Last updated on May 14th, 2018 by jmw to correct link errors.
This page is under development and is an incomplete list of rules that Canyon Creek residents must follow.
Although rules may be simplified for readability, the following source references (and others not listed) prevail:
- Texas Property Code, Title 11, Restrictive Covenants, Chapter 202: Construction and Enforcement of Restrictive Covenants
- Texas Property Code, Title 11, Restrictive Covenants, Chapter 209: Texas Residential Property Owners Protection Act,
- Canyon Creek Articles of Incorporation,
- Canyon Creek Bylaws, and
- Canyon Creek Master Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (DCCRs)
In general signage is not allowed in Canyon Creek. See the Canyon Creek DCCR document Article 3.3 Signs. Key exceptions as noted:
- School spirit and team signage for elementary, middle, high school and collage teams are allowed. This signage is in demonstration of support for our children's athletic and team efforts (i.e. band). College spirit flags are typically displayed during basketball and football seasons, though there is no restriction on when.
- Political Signage which may may not be displayed earlier than 90 days before a candidates election or later than 10 days after a candidates election. Additional restrictions apply. See 202.009. REGULATION OF DISPLAY OF POLITICAL SIGNS of the Texas CONSTRUCTION AND ENFORCEMENT OF RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS
- Business signage is never allowed.
- Real Estate signage may be displayed for actively listed property. "Open House" signage placed in common areas, should be removed after the open house engagement is complete.