Alpine Airpark CCRs

SUMMARY OF ALPINE AIRPARK ASSOCIATION RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS

This document is a brief outline of some of the Restrictive Covenants for Alpine Airpark Association. This document is by no means a complete itemization of the Restrictive Covenants and it is only intended to provide the reader with a general idea of the complete Restrictive Covenants for Alpine Airpark Association. Anyone taking an interest in the property located within the Alpine Airpark Association should familiarize themselves with the complete Restrictive Covenants prior to taking any interest.

1. Architectural Control. Alpine Airpark is a residential community designed for pilots and aircraft enthusiasts. Alpine Airpark Association reserves the right to review and restrict the type of structures allowed within the Alpine Airpark. Approval of residential plans will not be arbitrarily withheld or delayed, however any construction within the Airpark must be in harmony with the existing Airpark homes. The use of property within the Airpark is restricted to residential use.

2. Motor Vehicles. All motor vehicles within the Airpark are required to be garaged at all times, with the exception of recreational vehicles located within the Airpark for a short period of time.

3. Use of Taxiways by Aircraft. The taxiways within the Airpark may only be used by aircraft with the gross weight of less then 15,000 pounds. Taxiways shall not be used for repair or storage of aircraft at any time.

4. Alpine Airpark Association. Every property Owner within the Airpark is a mandatory member of the Alpine Airpark Association. The Alpine Airpark Association is organized to govern and control the use of the Airpark and the property located within the Airpark. The Association shall be responsible for maintaining and improving the common areas within the Airpark including the runway.

5. Snow Removal. The Association will keep runways free and clear of snow and ice between October 15th and May 1st of each year. However, use of the Airpark may be restricted during the winter months.

6. Airpark Association Assessments. The Airpark Association may assess the property within the Airpark for its annual operating costs as well as special assessments for capital improvements, which may be, from time to time, determined by the Members. In addition to the assessments identified above, each Hangar door located within the Airpark will be assessed an annual runway access fee in the amount of $2,500.00. Unpaid assessments may become a lien upon the Owner’s property located within the Airpark.

By Laws Alpine Airpark Association – Click for Download
By Laws The Executive Hangars – Click for Download
By Laws Lake View Villas – Click for Download

Alpine Airpark Rules and Regulations – Click for Download
Alpine Airpark Recommended Safe Operations – Click for Download

Alpine Airpark CCRs, Revised October, 2016 – Click for Download
The Executive Hangars CCRs, Recorded – Click for Download
Lake View Villas CCRs, Recorded – Click for Download
The Reserve at Alpine Airpark CCRs, Recorded – Click for Download
The Refuge at Alpine Airpark CCRs – Click for Download
Aero Condos, Hangars at the Refuge CCRs – Click for Download
Alpine Village CCRs – Click for Download
Windsock Condos CCRs – Click for Download