Home Improvement Project? Remember to Check the Rules!

When planning your next outdoor home improvement project don't forget to double-check your Deed of Restrictions, the Cramer's Crossing Design Control Standards and City of Dublin zoning rules before you begin.

If adding a deck or patio is on your agenda there are permits and approvals that are necessary from both the City of Dublin and the Cramer's Crossing Homeowners Association. If you are planning a new roof, repainting your house or trim with a different color, or changing your property in any way, you'll find the all the information you need to make sure you are in compliance with our community's Design Control Standards and Deed Restrictions here on your web site.

Be sure to login, click on Document Library in the menu, look for CCHOA FORMS, then click on Design Control Standards Forms. For complete information on City of Dublin regulations click here.

If you are looking for your Deed of Restrictions, you'll find them in the 3-ring binder given to all CCHOA members, or with your original mortgage documents.

It is important to remind all homeowners that the only approved paint colors are those used by Rockford Homes when the subdivision was built.

For house trim, HardiPlank and garage door the color names are:
Alumina, Eloquent Ivory*, Frost Grey+, Meadow Lark+, River Birch*+, Stonington Beige+ and White on White*+. Glidden Paints offers colors marked with * by name at area Home Depot & Walmart locations. Sherwin-Williams offers colors indicated with a + at their locations. Alumina is NOT available from either company. CLICK on the color name to view a sample.

The original paint supplier for Rockford, ICI Delux Paint, was purchased by Sherwin-Williams. Paint can be purchased by using color formulas at Sherwin-Williams stores. The paint formulas are provided as a downloadable PDF in the Documents section of this web site--Look for Approved Exterior Colors. Note that Sherwin-Williams does NOT have a formula for Alumina and Eloquent Ivory, but Glidden has Eloquent Ivory. Samples of all approved trim colors are available from the Design Control Committee, so you can obtain a color match for any of the colors at another paint supplier.

The eight original stucco color names used by Rockford are:
A-1 Tan, Barley, Blue Gray, Florence, New Tan, Soft Tan, Taupe Tan and Yellow. Unfortunately, the original stucco supplier has gone out of business and color formulas are not available. A reputable stucco company or painter should be able to color match the existing stucco color. Should a homeowner desire to change the stucco color, that color must closely match one of the colors used during original construction, and be approved by the CCHOA Design Control Committee. If you are planning any exterior work, please follow the process as stated in the CCHOA Required Procedure and Exterior Change Form document. This document can be found in the Document Library (under CCHOA Forms/Design Control Standards Forms) on this web site.

These requirements are in place to help maintain a consistent look to our community and to protect property values for all Cramer's Crossing homeowners. Should you have any questions, please contact a member of the CCHOA Board of Directors.

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