Homes Association of
Ground Mounted Flagpole
- Association policy shall
be consistent with the Federal law and Washington County Development Code
and Development standards but may be more restrictive.
- Locations approved must
meet front yard maintenance requirements, County easements and Association
easements (5 feet at all side and rear property lines) which are open for
landscaping and free from obstructions.
- Building Mounted Flagpoles: flag poles mounted to the house and
projecting out from the house at an angle (not vertical) shall be excluded
from the permit process, and are not to be considered to the provisions of
- Limitations: One
flagpole is permitted per residential home site. Flags may only be displayed from dawn
- Location: Flagpoles shall not be located within
the Association’s 5 foot side or rear yard easements or within any of the
County’s rights of ways. Preferred
location shall be as close to the house a possible.
- Flagpole Specifications:
flagpole shall be residential in character (height and diameter).
shall not exceed twenty (20) feet in height.
shall not exceed 3 inches in diameter.
flagpole shall be finished with a factory applied finish.
e. The flag
and pole must not cause a nuisance for neighbors; i.e., the ropes holding
the flag banging against the pole.
- Flag Specifications: The size of the flag shall be
proportional to the pole diameter and height. Example; a 2 inch diameter pole, 20 feet
in height shall be limited to a 3’x 5’ flag.
- Association Permit Required:
a. A permit
approved by the Association is required prior to the installation of any
ground mounted flagpole.
permit shall be submitted indicating the location of the pole with
relation to the house and property lines.
application must also include specifications that describe the
appearance, height, diameter, color or finish. Documentation may be a
photo along with a written description as provided by the manufacturer or
other graphic representation.
Adopted by Board of Directors
Homes Association of Cedar Hills,
Mark Swan, President
PDF Ground Mounted Flagpole Policy Here