The Architectural Control Committee's (ACC) goal is to maintain and preserve the look and feel of the LCPOA subdivision by balancing and blending any new structure with the surrounding environment on each property.

  • Reach out to neighbors before beginning the process to share your vision and address any possible concerns.  If there is an issue that cannot be resolved, contact the ACC.
  • Contact ACC to arrange a site visit (Contact)
  • Homeowner must recieve a permit from the City of Troy before any fence is built.  LCPOA restricts fencing beyond what the City permits.
  • Per deed restrictions, no tight board fences (privacy fencing) are allowed.
  • Maximum height on fencing is 4 ft.
  • Fencing should blend with the surrounding environment.
  • Decorative metal fencing in black or brown or dark green fencing is preferred.  Chain link with the above colors is acceptable.
  • Mature shrubs (minimum of 3' tall) are required around the perimeter of any fence and must be planted 4' - 6' apart.
  • Allow 2 weeks for the review and approval process.  The ACC will follow up to confirm completion of project as agreed.