Foothills Clusters are bound by the CC&R’s…homeowners and renters alike.

Whenever possible, the committee tries to resolve issues informally with the residents and/or homeowners. If necessary, the committee will initiate legal proceedings with the homeowners who are responsible for all activities occurring on their property. You can read the CC&R enforcement policy by clicking on the following link:

CC&R Enforcement Policy (This will open in a new tab.)

Please contact the CC&R Enforcement Committee at with your questions or comments.