Here you will find usefull HOA rules, regulations, documents, forms, links and much more. If you have a suggestion for something that should be listed here please let us know.
Are your replacing or upgrading your windows?
If you are replacing your windows, you must submit for approval. Frame colors that will be considderd for approval are Almond, Tan, Brown or Black. Window style may or may not have grids. Please scroll to the bottom of this page to download and print the Architectural Change Submittal form.
Approved Paint Colors
As of February 19, 2015, the exterior paint color schemes have been updated with a new color options which are listed below. If you are considering repainting your home, please verify color selection with management prior to painting.
You must verify correct paint colors chosen for your Lot. Do not use this list if your Lot number is 1-42 (Estates). Please be sure to read the "Guidelines for Painting" prior to painting.
Exterior Paint Schemes NOT Lots 1-42 Rev[...]
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Exterior Paint Schemes Lots 1-42 ONLY Re[...]
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Please read prior to painting.
GC Paint Guidelines Rev 2-2015.pdf
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Exterior Painting Lot Map.pdf
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You can also visit the Dunn Edwards website and view a color pallet of approved colors. Simply enter 85226 in the zip code box from the link listed above and then select "Greater Corona HOA" from the drop down.
Approved Garage Door Styles - Guidelines
If you are replacing your garage door and your new garage door will have windows, please be sure that you are using one of the approved window insert designs. Garage doors are not required to have windows however they are required to be painted to match the base or trim color of your home. Garage doors can have short/long panels however they must be replaced with a similar style of garage door (no faux wood stlyes) found within the community. If you are planing to install decorative hardware, you MUST obtain ACC approval prior to installing. Replacement of garage doors following the approved guidelines do not require prior AC approval however it is suggested that you submit for review/approval so that costly mistakes are not made.
Approved Mailbox Standards
The Architectural Committee has developed standards for replacement mailboxes as well as instalation of security mailboxes. If you have any questions, please be sure to contact the property manager. New construction does reqire review and approval.
Architectural Change Submittal
This form MUST be filled out, submitted and received back as approved PRIOR to any exterior changes of your property, i.e. if the change can be seen from the street, you must submit for review/approval prior to work commencing.
Completed form can be submitted to the ACC via email, L&B Association Consultants Laurie@Lbhoa.net. You may also fax the completed form to (480) 987-0252.
If you have questions, always feel free to call (480) 987-0197.
Violation Complaint Form
This form must be filled out in it's entirety, signed and physically mailed or faxed to the property manager (listed to the right on this page).
Greater Corona Homeowner Association Rules
Board of Directors interpretations and clarifications of the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R's) as applicable to the desirable standards in the community with major concerns pertaining to paragraphs 10 (use restrictions) and 11 (architectural control).
Greater Corona Homeowner Association Legal Documents
The following are the original legal documents that established our HOA. These articles, bylaws and CC&R's (in conjunction with the association rules) still outline the operation and governance of the association today.
(the following doucments are VERY large and may take sometime to download and open)
Articles of Incorporation
Corona Village II CC&R's
Corona Gardens CC&R's
Greater Corona Village Bylaws
Greater Corona HOA
PO BOX 1847
Queen Creek, AZ 85142
Phone: (480) 987-0197
Fax: (480) 987-0252
L&B Association Consultants, LLC
Please contact the Property Manager for all general questions prior to contacting a board member. Most often the property manager will be able to assist you with your question or concern.