PEHA OPERATING RULES
Park Estates homeowners are contractually obligated to abide by the CC&Rs for their respective tracts as well as rules approved by the PEHA Board of Directors. This page highlights some of the more common issues that are governed by our CC&Rs and California law. Please keep it on hand for your reference and call your tract rep or the PEHA office if you have any questions.
Violation of any PEHA Operating Rule may result in the assessment of fines listed in the PEHA SCHEDULE OF MONETARY PENALTIES.
No poultry, livestock, or other exotic animals, except common household pets, may be kept or maintained on any lot, and no animal may annoy or disturb the neighborhood.
Residents shall not operate any business from their household that requires clients to come to their residence. This includes, but is not limited to, offering the residence as a short-term rental or bed and breakfast inn, and operating a school, child care center for over 8 children, dance or art studio, and the like.
ESTATE or GARAGE SALES
Estate sales, garage sales, yard sales, or similar sales or events, are not permitted in Park Estates. These events create unacceptable traffic, parking, and safety issues.
EXTERIOR HOME IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
A fundamental goal of the PEHA Architectural Review Board (ARB) is to prevent the construction of buildings that could depreciate the values of the neighboring properties. Homeowners MUST obtain the approval of the ARB prior to beginning any improvement project on the exterior of their homes. See “Getting your Project Approved by the Architectural Review Board.”
Hedges must not impede the mutual visibility of cars and pedestrians, causing safety issues, and must be kept in a healthy growing condition, trimmed, and cultivated.