Cape Carancahua Property Owners' Association, Inc.
                PROCEDURE TO ACQUIRE A PERMIT
                                     Effective 7/1/2017
No permit will be issued to any property owner who is currently in violation of Cape Carancahua policies
or Deed Restrictions.

Any and all new construction, as well as exterior modifications to existing structures, fences, driveways,
culverts, and so forth must be permitted by the Architectural Control Committee and confirmed by the
Board of Directors.

A Construction Permit Application package for the desired construction must be submitted to the Cape
Carancahua POA Office no later than 72 hours in advance of a meeting of the Architectural Control
Committee.  The Construction Permit Application package must include the property lot number, 9-1-1
address and the name and mailing address of the property owner(s).  It must be accompanied by the
required fee and either a stamped survey plat or a scaled unofficial drawing (see each "Requirement" for
the plat type required) with dimensions showing the property lines and easements, specifications, and
details about proposed construction, and any and all fences, structures, culverts, and septic systems.
If sufficient information is not included, or if the Application Package is not complete, the application will
not be considered by the Architectural Control Committee.  This may cause delays in starting the
construction.

An approved culvert must be in place before any other construction is begun.

No materials may be brought into the Cape, nor construction started, until the permit application has
been approved.  Property owner must agree that if any construction is begun without a valid permit
having been issued and conspicuously displayed on the property, non-compliance fees will be assessed
and the matter may be turned over to the CCPOA attorney for legal remedy and that the property owner
will be liable for attorney fees, court costs, and other applicable fees.  Property owner agrees to grant
reasonable access to the property by members of the ACC and CCPOA Board of Directors to determine
compliance and progress until such time as the project is completed.


                                                    DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES,
                              BEGIN ANY CONSTRUCTION WITHOUT AN APPROVED PERMIT


        All submissions must include a "Construction Permit Application"
                                      and any associated requirement forms.
                            CONSTRUCTION PERMIT APPLICATION
                                                                                              Effective July 1, 2017

To be completed by the property owner or designee.  Completed Construction Permit Application packages must be submitted at the CCPOA Office no less than 72 hours prior to the ACC meeting at which they will be considered.  All permit fees must be attached.

The Application must be approved by the Architectural Control Committee and ratified by the CCPOA Board of Directors before the project is begun.

Property Owner(s)___________________________________  Lot #(s)_________________

9-1-1 Address_______________________________________________________________
(Contact Golden Crescent Regional Planning Commission, 911 Department at 877- 917-3911 or 361-578-1587 to obtain your 911 address.  The ACC will not review your permit application without this information.)

Mailing Address______________________________________________________________

City__________________________________________State__________Zip_____________

Home Phone_________________________ Alternate Phone_________________________

Email_____________________________________________________________________

Proposed Construction________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________

Materials to be used: Attach detailed materials buy list

New home or addition square footage______________  Approx. start date______________

Contractor Name, Address, Phone#, and email ____________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________

As a Member of the Association in good standing and current on all dues, fees, and obligations, I hereby apply for a Construction Permit from the Cape Carancahua Architectural Control Committee and Board of Directors.  I hereby state that I have read and am familiar with the Deed Restrictions of the subdivision and agree to abide by all requirements as set forth in the Restrictions, Conditions and Covenants of Cape Carancahua and the requirements and policies promulgated by the Cape Carancahua Board of Directors and Architectural Control Committee.

I understand that I am responsible for any construction debris and I have informed my contractor he is to keep such debris, and any of his equipment, off any property not owned by me.  I understand that I am responsible for damages to the property of others or to CCPOA property or ditches and rights-of-way caused by my contractor.  A suitable trash receptacle and sanitary station are required to be on all new home construction sites.

I am familiar with, and have informed my contractor about the speed limits and truck routes from the construction entrance gate, and other applicable rules set forth by the CCPOA.   I have informed my contractor that the construction gate is to be used by vehicles weighing 10,000 pounds or more and that all other vehicles are to gain access through the main entrance.


In the event that I do not abide by the Deed Restrictions, and if corrective action is not taken when requested, I understand and agree that I will be assessed non-compliance fees for each infraction and will be responsible for all attorney fees, court costs, and other damages and expenses incurred by CCPOA that may be necessary to enforce compliance.

The Architectural Control Committee and Board of Directors reserve the right to approve or disapprove the following, per Article 6.02 of the Deed Restrictions, to wit:
6.02a  The type and sizes of the proposed construction;
6.02b  The quality of materials and workmanship; and
6.02c  The harmony of the exterior design in relation to existing structures and the location with respect to topography of the property.

I understand that I am responsible for all required permits from County, State, or Federal agencies and I agree to furnish copies of these permits to the CCPOA Office.

In the event that I cover my culvert or water line, I understand that I am solely responsible for all replacement and repairs should it become necessary for CCPOA or CCWSC to remove the covering and that they are not responsible for any damages to culverts or grounds.  I am responsible for all costs incurred.

All Construction Permit Fees Must be Attached

CONSTRUCTION MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN 180 DAYS OF APPROVED START DATE

I agree that if any construction is begun without an approved permit having been issued and placed conspicuously on the property, non-compliance fees will be assessed and the matter may be turned over to the CCPOA attorney for legal remedy and that I am fully liable for all attorney fees, court costs, and any other applicable fees.  I hereby grant reasonable access to my property by members of the Architectural Control Committee and the CCPOA Board of Directors for progress assessment until the project is completed.

Construction must be completed as approved.  Any changes  in the approved application must be submitted for approval prior to construction.

_________________________________________   ____________________
Signature of Property Owner(s)                                Date

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This section to be completed by ACC Members, CCPOA Board of Directors, Culvert Inspector, and/or Maintenance Supervisor (if required)

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Comments:  ______________________________________________________________________________

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The CCPOA and ACC are responsible only for ascertaining that our building restrictions are met.  We make no warranty (implied or otherwise) concerning structural or design strengths.
                   
                                Building Permit Fees
                                                                    Effective January 1, 2018

Applications must be received in the Office at least 72 hours before the scheduled ACC meeting.  Permit fees must be attached to all applications in order for the application to be considered for approval.

A building permit application must be submitted to the ACC for any exterior changes to your property (other than landscaping), whether or not a permit fee is required.

Administration filing fee, all applications $ 10
  (including those with no permit fee)  

New Home Construction*     $750
New Mobile Home*     $750
Addition to existing home $310
  (increase in home footprint)    
Addition to existing home     $100
  (no increase in home footprint
Roof replacement     $100
Bulkhead construction/replacement/repair  $310
Pier construction/replacement/repair $185
Garage     $310
Carport     $  50
Concrete slab     $  50
Storage building     $  50
Culvert     $  50
Driveway     $  50
Septic system     $125
Deck     $  50
In-ground pool     $310
Extension of existing permit     $  50

*Permit fee includes house, septic system, garage, carport, storage building, culvert, driveway, and deck if plans for such items are included with the original application and shown on the included plat.
Example of Permit Plat
                                    Requirements
               New Housing, Additions, or Modifications
                                                                                      Effective February 11, 2018

Please read, sign, and attach to the Construction Permit Application
No materials may be brought into the Cape, nor construction started until the permit
application has been approved.  I agree that if any construction is begun without a valid
permit having been issued and conspicuously displayed on the property, non-compliance fees
will be assessed and the matter may be turned over to the CCPOA attorney for legal remedy
and that I will be liable for attorney fees, court costs, and other applicable fees.  I hereby
grant reasonable access to my property by members of the ACC and CCPOA Board of
Directors to determine compliance and progress until such time as the project is completed.

The construction of a house, either site-built or modular in the Cape, or any modifications or
additions, requires a permit.  This includes the addition of rooms, decks, stairways, garages,
and enclosing the space below houses built on stilts or pilings.  The purpose is to ensure that
all restrictions and requirements of the subdivision have been met and that all required
governmental permits and approvals have been acquired.

Permit fee structure at the time of new construction includes new home, septic system,
garage, carport, culvert, deck, and driveway.  The exterior of any new home must be
completed within 180 days of permit date to receive this permit fee structure.

To apply for approval, please submit the following:
1.  One copy of a stamped survey plat with dimensions showing the following:
the lot number(s) and the 911 street address
the property lines and easements
the location of the house and any other proposed construction
the location of the water line to the house
the location of the septic system and drain field or spray heads
the location of any existing improvements
2.  One full copy of the construction plans and specifications.  These are available from your
contractor and must include:

the actual plans to be used in construction
front and side elevations (views) of the house and any proposed construction, with
dimensions, including height above grade level
details and dimensions of foundations, footings, or pilings
specifications of any exterior materials
specifications of roofing materials

3.  One copy of the fully completed Construction Permit Application package.

4.  One copy each of any required permit from any government agency, County, State,
     or Federal.  This includes, but may not be limited to:

Approved OSSF issued by Jackson County
Floodplain Development Determination Letter, issued by Jackson County
Development Permit, issued by Jackson County

5.  Written  plans  for  the provision of sanitary facilities for workers during construction
     (porta-potty), and for appropriate containers for building debris and trash.

Restrictions for Construction:
No more than one (1) single family residence may be built on any one lot.  No
duplexes, rooming houses or similar building shall be permitted.
If construction is not begun within three (3) months of obtaining approval from the
Architectural Control Committee, the approval shall be null and void unless an
approval is granted in writing, not to exceed two extensions.  A culvert must be
installed prior to any other construction.
No building exceeding two stories (32') in height shall be erected on any lot.
No house may be constructed or covered with tarpaper, metal, or any other material
other than that customarily used for the erection of a house.
If metal roofing is used, it must be of at least 26 gauge or equivalent.
All houses shall have a minimum of 600 square feet of heated/cooled living area, not
counting stoops, porches, and so forth.
All construction must be of new material, except stone, brick, or other materials used
for an antique decorative effect, if the ACC approves such use.
All building shall be completed on the exterior within six months (180 days) after
permit approval.  'Completed' is defined that all outside walls porches, steps, painting
and driveways will be completed, an approved septic system is installed and
operational, the surrounding ground is leveled and cleaned up, and the building has
received two coats of paint.
No house shall be occupied while in the process of construction or until completed on
the outside.
If the house has a wood or siding exterior, it must have at least two (2) coats of high
quality paint or stain applied to it, except where rough cedar siding is used.
No building shall be locate nearer than five (5') feet from any exterior side lot line,
nor nearer to the rear lot line than ten (10') feet, nor nearer than twenty (20') feet to
the front lot line.  Interior easements between adjacent lots are disregarded when two
or more lots are the property of one owner.
The Architectural Control Committee/Board of Directors reserves the right to approve
or disapprove the following per Paragraph 6.02 of the Deed Restrictions:
the type and size of the proposed structure
the quality of materials and workmanship
the harmony of the exterior design in relation to existing structures and the
location with regard to the topography of the property
13. Modular and  manufactured  buildings  submitted  as  homes  must be originally
designed and built as homes. The conversion or adaptation of buildings designed as
utility buildings into residences is not allowed.

The CCPOA and ACC are responsible only  for ascertaining that our building restrictions are
met.  CCPOA and ACC make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding structural/design
strengthsI hereby grant reasonable access to my property by members of the Architectural
Control Committee and the CCPOA Board of Directors for progress assessment until the
project is completed.

____________________________________    ________________________________   
Signature of Property Owner                 Lot #(s)                                     

____________________________________   _______________________________
9-1-1 Street Address                                Date

___________________________________        _______________________________
Date Received by CCPOA                                   CCPOA Office Staff Member


                                                  
                 Manufactured Home Requirements
                                                                                        Effective July 1, 2017

Please read, sign, and attach to the Construction Permit Application
No materials may be brought into the Cape, nor construction started until the permit
application has been approved.  I agree that if any construction is begun without a valid
permit having been issued and conspicuously displayed on the property, non-compliance
fees will be assessed and the matter may be turned over to the CCPOA attorney for legal
remedy and that I will be liable for attorney fees, court costs, and other applicable fees.  I
hereby grant reasonable access to my property by members of the ACC and CCPOA Board
of Directors to determine compliance and progress until such time as the project is
completed.
A manufactured home, as defined by the United States Code under 42 U.S.C.A 5402, is a
structure, transportable in one or more sections, which, in the travelling mode, is eight
body feet or more in width and forty body feet or more in length, or, when erected on
site, is three hundred twenty or more square feet, and which is built on a permanent
chassis and designed to be used as a dwelling with or without a permanent foundation
when connected to the required utilities, and includes the plumbing, heating, air-
conditioning, and electrical systems contained therein; except that such term shall include
any structure which meets all the requirements of this paragraph except the size
requirements and with respect to which the manufacturer voluntarily files a certification
required by the Secretary and complies with the standards established under this chapter;
and except that such term shall not include any self-propelled recreational vehicle.
The terms ”manufactured” and ”mobile” may be used interchangeably.
Manufactured homes are allowed in Cape Carancahua only in Section One on Lots 1
through 347.  Despite the legal definition of a manufactured home, Cape Carancahua
requires a minimum of 600 square feet of living space for any home.  An approved
sewage disposal system and driveway and culvert must be installed before the structure is
delivered.
Applications for the installation of a manufactured home must include the following:
Title or bill of sale, before or after permit approval.
Manufacturer's documentation showing model year, serial number, and
construction date within the past five years.
Floor plan showing at least 600 square feet of living space.
Photographs showing an attractive exterior design and appearance.
Manufacturer's certification for a minimum of Wind Zone 2 for the home.
Manufacturer's certification for a minimum of Wind Zone 2 for the tie down footing
structure.*
Details of underpinning (skirting) materials to enclose structure to grade level.
Approved OSSF issued by Jackson County.
Floodplain Development Determination letter issued by Jackson County.
Development permit issued by Jackson County.
A stamped survey plat with exact measurements showing the following:
Manufactured home
Septic system
Water lines
Driveway(s)
Culvert(s)
Easements
Propane tank
Other improvements
I hereby agree to maintain the structure and skirting in good repair within the spirit and
letter of the law of the Cape Carancahua Restrictions, Conditions and Covenants.  I further
agree to remove any deck, stair, building larger than 120 square feet, and any other tank
or structure if the manufactured home is removed.
* Examples of Wind Zone 2 footings may be found at www.VandVfootings.com and
www.thebuildinginspector.net <http://www.thebuildinginspector.net>
The CCPOA and ACC are responsible only  for ascertaining that our building restrictions
are met.  CCPOA and ACC make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding
structural/design strengthsI hereby grant reasonable access to my property by members
of the Architectural Control Committee and the CCPOA Board of Directors for progress
assessment until the project is completed.

____________________________________    ________________________________   
Signature of Property Owner                 Lot #(s)                                     

____________________________________   _______________________________
9-1-1 Street Address                                  Date

___________________________________       _______________________________
Date Received by CCPOA                                  CCPOA Office Staff Member
                    
                            Culvert Requirements
                                        Effective July 1, 2017

Please read, sign, and attach to the Construction Permit Application
No materials may be brought into the Cape, nor construction started until the permit
application has been approved.  I agree that if any construction is begun without a valid
permit having been issued and conspicuously displayed on the property, non-compliance fees
will be assessed and the matter may be turned over to the CCPOA attorney for legal remedy
and that I will be liable for attorney fees, court costs, and other applicable fees.  I hereby
grant reasonable access to my property by members of the ACC and CCPOA Board of
Directors to determine compliance and progress until such time as the project is completed.
This signed Culvert Requirement form must be accompanied by:
A completed Construction Permit Application package showing all materials and
installation methods.
One copy of a scaled drawing showing property lines, easements, and the location and
width of culverts and driveways.
Indication of the concrete end cap style that will be added to the culvert.
Material Specifications
Approved materials: (specify your choice)
_____1. Concrete
_____2. Commercial grade galvanized steel
_____3. Plastic pipe with ribbed exterior and smooth interior
Maximum length of culvert, not including apron to be 40'.
Minimum length of culvert, not including apron to be 20'.
Minimum inside diameter of round culvert:  15", unless otherwise specified by CCPOA.
Minimum inside size of oval culvert to be 15" x 21"
The CCPOA will specify culvert diameter depending on the location of the culvert within the
subdivision.
Installation Specifications
Culverts must be buried to a depth determined by the CCPOA
Culverts must be covered with a minimum of 4" of crushed rock, gravel, concrete or other
material to be approved by the ACC.
All culverts must have concrete end caps or apron of such size and style recommended by
the CCPOA.
Culvert ends must be no closer than 5' to any property line.
Culvert Extension Specifications
Any extension must meet drainage specifications defined by CCPOA.
Any extension must be of the same material and inside dimension as the existing culvert.
Extensions must be attached to the existing culvert with a collar or seal.
Extended or modified culverts must have concrete end caps or apron of such size and style
recommended by the CCPOA.
Culvert end caps must be no closer than 5' to any property line.
The CCPOA and ACC are responsible only for ascertaining that our building restrictions are
met.  CCPOA and ACC make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding structural/design
strengths.

__________________________________ ________________________________
Signature of Property Owner                       Lot #                                    
__________________________________      ________________________________
9-1-1 Street Address                                Date
__________________________________   _________________________________
Date Received by CCPOA                    CCPOA Office Staff Member
                                               Permit Checklist - Culverts
The ACC will not consider your application unless all of the below are completed and
included in your application.  Please read and complete all of the items in the package.  Be
sure that the completed application package is received by the CCPOA Office at least 72
hours prior to the ACC meeting.
Completed, signed Construction Application Permit
A scaled drawing showing property lines, easements, improvements, and the
location(s) of the proposed culvert(s)
Materials; specifications and details
Selection of one of the approved end cap styles
Signed, dated Culvert Requirement form
Permit Fee
               Driveway and Parking Pad Requirements
                                                                                             Effective July 1, 2017

Please read, sign, and attach to the Construction Permit Application

No materials may be brought into the Cape, nor construction started until the permit
application has been approved.  I agree that if any construction is begun without a valid
permit having been issued and conspicuously displayed on the property, non-compliance
fees will be assessed and the matter may be turned over to the CCPOA attorney for legal
remedy and that I will be liable for attorney fees, court costs, and other applicable fees.  I
hereby grant reasonable access to my property by members of the ACC and CCPOA Board of
Directors to determine compliance and progress until such time as the project is completed.

Approved materials and construction requirements: (indicate your choice)

_____Gravel
_____Crushed Stone
_____Oyster shell
_____Poured Concrete
_____Pavers
_____Asphalt

Gravel, crushed stone, and oyster shell do not require formwork or retainers but must be
emplaced to a thickness sufficient to prevent rutting.  The use of crushed concrete or other
construction debris is not permitted.

Poured concrete must use appropriate formwork and reinforcing steel.  Reinforcement may
be by bars with a minimum diameter of 3/8" and/or by reinforcing mesh made from welded
steel.  The minimum thickness of concrete over any reinforcement is to be 1".  The
minimum thickness of any poured concrete driveway or parking pad is to be 3 1/2".  The toe
(street) end of any driveway must be at street level, and not protrude above the street.

Pavers must be designed for vehicular traffic.  Installation must be over a sub-base of
sufficient strength to maintain a smooth surface and prevent rutting.  The outside edges of
the area covered by pavers must be retained in such a manner as to prevent paver
movement.

Asphalt must be emplaced over a sub-base of sufficient strength to prevent rutting.

No driveway or parking pad shall be located nearer than five (5) feet from any exterior side
lot line, nor nearer than ten (10) feet to the rear lot line.  Parking pads may not be located
nearer than twenty (20) feet from the front lot line.  Driveways may cross the rear of two
contiguous and abutting lots that have common ownership.  Driveways may cross the front
lot line to access the street.

I understand that if I cover any easement or right of way, I am solely responsible for any
and all costs of removal, replacement, or repair in the event that CCPOA, CCWSC, or any
other easement owner requires access to the easement.

To apply for a Construction Permit, please supply:

One copy of a stamped survey plat for a concrete or asphalt driveway showing
property lines, easements, improvements, and the location of the proposed
driveway/pad.  If driveway is gravel, crushed stone, oyster shell, or pavers, a scaled
drawing is sufficient.
One copy of plans for any formwork/retention structure and any associated
reinforcements
Materials specifications and details
One completed Construction Permit Application

Upon approval by the ACC, you will be notified to proceed with construction.

The CCPOA and ACC are responsible only for ascertaining that our building restrictions are
met.  CCPOA and ACC make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding structural/design
strengths.

__________________________________ ________________________________
Signature of Property Owner                      Lot #                                    
__________________________________      ________________________________
9-1-1 Street Address                                Date
__________________________________   _________________________________
Date Received by CCPOA                    CCPOA Office Staff Member                                                

                              Garage, Shop, and Carport Requirements
                                                       Effective July 1, 2017
Please read, sign, and attach to the Construction Permit Application
No materials may be brought into the Cape, nor construction started until the permit
application has been approved.  I agree that if any construction is begun without a valid permit
having been issued and conspicuously displayed on the property, non-compliance fees will be
assessed and the matter may be turned over to the CCPOA attorney for legal remedy and that
I will be liable for attorney fees, court costs, and other applicable fees.  I hereby grant
reasonable access to my property by members of the ACC and CCPOA Board of Directors to
determine compliance and progress until such time as the project is completed.

Garages, shops, and carports are permitted only on lots with a residence or on lots
immediately adjacent to a lot and residence with common ownership.

A permit application for a garage, shop, or carport must be submitted with the following
information:

Jackson County Development Permit and Floodplain Determination

2.   A stamped survey plat showing:
lot dimensions
Lot number and 911 address
Property lines and easements
Location of the proposed structure
Location of the water meter and line
Location of the septic system and drain field or sprinkler heads
Location of any existing improvements

One copy of the actual construction plans and specifications, including:
Front, side, and rear elevations of the structure, including all dimensions
Details of the foundation to be used, including hole depth for posts
Specifications of all exterior materials and siding, including a detailed buy list
Specifications of roof design and material, including a detailed buy list


General Conditions for Garages, Shops, and Carports

In accordance with Section II, Paragraph 2.05 of the Deed Restrictions, all construction
must be of new material, except stone, brick, or other materials used for antique or
decorative effect.  No sheet metal or metal panels will be used unless the panels have
factory applied paint or anodizing and are approved by the CCPOA.
All construction of outside walls, steps, and driveway must be completed within 180 days
after the permit is issued.  The ground must be leveled and all construction material
removed.
No building shall be located less than five feet from any side lot line, less than ten feet from
any rear lot line, or less than twenty feet from any front lot line.
No garage, shop, or carport shall be occupied as living or camping quarters at any time.
The Architectural Control Committee reserves the right to approve or disapprove the
following, per Article 6.02 of the Deed Restrictions:
the type and size of the proposed structure
the quality of materials and workmanship
the harmony of the exterior design in relation to existing structures and the location
with respect to the topography of the property

Requirements for Metal Garages, Shops, and Carports

Posts:  3" minimum tube steel.  If buried, buried to a minimum depth of 4', emplaced
with concrete.  If attached to a slab, bolted with appropriate bolts and anchors to the
body of the slab.
Roof and walls:  minimum 26 gauge metal, galvanized with factory applied paint or
anodizing.
Design plans for the structure must be signed and stamped by a Texas Professional
engineer showing approval of the building for Texas coastal areas.  An original copy of
the plans with signature and stamp must be provided.

Requirements for Wooden Carports

Posts:  treated posts or pilings, minimum 6"x6" or equivalent round.  Burial and
attachment as metal buildings above.
Roof:  Composition shingles with color to match existing residence, or galvanized metal
sheet roofing, minimum 26 gauge, with factory applied paint to match existing
residence.
Walls:  Painted with at least two coats of high grade paint or stain, except where rough
cedar siding is approved.


Size Requirements for Garages, Shops, Carports, and Attached Awnings

Cape Carancahua permits a maximum of three structures to exist on one property.  This
includes a residence, and all garages, shops, carports, attached awnings, and storage
buildings.  Total area of all structures, excluding the residence, may not exceed 1,600 square
feet of roof or slab area.

Maximum height is 18' above grade level

Structures must be built on the lot of the associated residence or on an adjoining lot owned by
the owner of the residence.  Structures may not be constructed on lots separated from the
residence by a lot or lots not owned by the owner of the associated residence.

PROVISIONS

If ownership of the associated residence is transferred, but ownership of the lot with the
proposed structure is not transferred, the structure will be removed at the sole expense of the
property owner and the lot(s) will be returned to a natural state.  By signing below, I agree to
comply with the above requirements, as well as any added conditions set forth in the
Construction Application Permit package.

A sanitary facility must be provided for workers if the project extends over multiple days.

Any construction debris must be contained in a covered trash receptacle. 



The CCPOA and ACC are responsible only  for ascertaining that our building restrictions are
met.  CCPOA and ACC make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding structural/design
strengths.

________________________________      ____________________________________   
Signature of Property Owner                       Lot #(s)  
                                   
________________________________      ____________________________________
9-1-1 Street Address                                  Date

________________________________       ___________________________________         
Date Received by CCPOA                             CCPOA Office Staff Member
                  
                        Storage Building Requirements
                                                                                                  Effective July 1, 2017
Please read, sign, and attach to the Construction Permit Application

No materials may be brought into the Cape, nor construction started until the permit application
has been approved.  I agree that if any construction is begun without a valid permit having been
issued and conspicuously displayed on the property, non-compliance fees will be assessed and the
matter may be turned over to the CCPOA attorney for legal remedy and that I will be liable for
attorney fees, court costs, and other applicable fees.  I hereby grant reasonable access to my
property by members of the ACC and CCPOA Board of Directors to determine compliance and
progress until such time as the project is completed.

Storage Building Permit Application must include Jackson County Development Permit and
Floodplain Determination. 

Only one storage building is permitted per property.  All such structures must be securely
anchored with tie down straps or similar to prevent the structure from being blown about in high
winds.  No storage building may be used as any type of dwelling, at any time.

A storage building on a vacant property shall not exceed 120 square feet (outside dimensions),
with a maximum height of 12' above grade level.

A storage building on a property with a dwelling or residence may not exceed 300 square feet
(outside dimensions).  The maximum height for such storage buildings is 14' above grade level

All storage buildings must be kept in good repair.  Deteriorating buildings in poor condition are
not permitted and must be repaired or removed.

Any storage building not built by a commercial manufacturer shall be of design, appearance,
quality and material comparable to those built by commercial manufacturers. 

Buildings of wood construction must have at least two coats of high grade paint or stain applied to
the exterior, except where rough cedar siding is used.  If the building is a manufactured building,
you must include the following:

A manufacturers’ brochure or similar
Exterior dimensions of the building, including height above grade level
Specifications of exterior construction materials, including colors
Foundation specifications, including tie down method or slab
If the building is not a manufactured building, you must include the following:
Construction plans from which the structure will be built
Materials specifications (buy list)
Specifications of exterior materials and colors
Foundation specifications, including tie down method or slab

You must also provide a plot plan which shows the following information:
Lot number and 911 address
Property lines and easements
Location of the proposed structure
Location of any septic system and drain field or spray heads
Location of any existing improvements
If the proposed building is to be a permanent structure (it is not skid mounted), a stamped
survey plat will be required
If the proposed building is to be moveable (it will be skid mounted), a scaled drawing plat
is sufficient

No building shall be located less than five feet to any side lot line, or less than ten feet to the rear
lot line, or less than twenty feet to the front lot line.

If the storage building is associated with a residence, and the ownership of the residence is
transferred (sold or otherwise changes ownership), the lot on which the storage building exists
will be transferred with the residence.  If it is not transferred with the residence, the storage
building will be removed and the lot will be returned to its pre-storage building state.

Cape Carancahua permits a maximum of three structures to exist on one property. This includes
residences, garages/workshops, carports, and storage buildings.  The buildings, excluding the
residence, may not exceed a total area of 1,600 square feet.

The CCPOA and ACC are responsible only for ascertaining that our building restrictions are met. 
CCPOA and ACC make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding structural/design strengths.

_____________________________________      ___________________________________   
Signature of Property Owner                            Lot #(s)                                     

_____________________________________     ___________________ ________________
9-1-1 Street Address (if any)                          Date

_____________________________________ ___________________________________
Date Received by CCPOA                      CCPOA Office Staff Member                       

               In-Ground Irrigation System Requirements
                                                                                               Effective July 1, 2017

Please read, sign, and attach to the Construction Permit Application

No materials may be brought into the Cape, nor construction started until the permit application
has been approved.  I agree that if any construction is begun without a valid permit having been
issued and conspicuously displayed on the property, non-compliance fees will be assessed and the
matter may be turned over to the CCPOA attorney for legal remedy and that I will be liable for
attorney fees, court costs, and other applicable fees.  I hereby grant reasonable access to my
property by members of the ACC and CCPOA Board of Directors to determine compliance and
progress until such time as the project is completed.

Construction and installation of an in-ground irrigation in Cape Carancahua require a permit.

A license is not required for installation of irrigation or yard sprinkler systems by a property
owner on premises owned as the persons' home.
A licensed technician is required to connect an irrigation system to a CCWSC water supply; the
technicians' license number is required.
A TCEQ (Texas Commission on Environmental Quality) licensed irrigation inspector must
inspect the "tie in" between the backflow preventer and the water meter as a part of the
irrigation system.
The system must not spray water on impervious materials.  It must have a rain or moisture
shut off device (or other technology) and must have a lockable isolation valve.
An appropriate back flow prevention device and testable valves are required.
Property owners are required to provide reports of annual inspections performed by licensed
irrigation inspectors on the backflow prevention device.  Such reports must be submitted to
CCWSC.
A plat of the irrigation system must be included with the permit to install the system.  The plat
must show the location of the sprinkler heads, the backflow prevention device, and the lockable
isolation valve.

I understand and agree to follow the requirements for the installation of an in-ground irrigation
system.


_________________________________________       __________________________
CCWSC Signature                                                        Date

_________________________________________       __________________________
Connection Technician                                             License Number

________________________________     _______ _______     ___________________
TCEQ licensed inspector                             License Number        Contract Period

_______________________________________________________________________
Company Name and Address

The CCPOA and ACC are responsible only for ascertaining that our building restrictions are met. 
CCPOA and ACC make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding structural/design strengths.

___________________________________      ________________________________   
Signature of Property Owner                           Lot #(s)                                     

___________________________________      _________________________________
9-1-1 Street Address                                      Date

___________________________________       ________________________________                
Date Received by CCPOA                                CCPOA Office Staff Member            

                          Deck and Porch Requirements
                                                                                                 Effective July 1, 2017

Please read, sign, and attach to the Construction Permit Application

No materials may be brought into the Cape, nor construction started until the permit application has been
approved.  I agree that if any construction is begun without a valid permit having been issued and
conspicuously displayed on the property, non-compliance fees will be assessed and the matter may be
turned over to the CCPOA attorney for legal remedy and that I will be liable for attorney fees, court costs,
and other applicable fees.  I hereby grant reasonable access to my property by members of the ACC and
CCPOA Board of Directors to determine compliance and progress until such time as the project is
completed.

Construction or repair of decks and porches in Cape Carancahua requires an approved
Construction Permit.

Approved Materials

   Pilings/Piers
Wood may be round or sided, treated for underground use.  Minimum dimension for sided
wood is 4"x4"
Poured concrete must have appropriate steel reinforcement embedded within the column. 
Concrete block may be used for decks that are 18" or less above grade level, measured
from the top of the decking

   Decking
Wood decking must be treated for continuous outdoor exposure
Structural plastic must be rated for continuous outdoor exposure

   Railings
Wood must be treated for continuous outdoor exposure
Structural plastic must be rated for continuous outdoor exposure

   Bannisters 
Wood must be treated for continuous outdoor exposure
Structural plastic must be rated for continuous outdoor exposure
Steel cable with a minimum diameter of 1/8" is acceptable, if galvanized or stainless
Welded steel rod panels may be used if galvanized and fastened to the railings in a
permanent fashion. 
Chain link, woven wire panels or poultry wire fencing is never acceptable


   Fastenings 
Fastenings to be hot dip galvanized, stainless steel, or otherwise weatherized for use with
treated lumber
Connectors to be steel and galvanized for use with treated lumber

General Construction Requirements

Pilings up to 6' above grade level must be a minimum of 4"x4" if sided, or 6" if round.  Pilings which
exceed 6' above grade level must be a minimum of 6"x6" if sided, or 8" if round.  Pilings up to 6' above
grade must be set a minimum of 36" below grade; pilings higher than 6' above grade must be set a
minimum of 48" below grade.  Structures with a deck height above grade of 18" or more shall have a
railing, such railing to be a minimum of 36" in height above deck level.  No structure shall be located nearer
than five (5) feet from any exterior lot line, nor ten (10) feet from the rear lot line, nor twenty (20) feet
from the front lot line.

A sanitary facility must be provided for workers if the project extends over multiple days.

Any construction debris must be contained in a covered trash receptacle. 

To apply for a Construction Permit, please provide:
one copy of a stamped survey plat showing property lines, easements, improvements, and the
location of the proposed deck
one copy of any construction plans, showing dimensions, piling set depths, and railing height
if the deck or porch is to be attached to your home, furnish one set of elevation drawings of your
home, showing the proposed structure as it will be constructed
materials specifications and emplacement details
one completed Construction Permit Application

Upon approval by the ACC, you will be notified to proceed with construction.

The CCPOA and ACC are responsible only for ascertaining that our building restrictions are met. 
CCPOA and ACC make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding structural/design strengths.


___________________________________      ________________________________   
Signature of Property Owner                             Lot #(s)     
                               
___________________________________      ________________________________
9-1-1 Street Address                                   Date

___________________________________   ________________________________
Date Received by CCPOA                                  CCPOA Office Staff Member

                                Fence Requirements
                                                                                                 Effective July 1, 2017

Please read, sign, and attach to the Construction Permit Application

No materials may be brought into the Cape, nor construction started until the permit application
has been approved.  I agree that if any construction is begun without a valid permit having been
issued and conspicuously displayed on the property, non-compliance fees will be assessed and the
matter may be turned over to the CCPOA attorney for legal remedy and that I will be liable for
attorney fees, court costs, and other applicable fees.  I hereby grant reasonable access to my
property by members of the ACC and CCPOA Board of Directors to determine compliance and
progress until such time as the project is completed.

Building a fence in Cape Carancahua requires approval of the Architectural Control Committee. 
The purpose is to ensure that the fence is in harmony with existing structures and meets all
fencing requirements.

Paragraph 4.01 of the Restrictions, Conditions, and Covenants of Cape Carancahua Subdivision
states that the developer (and his heirs and assigns) has an easement for utility purposes in, on,
over, and under a strip twenty feet (20') in width along the front of each lot in the subdivision and
ten feet (10') in width along the rear and five feet (5') in width along each side of each and every
lot in the subdivision.  Therefore, if it becomes necessary to use the easement an authorized user
will not be responsible for any damage to or the restoration of any fence placed across such an
easement, in order to exercise any rights under or on such easement.

Fences allowed - Chain link, wood fencing, and other fences must meet the American Society
for Testing and Material standards of fence materials and products, 7th (or later) Edition.

To apply for approval, submit the following:

One copy of a scaled drawing showing property lines, easements, and the location of the
fence and gates.  A sample typical survey plat is included in the Construction Permit
Application package.
One copy of the specifications of the proposed fencing material and details of corner
bracing, fence height, and posthole depth.
One completed copy of the Construction Permit Application package, along with any
required permit fees.

Upon approval by the Architectural Control Committee and ratification by the Board of Directors,
you will be notified to proceed with construction.  The completed and approved Construction
Permit Application package will be placed in your file at the CCPOA Office.

GENERAL INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS:

The fence may be installed on your property line,  providing any part of the fence does not
extend over the property line.  Do not fence in or enclose the water meter.  If placed on the
property line or within any easement, you are responsible for removal, repair, or replacement
if any utility work must be done in the easement.
Before digging, request the Water Supply Corp. to identify the location of the water lines on
your property. Water line damage will be repaired at owners’ expense.
Call 811 to have any other buried utilities located before you dig.
Pursuant to Paragraph 2.15 of the Restrictions, Conditions and Covenants of Cape Carancahua
Subdivision, should utilities be installed in the rear property easement as reserved in the
Restrictions, each lot owner or purchaser agrees to install a gate or gates in any fence that
shall be constructed on such easement, as may be specified and required by Cape Carancahua
Subdivision for access to such easement.  Additionally, pursuant to Paragraph 2.16 of the
Restrictions, any reasonable damage to any fence located in any utility easement shall be borne
by the lot owner or purchaser.

I understand that the fence must meet the approved requirements and must be kept properly
maintained and in good appearance.

WOOD FENCING REQUIREMENTS:
Fencing requirements have been condensed from the ASTM Standards for Fencing, 7th Edition
for your convenience.  All fence applications are subject to further review by the Architectural
Control Committee.
Wood fencing slat material shall be of treated pine, redwood or cedar with a 4’ maximum
height above grade level and a 3 foot minimum height above grade level. (Pool enclosure
fencing may be 6' in maximum height.)
Wood fencing posts shall be pressure treated 4"x4" or 3" round top minimum with no bark and
set a minimum of 18" below grade and concreted.  Posts shall be set on an 8' spacing, or less.
Back rails shall be 2"x4" treated pine, redwood, or cedar minimum.  4' fences shall have three
back rails, 3' fences shall have two back rails.
Creosote lumber shall not be used for fence slats, line posts, or back rails, nor shall any of the
above items be treated with spray or brush on creosote.
Wood fences may be painted with a high grade of paint and must be in harmony with existing
surrounding structures.
Open picket type wooden fencing is in all ways preferable to solid fencing.


METAL FENCING REQUIREMENTS:

Fencing requirements have been condensed from the ASTM Standards for Fencing, 7th Edition for
your convenience.  All fence applications are subject to further review by the Architectural Control
Committee.

Metal fencing shall be of the residential chain link fencing as described in Section F626-96 of
the ASTM Standards, 7th Edition.
Chain link fencing shall be zinc coated galvanized wire or PVC coated wire.  The wire shall be
minimum 14 gauge in diameter, and shall be new material (not used).
Line posts shall be a minimum of 1-1/4" round zinc coated (galvanized) on a minimum of 10'
centers.  Posts shall be set a minimum of 24" below grade level and shall be set in concrete;
post caps will be used on all posts.  No agricultural style posts are allowed for any metal
fencing.
Chain link fencing shall be installed with the following hardware:  rail and brace ends, top rail
sleeves, tie wires, clips and fasteners, tension and brace bands and tension bars.  All hardware
shall be zinc coated or aluminum.
Maximum fence height shall be 6' above grade level and minimum height shall be 4' above
grade level.

OTHER FENCING REQUIREMENTS:

Fencing requirements have been condensed from the ASTM Standards for Fencing, 7th Edition for
your convenience.  All fence applications are subject to further review by the Architectural Control
Committee.  Maximum height of any fence is 6' above grade level.

Garden Fencing:

Fencing for vegetable and/or fruit gardens shall be removable or meet the metal, wood, vinyl,
ornamental, or electric fence requirements.  All garden fencing must comply with Paragraph 1.09
of the Restrictions, Conditions and Covenants of Cape Carancahua Subdivision.

Pet Fencing:

Must meet metal or wood fencing requirements or be of the pre-manufactured type sold at lumber
or hardware stores.

Electric Fencing:

Electric fences shall not be allowed as a primary means of fencing.  Electric fencing shall be
installed inside an existing wood, metal, vinyl, or ornamental fence, so that the electric fence is
not visible from street view.  Buried electric pet boundary fences are permitted.
Vinyl Fencing:

Must be installed to the manufacturers’ specification submitted to the Architectural Control
Committee, and be approvable in all other ways, and be harmonious with existing surrounding
structures.

Ornamental Fencing:

Specifications of material and installation must be submitted to the Architectural Control
Committee.

Shower Enclosure:

The maximum size of a shower enclosure is 50 square feet.  It must be attached to the residence
and be no more than 7’ in height. 


The CCPOA and ACC are responsible only for ascertaining that our building restrictions are met. 
CCPOA and ACC make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding structural/design strengths.

__________________________________      ________________________________   
Signature of Property Owner                         Lot #(s)                                     

__________________________________     _________________________________
9-1-1 Street Address                                    Date

__________________________________      _________________________________
Date Received by CCPOA                              CCPOA Office Staff Member
                            Bulkhead/Pier Requirements
                                                                                                  Effective July 1, 2017

Please read, sign, and attach to the Construction Permit Application

No materials may be brought into the Cape, nor construction started until the permit application
has been approved.  I agree that if any construction is begun without a valid permit having been
issued and conspicuously displayed on the property, non-compliance fees will be assessed and the
matter may be turned over to the CCPOA attorney for legal remedy and that I will be liable for
attorney fees, court costs, and other applicable fees.  I hereby grant reasonable access to my
property by members of the ACC and CCPOA Board of Directors to determine compliance and
progress until such time as the project is completed.

Construction or repair of bulkheads and piers in Cape Carancahua requires an approved
Construction Permit.

Approved Materials

   Piers -
Piles to be appropriately sized round or sided wood, treated for marine use
Joists/ledgers/braces/etc. to be treated wood; wood located below normal high tide line to
be treated for marine use
Deck/railing/etc. to be either treated wood or exterior grade structural plastic
Fasteners to be either hot dip galvanized or stainless steel

   Bulkheads -
Sheet piling to be steel or plastic; if steel, to be appropriately treated for marine use
Wood bulkheads to be sided wood or timbers, treated for marine use
Poured concrete to be emplaced in forms and use appropriate steel reinforcement
Bagged concrete revetments to use bags without plastic liners\

General Construction Requirements

Construction will adhere to all applicable Federal, State, and County requirements.  Bulkheads will
be emplaced to an adequate depth and have adequately emplaced deadmen/anchors to prevent
failure into the bay.  Connectors to deadmen/anchors from the bulkhead will be either hot dip
galvanized or stainless steel.  Bagged revetments will employ a back slope as well as
deadmen/anchors.  Additionally, bags will be pinned together horizontally and vertically with steel
rods, such rods to have a minimum diameter of 1/2".
To apply for a Construction Permit, please supply

one copy of all permits, plats, surveys, or maps granted by any Federal, State, or County
agency having regulatory authority over this project; this includes the Texas General Land
Office and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
one copy of a stamped survey plat showing property lines, easements, improvements, and the
location of the proposed pier or bulkhead
one copies of any construction plans, showing details of all construction and means of
emplacement
materials specifications and details
one completed Construction Permit application


The CCPOA and ACC are responsible only  for ascertaining that our building restrictions are met. 
CCPOA and ACC make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding structural/design strengths.



____________________________________      ________________________________   
Signature of Property Owner                              Lot #(s)               
                     
____________________________________      ________________________________
9-1-1 Street Address                                 Date

___________________________________        _______________________________
Date Received by CCPOA                                   CCPOA Office Staff Member
                   Concrete Slab/Walkway Requirements
                                                                                                Effective July 1, 2017

Please read, sign, and attach to the Construction Permit Application

No materials may be brought into the Cape, nor construction started until the permit application
has been approved.  I agree that if any construction is begun without a valid permit having been
issued and conspicuously displayed on the property, non-compliance fees will be assessed and
the matter may be turned over to the CCPOA attorney for legal remedy and that I will be liable
for attorney fees, court costs, and other applicable fees.  I hereby grant reasonable access to my
property by members of the ACC and CCPOA Board of Directors to determine compliance and
progress until such time as the project is completed.

Construction of a concrete slab or walkway exceeding thirty two (32) square feet in total
aggregate area requires an approved Construction Permit.

Approved Materials

Poured concrete
Steel reinforcing bars; minimum diameter to be 3/8"
Steel reinforcing mesh; to be welded, not woven

General Construction Requirements

Minimum concrete thickness to be 3 1/2".  All poured concrete to be emplaced in appropriate
formwork.  All slabs and walkways will be reinforced with reinforcing bars or mesh.  Minimum
thickness on top of the reinforcement will be 1".

No walkway or slab shall be located nearer than five (5) feet from any exterior lot line, nor ten
(10) feet from the rear lot line, nor twenty (20) feet from the front lot line.

To apply for a Construction Permit, please supply:

one copy of a stamped survey plat (for a slab; a scaled drawing is sufficient for a walkway)
showing property lines, easements, improvements, and the location of the proposed
slab/walkway
one copy of any construction plans, showing details of construction and location of
required reinforcement
materials specifications and details
one completed Construction Permit application

The CCPOA and ACC are responsible only for ascertaining that our building restrictions are met. 
CCPOA and ACC make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding structural/design strengths.


____________________________________      ________________________________   
Signature of Property Owner                              Lot #(s)                                     

____________________________________      ________________________________
9-1-1 Street Address                                         Date

____________________________________      ________________________________
Date Received by CCPOA                                   CCPOA Office Staff Member
                         Outdoor Lighting Requirements
                                                                                                        Effective July 1, 2017

Please read, sign, and attach to the Construction Permit Application

No materials may be brought into the Cape, nor construction started until the permit application has been approved.  I agree that if any construction is begun without a valid permit having been issued and conspicuously displayed on the property, non-compliance fees will be assessed and the matter may be turned over to the CCPOA attorney for legal remedy and that I will be liable for attorney fees, court costs, and other applicable fees.  I hereby grant reasonable access to my property by members of the ACC and CCPOA Board of Directors to determine compliance and progress until such time as the project is completed.

Cape Carancahua is a Dark Skies compliant community.  The installation of outdoor lighting requires a permit to insure that light pollution and nuisance is held to a minimum, while allowing the installed lighting to perform its intended purpose.

Lighting, the shining of light produced by a light fixture beyond the boundaries of the property on which the light fixture is located and onto another property under circumstances where the lighting element of the fixture is visible from such other property and in such a manner and with such intensity as to disturb and annoy the reasonable sensibilities of a person living on and using such other property in a reasonable and customary manner as a residence is declared to be a nuisance and is prohibited.  Street lights, traffic control lights, and public facility lighting are exempt.

This includes all exterior lighting affixed to any building, pier or walkway, ground mount, or pole.

Such lighting will in all cases utilize Dark Skies compliant fixtures.

The CCPOA and ACC are responsible only for ascertaining that our building restrictions are met.  CCPOA and ACC make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding structural/design strengths.


____________________________________      ________________________________   
Signature of Property Owner                             Lot #(s)                                     

____________________________________      ________________________________
9-1-1 Street Address                                        Date

____________________________________     ________________________________
Date Received by CCPOA                                 CCPOA Office Staff Member

 
                        Swimming Pool Requirements
                                                                                          Effective July 1, 2017

Please read, sign, and attach to the Construction Permit Application

No materials may be brought into the Cape, nor construction started until the permit application has been approved.  I agree that if any construction is begun without a valid permit having been issued and conspicuously displayed on the property, non-compliance fees will be assessed and the matter may be turned over to the CCPOA attorney for legal remedy and that I will be liable for attorney fees, court costs, and other applicable fees.  I hereby grant reasonable access to my property by members of the ACC and CCPOA Board of Directors to determine compliance and progress until such time as the project is completed.

Each Construction Permit Application package for installation of an in-ground swimming pool must include the following:
A fully completed Construction Permit Application package.
A Fence permit application to construct a 6' fence with a gate that conforms to the Cape's fencing requirements and the property owner's signed agreement to follow AG 105.2 Outdoor Swimming Pool Guidelines:  "The gate shall open outwards from the pool and be self-closing and have a self-latching device.  If the self-latching device is located less than 54" from the bottom of the gate then the release mechanism shall be located on the pool side of the gate at least 3 inches below the top of the gate and the barrier shall have no openings greater than 1/2" within 18" of the release mechanism."
A new OSSF issued by Jackson County, showing the proposed location and size of the pool.
One copy of a stamped survey plat showing the location of the pool, pool equipment, all existing structures, and any easements and rights of way.
Topographical analysis showing the drainage of the pool effluent and excess water drainage.
Complete materials list and contractor specifications for an in-ground pool, including compliance with CCWSC for reduced pressure zone (RPZ) backflow prevention.
Site plan elevation of pool and apron relative to the existing home and easements.
Written statement acknowledging that CCPOA is not liable for the homeowners’ pool, or any incident that occurs involving the pool.
Written contract for maintenance for an absentee property owner.  Should the maintenance be deemed untimely and/or inadequate by CCPOA, one certified mail notice will be issued by CCPOA with a specified deadline for compliance.  If adequate compliance is not met by the deadline, CCPOA will contract for the maintenance to be done.  Actual costs will be billed to the property owner, plus a minimum $100 Administrative Fee (subject to change).
A written agreement to coordinate filling the pool with CCWSC.
A written construction and clean-up plan including location and type of container to be used for debris and trash.
Written agreement to provide for portable or on-site access to toilet facilities for workers.

The CCPOA and ACC are responsible only for ascertaining that our building restrictions are met.  CCPOA and ACC make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding structural/design strengths.



____________________________________      ________________________________   
Signature of Property Owner                              Lot #(s)               
                     
____________________________________      ________________________________
9-1-1 Street Address (if any)                              Date

____________________________________     ________________________________
Date Received by CCPOA                                  CCPOA Office Staff Member
                                                 Permit Checklist
                      New Housing, Additions and Modifications
The ACC will not consider your application unless all of the below are completed and included in
your application.  Please read and complete all of the items in the package.  Be sure that the
completed application package is received by the CCPOA Office at least 72 hours prior to the
ACC meeting.
Completed, signed Construction Application Permit form
Stamped survey plat showing property lines, easements, improvements, and the location
of the proposed construction
One copy of any construction plans
Materials; specifications and details
Floodplain Determination Letter of Exemption issued by Jackson County
Development Permit issued by Jackson County
OSSF Permit issued by Jackson County; new OSSF if addition or modification encroaches
on an existing septic spray field, drip area, or drain field
Any additional information listed in the Requirements for New Housing, Additions, and
Modifications form
Signed, dated New Housing, Additions, and Modifications Requirements form
Permit Fee
                         Permit Checklist - Manufactured Homes
The ACC will not consider your application unless all of the below are completed and
included in your application.  Please read and complete all of the items in the package.  Be
sure that the completed application package is received by the CCPOA Office at least 72
hours prior to the ACC meeting.
Completed, signed Construction Application Permit form
Stamped survey plat showing property lines, easements, improvements, and the
location of the proposed manufactured home
One copy of any construction plans
Materials; specifications and details
Floodplain Determination Letter of Exemption issued by Jackson County
Development Permit issued by Jackson County
OSSF Permit issued by Jackson County
Any additional information listed in the Requirements for Manufactured Homes
form
Signed, dated Manufactured Homes Requirements form
Permit Fee
                                       Permit Checklist - Driveways
The ACC will not consider your application unless all of the below are completed and included in
your application.  Please read and complete all of the items in the package.  Be sure that the
completed application package is received by the CCPOA Office at least 72 hours prior to the ACC
meeting.
Completed, signed Construction Application Permit form
Paved driveways - Stamped survey plat showing property lines, easements,
improvements, and the location of the proposed driveway
Non-paved driveways - A scaled drawing showing property lines, easements,
improvements, and the location of the proposed driveway
One copy of any construction plans
Materials; specifications and details
New OSSF if driveway encroaches on septic spray area, drain field, or drip area
Signed, dated Driveway and Parking Pad Requirements form
                 Permit Fee
                        Permit Checklist - Shops, Garages, and Carports
The ACC will not consider your application unless all of the below are completed and included in
your application.  Please read and complete all of the items in the package.  Be sure that the
completed application package is received by the CCPOA Office at least 72 hours prior to the ACC
meeting.
Completed, signed Construction Application Permit form
Stamped survey plat showing property lines, easements, improvements, and the location of
the proposed construction
One copy of any construction plans
Floodplain Determination Letter of Exemption issued by Jackson County
Development Permit issued by Jackson County
Materials; specifications and details
If the garage or carport is to be attached to your home, provide one set of elevation
drawings of your home showing the proposed construction
New OSSF if structure encroaches on septic spray field, drip area, or drain field
Signed, dated Garages, Shops, and Carports Requirements form
Permit Fee
                                     Permit Checklist - Storage Buildings
The ACC will not consider your application unless all of the below are completed and included in your
application.  Please read and complete all of the items in the package.  Be sure that the completed
application package is received by the CCPOA Office at least 72 hours prior to the ACC meeting.
Completed, signed Construction Application Permit form
Slab foundation - Stamped survey plat showing property lines, easements, improvements, and
the location of the proposed storage building
Non-slab foundation - Scaled drawing showing property lines, easements, improvements, and
the location of the proposed storage building
Manufactured buildings - One copy of the manufacturers brochure, including dimensions and
foundation; tie down information if pertinent
Site-built buildings - One copy of any construction plans, including dimensions and foundation;
tie down information if pertinent
Materials; specifications and details
Floodplain Determination Letter of Exemption issued by Jackson County
Development Permit issued by Jackson County
New OSSF if structure encroaches on septic spray field, drip area, or drain field
Any additional requirements listed in the Storage Building Requirements form
Signed, dated Storage Building Requirements form
Permit Fee
                          Permit Checklist - In-Ground Irrigation Systems
The ACC will not consider your application unless all of the below are completed and included in your
application.  Please read and complete all of the items in the package.  Be sure that the completed
application package is received by the CCPOA Office at least 72 hours prior to the ACC meeting.
Completed, signed Construction Application Permit form
A scaled drawing showing property lines, easements, improvements, and the location of the
proposed irrigation system
Any additional information required in the In-Ground Irrigation System Requirements form
Signed, dated In-Ground Irrigation System Requirements form
Permit Fee, if any
                                Permit Checklist - Decks and Porches
The ACC will not consider your application unless all of the below are completed and included in your
application.  Please read and complete all of the items in the package.  Be sure that the completed
application package is received by the CCPOA Office at least 72 hours prior to the ACC meeting.
Completed, signed Construction Application Permit form
Stamped survey plat showing property lines, easements, improvements, and the location of
the proposed deck or porch
One copy of any construction plans, showing dimensions, piling set depth, and railing height
If the deck or porch is to be attached to your home, furnish one set of elevation drawings of
your home, showing the structure to be built
Materials; specifications and details
New OSSF if structures encroach on septic spray area, drain field, or drip area.
Signed, dated Deck and Porches Requirements form
Permit Fee
                                               Permit Checklist - Fences
The ACC will not consider your application unless all of the below are completed and included in your
application.  Please read and complete all of the items in the package.  Be sure that the completed
application package is received by the CCPOA Office at least 72 hours prior to the ACC meeting.
Completed, signed Construction Application Permit Form
A scaled drawing showing property lines, easements, improvements, and the location of the
proposed fence and gate(s)
One copy of any construction plans
Specifications and details of the proposed fencing materials, corner bracing, fence height, and
posthole depth
Signed, dated Fence Requirements form
Permit Fee
                                Permit Checklist - Bulkheads and Piers
The ACC will not consider your application unless all of the below are completed and included in your
application.  Please read and complete all of the items in the package.  Be sure that the completed
application package is received by the CCPOA Office at least 72 hours prior to the ACC meeting.
Completed, signed Construction Application Permit form
Stamped survey plat showing property lines, easements, improvements, and the location(s) of the
proposed pier and/or bulkhead
One copy of all permits/plats/surveys/maps provided to you by any agency with authority over
the project
One copy of any construction plans
Materials; specifications and details
Signed, dated Bulkheads and Piers Requirements form
Permit Fee
                     Permit Checklist - Concrete Slabs and Walkways
The ACC will not consider your application unless all of the below are completed and included in your
application.  Please read and complete all of the items in the package.  Be sure that the completed
application package is received by the CCPOA Office at least 72 hours prior to the ACC meeting.
Completed, signed Construction Application Permit form
Slabs only - Stamped survey plat showing property lines, easements, improvements, and the
location of the proposed slab
Walkways only - A scaled drawing showing property lines, easements, improvements, and the
location of the proposed walkway
One copy of any construction plans
Materials; specifications and details
New OSSF if slab encroaches on septic spray field, drip area, or drain field.
Signed, dated Concrete Slabs and Walkways Requirements form
Permit Fee
                               Permit Checklist - Outdoor Lighting
The ACC will not consider your application unless all of the below are completed and included
in your application.  Please read and complete all of the items in the package.  Be sure that
the completed application package is received by the CCPOA Office at least 72 hours prior to
the ACC meeting.
Completed, signed Construction Application Permit Form
Scaled drawing showing property lines, easements, improvements, and the location(s)
of the proposed lighting installation
Materials; specifications and details
Signed, dated Outdoor lighting Requirements form
Permit Fee, if any
                             Permit Checklist - Swimming Pools
The ACC will not consider your application unless all of the below are completed and included in
your application.  Please read and complete all of the items in the package.  Be sure that the
completed application package is received by the CCPOA Office at least 72 hours prior to the ACC
meeting.
Completed, signed Construction Application Permit form
Stamped survey plat showing property lines, easements, improvements, and the location
of the proposed swimming pool
One set of construction plans
New OSSF permit issued by Jackson County showing the proposed pool
Floodplain Letter of Exemption issued by Jackson County
Development Permit issued by Jackson County
Materials; specifications and details
Any additional requirements listed in the Swimming Pool Requirements form
Signed, dated Swimming Pool Requirements form
Permit fee