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Welcome Home to Lafitte's Landing Subdivision a clean, safe, a well maintain neighborhood governed by protective convents and conditions.

 
The aesthetic influences found throughout our community can be traced through the rich history and heritage of Louisiana with all the charm of its culture clearly reflected in the architectural styles that are displayed throughout the neighborhood, Coastal/Caribbean, Contemporary Southern, Old New Orleans, or French Provincial, which each style adding its own distinct character and personality, yet all work together to provide variety and interest. Enjoy Smuggler’s Lagoon Park, the stocked pond and playground all located within walking distance from any home. All of this just located just a few minutes from all Lafayette, Broussard and Youngsville have to offer. Easy assess to W. Pinhook Road, Verot School Road, Kaliste Saloom Road and Johnston Street via Camellia Blvd.
 
 
 
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NEW AMENDMENTS
Posted on Dec 21st, 2016 Comments (0)
 
Abbreviated Version of the Protective Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions as a quick guide. Please visit our web site (www.lafitteslanding.org) TO view the full version of the Protective Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions
 
 
NOTICES
 
Please note that under Paragraph 45, Page 31, of the Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated August 12th, 2011, states:
 
and
 
The Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated December 20th,2016 states:
 
Step 1. Homeowners is sent a warning by the following methods including, but not limited to, U. S. mail, email or by posting attached warning on homeowners’ front door or in person that they are in violation and being warned to such and have seven (7) calendar days to correct the violation or provide a reasonable plan of action to address it.
 
Step 2. If the violation is not adequately addressed in the course of a re-inspection after the 14-day grace period, a fine of $100 will be levied against the Homeowner.
 
Step 3. Continued failure to correct a violation will be addressed by additional increases on the previous fine for each 14 days of non-compliance based on re-inspections up to $1000.00 fine.
 
The escalation will be as follows:
 
28 days in violation, $150.00
42days in violation, $250.00
56 days in violation, $100.00 fine a day until the correction or total of $1000.00
The fines are cumulative.
 
Step 4.   Continued failure to correct a violation for 90 days will result in the matter being sent to HOA attorney for legal action.
 
Should a Homeowner become a repeat offender for the same violation within a calendar year of the date of the initial warning letter, they will immediately be placed into Step 3 of the above process starting with $100.00 fine.
 
All costs to the HOA associated with enforcing the Fining Policy or legal fees will be assessed to the Homeowner in violation.
 
Warning shall be deemed to have been delivered on the second (2rd) day
 
Each owner shall be required to provide an email address for the purpose of service of notices of warning of protective covenant. Such email address may be changed from time to time by notice in writing given by such person to the Association.
 
 
Please note that under Paragraph 12, Page 18 of the Act of Dedication, and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision states:
 
If delivery is made by mail, it shall be deemed to have been delivered on the third (3rd) day (other than a Sunday or legal holiday) after a copy of same has been deposited in the United States mail, Postage prepaid addressed to the person at the address given by such person to the Association for the purpose of service of notices or to the residence of such person if no address has been given to the Assocation. Such address may be changed from time to time by notice in writing given by such person to the Association.
 
Parking
 
Please note that under The Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated December 20th, states:
 
 
Parking: All parking must be off the street. On-site parking areas must be hard surfaced asphalt or concrete, The Lafitte's Landing Homeowners' Association or its Board of Directors may adopt rules regarding parking to accommodate special occasions or events.
 
 
Mobile Homes Prohibited:  The placing and parking of house trailers or mobile homes on any lot in the subdivision shall be prohibited.  No motor home, travel trailer, camper or other similar recreational vehicle may be used as a residence on any lot. Any such vehicle, as well as any boats and boat trailers, must be parked and kept behind the front setback line within a closed building or enclosure so that it is not visible from the street.  No such vehicles may be parked on the street in front of any residence longer than twenty-four (24) hours, and no vehicle may be placed on blocks or any immovable positions on any lots or street in this subdivision.
 
In order to facilitate each Owner providing space for parking two (2) automobiles off street in the carport area, carport is to be clear of all items. No furniture, appliance, garbage cans, grills storage sheds, racks, or lawnmowers are to be placed in carport area, All such items are to be located at side of home behind the privacy gate as not to be visible from street. Small outdoor furniture, plants, or fountains may be allowed in carport area with written prior Association Board approval as long as two (2) vehicles can fit in the carport area.
 
 Parking is prohibited that impedes or blocks visibility of Subdivision amenities, including but not limited to the patio home mail box area, the sign monument area, etc. All sidewalks shall be kept free of vehicle parking at all times, no exceptions.
 
Residents must park their vehicles in their driveways, garages or carports. All four (4) tires must be located on driveway.
 
No parking will be allowed on grass / lawns at any time.
 
Parking shall not block or impede traffic and/or emergency vehicles, or block residents’ parking.
 
Guest Parking
 
To provide additional short term guest parking:
Ø Lafitte’s Landing Pass, Barataria Bay Point, Pirates Cove, Hideaway Cove, Sacred Heart and the 200 block of Treasure Cove: Guests will be permitted to park their vehicles on streets and/or private roads. All sidewalks shall be kept free of vehicle parking at all times, no exceptions.
Ø 100 block of Treasure Cove: Guests will be permitted to park vehicles on the driveway and the adjoining hard pave surface of the resident of whom they are visiting. Vehicles shall not protrude onto the roadway more than two (2) feet.
Ø Alley 1 and Alley 2: Guest will be permitted to park vehicles on the hard surface next to the driveway of the resident of whom they are visiting.
Ø Additional short term parking for Park Participants and short term Guest Parking will be permitted on hard paved surfaces located at Smuggler Lagoon. All other will be subject to towed at owner’s expense.
Ø Short term guests will be defined as anyone staying overnight more three (3) consecutive days in any given 30-day period.  Please contact LLHA Board for approval of a temporary parking exceptions.
Ø Homeowners will be held responsible for Parking Violations of their guest and subject to all fines. See: Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated August 12th, 2011 Paragraph 45 P. 31:
 
 
Trash Cans
 
Please note that under Paragraph 31, Page 11, of the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision states:
 
Garbage Containers: "No open garbage containers or piles of garbage shall be allowed to remain on any Lot.  Garbage cans must be screened from neighbors and the public view by fencing, landscaping or other screening devices that are acceptable to the ARC.  All garbage, trash and other refuse must be placed in containers at a place convenient for pickup service.  Construction debris shall be handled and disposed of as required by the ARC."
 
Please note that under the Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated December 20th, states:
 
Garbage Containers must be placed out of public view within twenty-four (24) hours of trash pickup by the refuse collector.
 
Please note that under Paragraph 10, Page7, of the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision states:
 
Trash Disposal:  No trash, refuse, scrap lumber, metal, or piles of garbage, and nor grass, shrub or tree clippings will be allowed between the rear of any residence and the street bordering the lot on which the residence is located, and all such trash, refuse, etc., must be kept out of sight, and to the rear of the residence, and except that such trash, refuse, etc., may be maintained at such times as may be reasonably necessary to permit garbage or trash pickup in such containers as are necessary for such pickup.
 
 
Satellite Dish
 
Please note that Antennae, Paragraph 20, P. 8 Antennae of the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision states:
 
Antennae: No facilities, including poles and wires, for the transmission of electricity, telephone messages and the like, shall be placed or maintained above the surface of the ground in the subdivision, except such poles and overhead facilities as may be required at those places where distribution facilities enter and leave the particular area.  No external or outside antennas of any kind shall be permitted that are, or will be, visible from the street.  Nothing herein shall be construed to prohibit the placement of small (not greater than 20" in diameter) dish antennas, provided that said antennas shall not be visible from the street to the front of the house.  Nothing herein shall be construed to prohibit overhead street lights or ornamental yard lighting where serviced by underground wires or cables, or to prohibit temporary service provided by Appearer to builders during construction.
 
Repair of Buildings
 
Please note that under, Paragraph 22, P. 8 of the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision states:
 
All improvements hereinafter constructed upon any land within Lafitte's Landing shall be at all times be kept in good condition and repair and adequately painted or otherwise finished by the owner.  The opinion of the ARC as to the acceptability of such condition shall be final.
 
 Please note that under P.12 the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, paragraph 2 states:
 
The ARC shall approve plans and specifications for all improvements of Lafitte’s Landing. No building shall be erected, placed or altered on any lots subject to these Restrictions until the construction plans and specifications, and a site plan showing the location of the structure on the lot, have been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the Architectural Review Committee.
 
 
Lawn & Landscape Maintenance
 
Please note that under Paragraph 7, P. 6   of the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants ("ADRC") of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision and Paragraph 42, P. 27
 
Lawn & Landscaping: All property in front of residences will be sodded or planted with grass and will be kept mowed, and in a presentable condition.  Grass will not be allowed to grow higher than six (6) inches above grade.  All landscaping plans and materials inclusive but not limited to retaining walls, walks, fountains etc. shall be subject to approval of the ARC prior to commencing work.  All landscaping shall be in keeping with the overall theme of the subdivision.  No rock gardens shall be permitted.
 
Please note that under, the Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated July 6th, 2011 Paragraph 42, P. 27, states:
 
Homeowners whose property backs onto the retention lake, are responsible for maintaining their rear lawn and keeping it no higher than six (6) inches above grade.  Under no circumstances, should grass or weed clippings be thrown or deposited into the retention lake.
 
Please note that under, the Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated August 12th, 2011 Paragraph 48, P. 32, states:
 
All properties should be kept neat and well-maintained at all times.  Yard Maintenance needed: "Yards must be maintained on a basis frequent enough to maintain an overall well-kept appearance.
 
This includes:
Mowing: Front yard and side yard of corner lots;
Edging: Sidewalk, driveway, and curb; no runners should be showing on paved surfaces;
Weed control; Flowerbeds, non-lawn areas, and cracks of sidewalks, and driveways."
Sports Equipment
 
Please note that underthe Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated July 6th, 2011 Paragraph 44, P. 27, states:
 
No basketball goals or other goals, nets, skateboard ramps, or other sports equipment of any nature shall be placed in the carport area or in front of homes.
 
 
 
LAFAYETTE PARISH ANIMAL CODES
 
Sec. 10-324. - Animal excrement removal.
No person shall allow any animal under his or her direct or physical control by leash, tether or other apparatus to be upon public property or upon the property of another, absent the consent of the owner or occupant of the property, without some device for the removal and containment of such animal's excrement; nor shall any person fail to remove any excrement deposited by any animal under his or her control on public or private property.
This section shall not apply to guide animals under the control of a blind person or animals trained to assist or support a person with a disability.
A person may be found guilty or held liable under this section although the commission of the offense did not occur in the presence of a law enforcement officer if the evidence presented to the court establishes that the animal causing the violation of this section was owned by or under the direct or physical control of such person.
Whoever fails to comply with the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

(Ord. No. O-113-2005, § 2, 5-3-05) Sec. 10-121. - Running at large.
(a) Prohibited. No animal shall be allowed to run at large, whether he be tagged or untagged or whether he be on private or public property, except where such private property is the private property of such owner or person in charge and such property precludes the escape or possible escape of such animal, and except as provided in subsection (b) of this section.
(b) Exception.
(1) The immediate area on the right, inside the Couret Drive entry of Moore Park, including the pond, is an assigned area for exercising dogs, training hunting and other dogs, and obedience training of dogs.
(2) Owners of dogs using this assigned area must have voice control over dogs to ensure that dogs do not interfere with or endanger citizens using Moore Park.
(3) Violators of this subsection will be prohibited from future use of this designated area for dog training or exercising.
(City Code 1965, § 6-18)
 
Sec. 10-321. - Destruction of dogs running at large.
Dogs found running at large may be destroyed.
(Parish Code 1977, § 5-22)
 
Abbreviated Version of the Protective Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions as a quick guide. Please visit our web site (www.lafitteslanding.org) TO view the full version of the Protective Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions
 
 
NOTICES
 
Please note that under Paragraph 45, Page 31, of the Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated August 12th, 2011, states:
 
and
 
The Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated December 20th,2016 states:
 
Step 1. Homeowners is sent a warning by the following methods including, but not limited to, U. S. mail, email or by posting attached warning on homeowners’ front door or in person that they are in violation and being warned to such and have seven (7) calendar days to correct the violation or provide a reasonable plan of action to address it.
 
Step 2. If the violation is not adequately addressed in the course of a re-inspection after the 14-day grace period, a fine of $100 will be levied against the Homeowner.
 
Step 3. Continued failure to correct a violation will be addressed by additional increases on the previous fine for each 14 days of non-compliance based on re-inspections up to $1000.00 fine.
 
The escalation will be as follows:
 
28 days in violation, $150.00
42days in violation, $250.00
56 days in violation, $100.00 fine a day until the correction or total of $1000.00
The fines are cumulative.
 
Step 4.   Continued failure to correct a violation for 90 days will result in the matter being sent to HOA attorney for legal action.
 
Should a Homeowner become a repeat offender for the same violation within a calendar year of the date of the initial warning letter, they will immediately be placed into Step 3 of the above process starting with $100.00 fine.
 
All costs to the HOA associated with enforcing the Fining Policy or legal fees will be assessed to the Homeowner in violation.
 
Warning shall be deemed to have been delivered on the second (2rd) day
 
Each owner shall be required to provide an email address for the purpose of service of notices of warning of protective covenant. Such email address may be changed from time to time by notice in writing given by such person to the Association.
 
 
Please note that under Paragraph 12, Page 18 of the Act of Dedication, and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision states:
 
If delivery is made by mail, it shall be deemed to have been delivered on the third (3rd) day (other than a Sunday or legal holiday) after a copy of same has been deposited in the United States mail, Postage prepaid addressed to the person at the address given by such person to the Association for the purpose of service of notices or to the residence of such person if no address has been given to the Assocation. Such address may be changed from time to time by notice in writing given by such person to the Association.
 
Parking
 
Please note that under The Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated December 20th, states:
 
 
Parking: All parking must be off the street. On-site parking areas must be hard surfaced asphalt or concrete, The Lafitte's Landing Homeowners' Association or its Board of Directors may adopt rules regarding parking to accommodate special occasions or events.
 
 
Mobile Homes Prohibited:  The placing and parking of house trailers or mobile homes on any lot in the subdivision shall be prohibited.  No motor home, travel trailer, camper or other similar recreational vehicle may be used as a residence on any lot. Any such vehicle, as well as any boats and boat trailers, must be parked and kept behind the front setback line within a closed building or enclosure so that it is not visible from the street.  No such vehicles may be parked on the street in front of any residence longer than twenty-four (24) hours, and no vehicle may be placed on blocks or any immovable positions on any lots or street in this subdivision.
 
In order to facilitate each Owner providing space for parking two (2) automobiles off street in the carport area, carport is to be clear of all items. No furniture, appliance, garbage cans, grills storage sheds, racks, or lawnmowers are to be placed in carport area, All such items are to be located at side of home behind the privacy gate as not to be visible from street. Small outdoor furniture, plants, or fountains may be allowed in carport area with written prior Association Board approval as long as two (2) vehicles can fit in the carport area.
 
 Parking is prohibited that impedes or blocks visibility of Subdivision amenities, including but not limited to the patio home mail box area, the sign monument area, etc. All sidewalks shall be kept free of vehicle parking at all times, no exceptions.
 
Residents must park their vehicles in their driveways, garages or carports. All four (4) tires must be located on driveway.
 
No parking will be allowed on grass / lawns at any time.
 
Parking shall not block or impede traffic and/or emergency vehicles, or block residents’ parking.
 
Guest Parking
 
To provide additional short term guest parking:
Ø Lafitte’s Landing Pass, Barataria Bay Point, Pirates Cove, Hideaway Cove, Sacred Heart and the 200 block of Treasure Cove: Guests will be permitted to park their vehicles on streets and/or private roads. All sidewalks shall be kept free of vehicle parking at all times, no exceptions.
Ø 100 block of Treasure Cove: Guests will be permitted to park vehicles on the driveway and the adjoining hard pave surface of the resident of whom they are visiting. Vehicles shall not protrude onto the roadway more than two (2) feet.
Ø Alley 1 and Alley 2: Guest will be permitted to park vehicles on the hard surface next to the driveway of the resident of whom they are visiting.
Ø Additional short term parking for Park Participants and short term Guest Parking will be permitted on hard paved surfaces located at Smuggler Lagoon. All other will be subject to towed at owner’s expense.
Ø Short term guests will be defined as anyone staying overnight more three (3) consecutive days in any given 30-day period.  Please contact LLHA Board for approval of a temporary parking exceptions.
Ø Homeowners will be held responsible for Parking Violations of their guest and subject to all fines. See: Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated August 12th, 2011 Paragraph 45 P. 31:
 
 
Trash Cans
 
Please note that under Paragraph 31, Page 11, of the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision states:
 
Garbage Containers: "No open garbage containers or piles of garbage shall be allowed to remain on any Lot.  Garbage cans must be screened from neighbors and the public view by fencing, landscaping or other screening devices that are acceptable to the ARC.  All garbage, trash and other refuse must be placed in containers at a place convenient for pickup service.  Construction debris shall be handled and disposed of as required by the ARC."
 
Please note that under the Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated December 20th, states:
 
Garbage Containers must be placed out of public view within twenty-four (24) hours of trash pickup by the refuse collector.
 
Please note that under Paragraph 10, Page7, of the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision states:
 
Trash Disposal:  No trash, refuse, scrap lumber, metal, or piles of garbage, and nor grass, shrub or tree clippings will be allowed between the rear of any residence and the street bordering the lot on which the residence is located, and all such trash, refuse, etc., must be kept out of sight, and to the rear of the residence, and except that such trash, refuse, etc., may be maintained at such times as may be reasonably necessary to permit garbage or trash pickup in such containers as are necessary for such pickup.
 
 
Satellite Dish
 
Please note that Antennae, Paragraph 20, P. 8 Antennae of the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision states:
 
Antennae: No facilities, including poles and wires, for the transmission of electricity, telephone messages and the like, shall be placed or maintained above the surface of the ground in the subdivision, except such poles and overhead facilities as may be required at those places where distribution facilities enter and leave the particular area.  No external or outside antennas of any kind shall be permitted that are, or will be, visible from the street.  Nothing herein shall be construed to prohibit the placement of small (not greater than 20" in diameter) dish antennas, provided that said antennas shall not be visible from the street to the front of the house.  Nothing herein shall be construed to prohibit overhead street lights or ornamental yard lighting where serviced by underground wires or cables, or to prohibit temporary service provided by Appearer to builders during construction.
 
Repair of Buildings
 
Please note that under, Paragraph 22, P. 8 of the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision states:
 
All improvements hereinafter constructed upon any land within Lafitte's Landing shall be at all times be kept in good condition and repair and adequately painted or otherwise finished by the owner.  The opinion of the ARC as to the acceptability of such condition shall be final.
 
 Please note that under P.12 the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, paragraph 2 states:
 
The ARC shall approve plans and specifications for all improvements of Lafitte’s Landing. No building shall be erected, placed or altered on any lots subject to these Restrictions until the construction plans and specifications, and a site plan showing the location of the structure on the lot, have been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the Architectural Review Committee.
 
 
Lawn & Landscape Maintenance
 
Please note that under Paragraph 7, P. 6   of the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants ("ADRC") of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision and Paragraph 42, P. 27
 
Lawn & Landscaping: All property in front of residences will be sodded or planted with grass and will be kept mowed, and in a presentable condition.  Grass will not be allowed to grow higher than six (6) inches above grade.  All landscaping plans and materials inclusive but not limited to retaining walls, walks, fountains etc. shall be subject to approval of the ARC prior to commencing work.  All landscaping shall be in keeping with the overall theme of the subdivision.  No rock gardens shall be permitted.
 
Please note that under, the Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated July 6th, 2011 Paragraph 42, P. 27, states:
 
Homeowners whose property backs onto the retention lake, are responsible for maintaining their rear lawn and keeping it no higher than six (6) inches above grade.  Under no circumstances, should grass or weed clippings be thrown or deposited into the retention lake.
 
Please note that under, the Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated August 12th, 2011 Paragraph 48, P. 32, states:
 
All properties should be kept neat and well-maintained at all times.  Yard Maintenance needed: "Yards must be maintained on a basis frequent enough to maintain an overall well-kept appearance.
 
This includes:
Mowing: Front yard and side yard of corner lots;
Edging: Sidewalk, driveway, and curb; no runners should be showing on paved surfaces;
Weed control; Flowerbeds, non-lawn areas, and cracks of sidewalks, and driveways."
Sports Equipment
 
Please note that underthe Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated July 6th, 2011 Paragraph 44, P. 27, states:
 
No basketball goals or other goals, nets, skateboard ramps, or other sports equipment of any nature shall be placed in the carport area or in front of homes.
 
 
 
LAFAYETTE PARISH ANIMAL CODES
 
Sec. 10-324. - Animal excrement removal.
No person shall allow any animal under his or her direct or physical control by leash, tether or other apparatus to be upon public property or upon the property of another, absent the consent of the owner or occupant of the property, without some device for the removal and containment of such animal's excrement; nor shall any person fail to remove any excrement deposited by any animal under his or her control on public or private property.
This section shall not apply to guide animals under the control of a blind person or animals trained to assist or support a person with a disability.
A person may be found guilty or held liable under this section although the commission of the offense did not occur in the presence of a law enforcement officer if the evidence presented to the court establishes that the animal causing the violation of this section was owned by or under the direct or physical control of such person.
Whoever fails to comply with the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

(Ord. No. O-113-2005, § 2, 5-3-05) Sec. 10-121. - Running at large.
(a) Prohibited. No animal shall be allowed to run at large, whether he be tagged or untagged or whether he be on private or public property, except where such private property is the private property of such owner or person in charge and such property precludes the escape or possible escape of such animal, and except as provided in subsection (b) of this section.
(b) Exception.
(1) The immediate area on the right, inside the Couret Drive entry of Moore Park, including the pond, is an assigned area for exercising dogs, training hunting and other dogs, and obedience training of dogs.
(2) Owners of dogs using this assigned area must have voice control over dogs to ensure that dogs do not interfere with or endanger citizens using Moore Park.
(3) Violators of this subsection will be prohibited from future use of this designated area for dog training or exercising.
(City Code 1965, § 6-18)
 
Sec. 10-321. - Destruction of dogs running at large.
Dogs found running at large may be destroyed.
(Parish Code 1977, § 5-22)
 
 
 

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The Benefits of Getting Involved with Your Homeowners' Association

The officers of homeowners' associations are responsible for the maintenance, upkeep, and financial management of common areas in condo complexes and neighborhoods.

Being involved in any homeowners' association generally means more than participating in the financial aspects. Becoming an active member of your association isn't as difficult as you might think. Most HOA's hold open meetings quarterly or annually. More often than not, your HOA board needs input and opinions from its owners.

Why Get Involved?

I'm a firm believer in community involvement; if you're not involved, you have no right to gripe. Don't sit back and expect someone else to do your job for you. You reap the benefits and rewards of a well-run association; and, in the long run, this maintains or improves your property value. And it's a great way to network other owners.
 
What You Can Do

Volunteer to handle small tasks, like coordinating newsletters or compiling directories.

Contribute by organizing a social event, researching items to be purchased or, locating new maintenance services (landscaping services, insurance, etc.).
 
Join a committee.
 
Attended annual association meetings.
 
Report Violations
 
Follow HOA Bylaws
 
All of these activities will be much appreciated and none require you to be at a board meeting every month.
 
 
HOA's biggest gripe of all: When voting on issues, not enough people send in their proxies, so they don't have the necessary quorum. Some by-laws have very strict guidelines concerning what needs to be approved by the board and what requires a quorum. If an HOA board can't get the quorum to vote, the board's hands are tied.
The main reason people don't send in their proxies is because they don't know who the board member candidates are. I think it's better to vote for someone you don't know than not vote at all. Again, not having a quorum can tie the board's hands.

Remember the saying: "10% of the people do 100% of the work?" A homeowners' association wouldn't be quite the burden to a few if everyone took some time to take responsibility for some of the tasks. Get involved!



Research Your Homeowners Association (HOA)

I don't know what the case is with your homeowners association, but if you want to know what's going on, start showing up to the monthly meetings. Ask for a copy of last year's budget, the current year's budget and the year-to-date expenses for the property. You should also ask for a copy of the building minutes and read what's going on.

You may find that the fees are reasonable. Part of your monthly fees may go to pay for the insurance policy on the association buildings along with fees for utilities and repairs and maintenance issues. Often, people think that the fees might be outrageous and don't see the benefit for the amount they pay. But you first need to see where the money is going to determine if there is anything wrong.

Once you look at the budget, you'll have a better idea about the financial matters of your association. While the common areas may not be cared for the way you would like, you may find that the association has other, bigger problems on its plate and is doing the best it can without increasing the assessments even more.

If you find the association is wasting money, you could decide to run for the board, so you can have a direct hand in running the association properly
.