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RIVER VALLEY RANCHDesign GuidelinesRevised November 21, 2017

Master Design Guidelines - Table of ContentsSECTION1.1.12.3.8th edition- W21/2017DESCRIPTIONPurpose and Intent of GuidelinesDRC Capacity to Interpret GuidelinesCommon Submittal Problems: "Hot Buttons", Omissions and ViolationsNeighborhoods: Special RequirementsBlock A-The SettlementBlock B-Sopris ViewBlock F-Old TownGolf Course HomesBlock W360 No11h and South Homes124667899104Custom Homes: General Architectural Design Requirements114.1Design Appropriate to the Site114.2Non-Repetition114.3Resource Conservation114.4Passive Energy and Recycled Materials114.5Building Height114.6Single Sto1y Buildings114.7Building Mass and Form124.8Roof Forms124.960% Second Floor124.10Building Projections124.11Building Envelope124.12External Stone Chimneys124.13Ancillary Structures124.14Garden Level Basements134.15Other Design Features oflmpo11ance135.14Custom Homes: Specific Architectural Design Requirements- Roofs5.114Key Design Features5.2Roof Forms145.3Ridge Lines and Roof Planes145.4Roof Dormers145.5Type and Location145.6Roofing Materials145.7Overhangs175.8Pitches175.9Variation Required175.10Roof Colors and Reflectivity175.11Roof Projections175.12Roof Mounted Mechanical Equipment175.13Renewable Energy Generation Devises and Energy Efficiency Measures175.13. lRenewable Energy Devices185.13.2Energy Efficiency Measures1818Retractable Clothesline Characteristics5.13.2.1Skylights and Sun Tunnel Characteristics195.13.3Gutters and Downspouts195.14Custom Homes: Specific Architectural Design Requirements-Foundationsand5.19Retaining WallsDesign Objectives195.15Sloping Sites195.16

SECTION5.175.5.185.195.5.205 65.5.575.585.595.60DESCRIPTIONPAGECant ilevers19Custom Homes: Specific Architectural Design Requirements-ExteriorWalls and FinishesAtticulationExterior Wal l MaterialsCustom Homes: Specific Architectural Design Requirements-ExteriorWoodSidingStains and PaintCedar Shakes and ShinglesLogs and TimbersStoneStone WainscotingType ofStone VeneerLintelsLintels and SillsStuccoMetal SidingNatural Finishes and StainsProhibited Wall MaterialsExterior TrimCustom Homes : Specific Architectural Design 2222and WindowsArrangementsLarge Window OpeningsElevationsWindows within Wood WallsSpecial Window ShapesRecessed WindowsDivided Light Windows1/3 Divided Light WindowsGlassProhibited Window Types23232323232323252525Custom Homes: Specific ArchitecturalDesign Requfrements-Garages andDoorsGarage DesignsGarage DoorsOrientationMain Entry DoorCustom Homes: Specific Architectural Design Requirements - Balconies,Porches, Stairs and RailingsBalconiesRailingsStucco EnclosuresExterior StairsDecks at Ground LevelChimneysCustom Homes: Specific Architectural Design Requirements- Colo1·sEarth TonesAccent ColorSample BoardCustom Homes: Specific Architectural Design Requirements-Texture/DetailTexturesDetailsNatural MaterialsDRC Reviewii252525252527272727272727272728282828282828

RIPTIONCustom Homes: Specific ArchitecturalLighting FixturesPAGEDesign Requirements-Exterior282829292929Minimal LightingDesign CharacterSoffitsLandscape LightingPictorial SpecificationsCustom Homes: Specific Architectural Design Requirements-ExteriorEquipment, Utilities, Meters, A/C Units, etc.Custom Homes: Specific ArchitecturalFire PitsDesign Requirements-FireplacesFireplacesSite Fire Pits/Exterior FireplacesSite Planning/Landscape DesignPurposeRecommendationsTrees, Shrubs and GrassesGeneral Design ConsiderationsConceptsBuilding Envelopes and EasementsMore Restrictive Site PlanDitch EasementGolf Course EasementView Corridor EasementsCombining LotsSite DesignNew PlantingsChanges from Approved PlansPlant Material Selection and LocationGroupingScreeningOther PlansMulch and Ground CoverGravel/Stone Ground CoverXeriscapeSlopes and Benns, Maximum6.Site Planning & Landscape Design-Front,6.236.246.25Front YardsSide YardsBack YardsSite Planning & Landscape Design -Minimum Planting RequirementsQuantities Versus Lot AreaQualitative DesignPlanting Requirements in Sage and Pinon HomesitesPlanting Requirements in The SettlementSite Planning & Landscape Design-Right-Of-Way(ROW) LandscapingDamagesNoticesRight-of-Way 292929Equipment Enclosed or ScreenedMeters and Utility Hook-UpsSite Utilities SatelliteDishes Exterior ServiceAreas IrrigationControlsSide & Back 535353535363636363637373737373838383838

.556.6.566.6.576.586.58. l6.596.606.616.DESCRIPTIONPAGERepair of Damage to Common Irrigation SystemFinesPerformance and Damage DepositSite Planning & Landscape Design-Irrigation versus Driveway ConstructionDriveway LocationPrior InspectionSleevingSite Planning & Landscape Design-Private Residence IrrigationApproximate SpecificationsWater PressureInspectionSystem Zone ControlsDry Climate VegetationSite Planning & Landscape Design-Site Grading & DrainageDrainage PlanGrading RequirementsStockpiling and Removal ofExcavated MaterialsSite Planning & Landscape Design-Driveways, Vehicle AccessDrivewaysAlignmentsWidthsTurning RadiusDamagesDrainage Across DrivewaysPaving MaterialsBike PathsSite Planning & Landscape Design-Parking RequirementsLocation and Prohibited VehiclesSite Planning & Landscape Design-Fences, Walls and GatesLocationsRetaining Walls, Privacy Fences or Screen WallsDeer/Wildlife FencingApprovalsTerraces, Paths, Hardscape AreasDecks at Ground LevelSite Planning & Landscape Design- Improvements, Lawn Ornaments,Sculpture, Flag Poles, Structures, Play 6.717.7.17.27.37.4Lawn Ornaments and SculptureFlag PolesLandscape Structures and Play EquipmentHot Tubs, Spas and Swimming PoolsSite Planning & Landscape Design-Signs and Address MarkersAddress MarkersSignsRealtor S ignsOne "For Sale" or "For Rent"Site Planning & Landscape Design-Tree RemovalSage and Pinon HomesitesPreservation of Native VegetationLandscape Designs for Specific Neighborhoods-BlocksDesign Review ProcessPurpose of the Design Review ProcessDesign Review ProcessBefore Submitting PlansSubmittalsfor ImprovementsivA, B, 353535353

.28.38.4DESCRIPTIONPAGEInterpretation of GuidelinesInterpretations by DRCMeetings, Fees and Inspecti onsStepsDesign Review SubmittalsProfessionalsTown of CarbondaleTown of Carbondale Water and Sewer Tap FeesPre-Submission ConferenceMeeting AgendasArgumentative or Combative ApplicantsDesign Review Process- Preliminary Design ReviewDesign Review Request FormStaking on LotPreliminary Design Review Meeting(s)Summary LetterSix Month DelayDesign Review Process - Final Design ReviewFinali zation and Refinement of SubrnittalsFinal Design Review Meeting(s)Final Design Approval, Summary LetterPrecedentsDisapprovals and Re-Submittal of PlansTerm of Approval Conformanceof Improvement s SubsequentChangesChanges After ApprovalFines LeviedVariances are DiscouragedVariancesAppeals ProcedureBuilding Permit sPre-Construction MeetingEnforcement of Approved DesignInspectionsInspections of Work in ProgressInspection ReportsUnapproved ChangesStop Work OrderFines LeviedCurative WorkSchedule of Design Reviews and InspectionsFees for Design ReviewNew ConstructionRemodelResubmissionsDamage and Performance DepositCertificate of Compliance and Return of Damage DepositNon-LiabilityDesign Review Committee (DRC): Organization, Duties, Responsibilities&AuthorityDRC MembershipInterpretations by DRCFunctions of the DRCAdministrative 596060606161616161

.199.209.219.229.239.249.259.26DESCRIPTIONPAGEDRC MeetingsE-mail ActionsRecords of ActionsCompensationAmendments of Design GuidelinesCurrent Revised Design GuidelinesNon-LiabilityMaster Declaration of Protective Covenants for River Valley Ranch,Article 4Construction & Builder Regulations, Inspections and ChangesIntrodu ctionStorage of Materials and EquipmentCommencement of ConstructionConsh·uction AreaNative VegetationStorage and Parking SpacesAccess to Construction AreasVehicles and Parking AreasStorage of Materials and EquipmentConstruction Period and PhasingConstruction Activity TimesConstruction Trailers, Sanitary Facilities and Temporary StructuresSignsDebris and Trash RemovalClean Up and Eye sore AppearanceExcavation, Grading and Tree ProtectionDust and Erosion ControlDamage Repair and Restoration during ConstructionDamage to Right-of-Way LandscapingDamage to Common Irrigation SystemDriveway ConstructionIrrigation SleevesRVRMA InspectionsPetsSecurityNoiseAppendix AAppendixBAppendix CAppendix DAppendixEAppendix FAppendix GAppendix HAppendix IAppendix JAppendixKDefinitions and AbbreviationsCovenants Affecting Design GuidelinesPreliminary Design Review/ Checklist of Required SubmittalsFinal Design Review/ Checklist of Required SubmittalsLandscape Planting, Maintenance and SeedingLandscape Plant Materials: Approved, Sizes, Photos & DescriptionsSign StandardsDesign Review Request FormAdjacent Lot Use Pe1mission FormPre-Construction Meeting FormDeposits, Fees & 7138

1. Purpose and Intent of Design GuidelinesPurpose and Intent. The River Valley Ranch (RVR), Master Design Guidelines (Guidelines) havebeen created to ensure that all improvements at RVR preserve the natural beauty of the mountainvalley setting, ensure harmonious residential design , and protect and enhance prope1ty values. TheGuidelines are intended for use by all persons involved in any Improvements, new buildings orlandscapes, as well as subsequent additions or alterations to any property or improvement in RVR.River Valley Ranch provides a wide range of housing choices within a series of interconnectedneighborhoods set in a spectacular Colorado landscape. An understanding and respect for the natura lresources of the site, as well as an understanding of the area's history and climate, will provide thekeys to the successful design of new buildings and landscapes at River Valley Ranch.Administration. The Guidelines are administered and enforced by the Design Review Committee(DRC) in accordance with procedures set forth in this document and the Amended and RestatedMaster Declaration of Protective Covenants for River Valley Ranch (Covenants). The DRC's roleis to provide assistance to Owners and their design professionals, to ensure that the design process isa satisfying experience .Changes. This document may be amended and supplemented by the DRC with the ratification ofthe River Valley Ranch Master Association (RVRMA) Executive Board (Board).Supplemental. The Master Design Guidelines are supplemental to Town of Carbondale'sBuilding Codes and the Amended and Restated Master Declaration of Protective Covenants fo1River Valley Ranch plus Amendments, first recorded on March 25, 1998 with the Office of theClerk and Recorder of Garfield County, Colorado , in Book 1059 pages 623- 721.Conflicts. In the event of any conflict between these Guidelines and other documentsor authorities, the more restrictive shall govern and control.Quality and Features. The strengths of the prope1ty are the Crystal River, the openness of theValley, the running irrigation courses, the bluffs , and the views to the foothills and Mount Sopris. Asense of open space linkages to the river and surrounding hillsides will be pervasive throughout thecommunity. River Valley Ranch has been designed to recreate the classic living env ironment of aColorado River valley for today's lifestyles by including: Traditional friendly neighborhoods. Rancher's sense of living close to the land and its water. Long views to mountain skylines everywhere . A sense of community created by a group of families that have sought out thisspectacular natural setting and the lifestyle accompanying it.Visual Harmony. The design of the homes in River Valley Ranch should work together as acomposition of compatib le, albeit distinct , architectural so lutions: no individual residence shouldstand so apart in its design as to detract from the visual harmony of the community, or compete withthe natural character of the site.PI

Protection of Qualities. These qualities are being shaped and protected by the River ValleyRanch Master Development Plan and the Guidelines. In the Master Development Plan, layout ofroads and streets, open space patterns , distinctive neighborhood settings, golf routing and thedesign of infrastructure and streetscapes respond to topography, water, views, and traditional wayof building a place to live on this land. As a result every home site will share in the sense ofconnection to the river valley , the mountains and the history of settlement here .Neighborhoods. The Guidelines apply that same approach to the individual buildings andlandscapes that will be built here. Chapter 3 -Neighborhoods includes neighborhood-specificguidelines that establish special identities and unique special requirements.Design Intent. It is the intent of River Valley Ranch to build upon the architectural traditions ofthe area, and allow a diversity of individual architectural express ion within an overall unity thatcharacterizes a distinctive community. The Guidelines also seek to ensure that buildings remainsubordinate to the grandeur of the surrounding natural landscape.Location and orientation. Building sites provide for the optimization of views to key elementsof the landscape such as Mt. Sopris, the Crystal River, and the golf course. Those viewopportunities should be an impo1tant organizing factor in the architectural design .8th Edition. From time to time, the DRC will make revisions to these Guidelines , as it deemsnecessary to strengthen their ability to realize the original intent of the Guidelines or to respond tochanging construction technologies and market conditions. Any design submitted for preliminaryreview subsequent to its publication date is subject to this edition. Relative to the original andprior editions, substantial changes have been made; therefore, prope1ty owners should expect thatsome existing home s in the community would not be approved under these current Guidelines.Licensed Professionals Required. It is required that the Owner retain competent assistance froman architect licensed in Colorado and a landscape professional and licensed surveyor. All planssubmitted for DRC Final Approval shall be stamped and signed by the Architect. Additionalassistance from other licensed design professionals such as a civil engineer is also recommended.The Owner and their chosen consultant(s) shou ld also carefully review the Covenants as well asthese Guidelines prior to commencing the design review process. It is also recommended that theOwner commission a lot specific soils test for the proposed homesite prior to engaging the architector structural engineer. Survey of lot must be stamped and signed by a licensed Surveyor.1.1DRC Capacity to Interpret GuidelinesInterpretations by DRC. By their nature, these Guidelines are largely subjective. The DRC hasbroad capacity to interpret both qualitative and quantitative requirements to ensure that the intentof the guidelines is realized in architecture of homes at RVR The DRC is charged with thepreservation of quality and value of homes and prope1ty at RVR and takes its responsibilityseriously.P2

Design Review Process. The DRC and staff work hard to provide a smooth and friendly reviewprocess. It will however, be strong in its enforcement of these Guidelines and the realization oftheir authority and intent. Applicants are asked to share the same positive approach in workingwith the DRC, and to be sympathetic to the difficulty of the committee's task. This is pa11icularlyimportant in the process of discussing attributes of proposed designs that the DRC feels need to bechanged in order to achieve the quality and spirit of RVR.P3

2. Common Submittal Problems: "Hot Buttons", Omissionsand ViolationsMinimum Required Standards. No DRC Review will be considered, unless the followingminimum required standards are met: Design elements should build upon a "ranch house vocabulaiy" as well as the architecturaltraditions of the area with complex buildings made up of different heights and forms. Masses : Minimum of three (3) distinct masses. Cascading roofs: Forms should appear to cascade from high mass to lower volumes atperimeters. Second Story must not exceed 60% of the ground floor square footage, including garage,covered decks, porches and patios. Ridge Lines: No unbroken horizontal length greater than 30' (34' with 2 overhangs .) Gable Roof Forms should be primary. Shed and hip roofs should be secondary. Gable Roofs: Minimum roof pitch (6-12) 6' height in 12' horizontal run. Shed Roofs : Minimum roof pitch (3:12) 3' height in 12' horizontal run . 20% maximumtotal roof area. Chimney should be clad with stone with cut stone caps or a decorative metal cap. Roofprojections must penetrate behind the ridge and must be compatible in height and materialand/or be painted to match the roof color. Windows within Stone: Sills will be above or recessed down into stone, not sitting directlyon top of stone. Retaining walls must not be more than 4 feet high and must be backsloped. Drainage must be controlled on site so as to not to impinge upon an adjacent lot or MasterCommon Area. Drainage swales, dry wells, area drains, catch basins , etc. will be importantfeatures . Trees and Shrubs should be shown at mature sizes on plans and not too close to the prop e11yline. Construction fences should be shown on site plan. Photographs of neighboring home s must be included with submittals .P4

Incomplete submittal packages will not be considered. Driveway widths must be kept to a 12 foot maximum with curb flaring to 16 feet. Exterior lighting must be in compliance with the Town of Carbondale lighting ordinance.PS

S-cot'1ov, :! AMENDEDO.te : ,e, . z . 2,() 12.lllefer to: ecoi,,cl3. Neighborhoods: Special RequirementsBlock A - The SettlementThe Settlement neighborhood is to be characterized by a high level of consistency in form, scale,color scheme and details and is to be consistent with the architecture of the existing homes alreadydesigned and constructed within that neighborhood. The architecture is to be reminiscent ofwestern ranch and mountain architecture with stained cedar exterior siding. Unlike the customhome neighborhoods, faux board & batten using cedar plywood with batten is allowed in TheSettlement as well as the following special architectural characteristics: Board and batten style exterior siding. Real or faux stone masonry that is consistent in material and location with existing homes. Roof pitch and design that is compatible with the existing architecture. Cedar shake shingles for main roof masses with the option of rusted corrugated or appropriatelycolored standing seam metal roofing. Solid stain (not paint) as specified in the most current RVRMA painting contracts for TheSettlement and window color schemes that are comparable to the existing colors. Property ownersrequests for ch

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