2019 PHCA Draft Rules

Click here to review the draft rules. The PHCA Board is accepting community comments and suggestions. To submit a comment please email info@princevillecommunity.com and use "Comments on new PHCA Rules - Draft" as the subject. 

Community Rules

The PHCA has put together some basic rules for those residing in Princeville. These rules deal with parking, noise, home businesses etc. 

Click here for the PHCA Rules. 

Click here for the PHCA CC&Rs 

Violation Appeals Process

The PHCA Board has created an appeals committee to address violations that owners may want to appeal. If you receive a violation letter and fine that you would like to appeal, complete this form and submit it to our office within 30 days of receiving the violation letter. The committee meets every 2nd Thursday at 2pm. The following are the upcoming meeting dates:

March 14th
April 11th

Garage Sale Guidelines

The PHCA Board has established the following guidelines for Garage Sales:
  • The term “garage sale” includes “yard sales”, “estate sales”, “moving sales”, and other like sales. 
  • Each residence is allowed four (4) garage sale events per calendar year.
  • Each event must be registered with the PHCA at least 5 days prior to the event. There is no charge for registering.
  • Each event can last one or two consecutive days and still be counted as one (1) of the four (4) allowable events.
  • Garage sale events may operate during the hours of 8am and 4pm.
  • Penalties:
    • Unregistered garage sales will result in a $50 fine.
    • Exceeding the 4 sale limit without prior Board approval will result in a $75 fine.
  • Signage needs to be consistent with the CDC sign rules. 
To register your sale with our office, simply fill out the registration form and email it to april@princevillecommunity.com. 

If you have already held 4 sales for the calendar year, but need to request an additional sale please email your request to April at the email address above.

New Changes - Enforcement Procedures

The following changes were approved at the December Board meeting and are being added to the current PHCA Rules Penalties section. The changes reflect the 2 main types of violation categories: property violations and behavioral violations. Please note that the fine amounts have been increased and the compliance deadlines have been decreased. 

Behavioral Offenses

Behavioral Offenses include but are not limited to:

Motorized Vehicles – Rule III

Walk/Jog Pathways – Rule IV

Parking – Rule V

Loose Pets – Rule IX

Nuisance Noise – Rule X & Article III, Section 2.k of the Declaration

*For Animal noise, see Instructions for Completing Animal Noise Violation Form

Solicitation – Rule XI

Outside Burning -- Rule XII

Feeding of Feral Animals – Rule XIII

Behavioral Offense Penalties:

Courtesy Reminder Notice (CRN) Warning first offense

$50 fine for a second offense & outside agencies informed if applicable (KPD/Humane Society

$75 fine for a third offense

$100 fine for each subsequent offense

Property Violations

Property Violations include but are not limited to:

Single Family Residence House Numbers – Rule VIII

Photoelectric Cell Light (Article III, Section 2.f. (4) of the Declaration),

Laundry Facilities (Article III, Section 2.f. (7) of the Declaration),

Structural Maintenance (Article III, Section 2.f. (10) of the Declaration),

Landscape Controls (Article III, Section 2.g. of the Declaration),

Refuse Disposal (Article III, Section 2.h. of the Declaration),

Signs (Article III, Section 2.l of the Declaration).  

Property Violation Penalties:

Courtesy Reminder Notice (CRN) Warning first violation. 7 days to bring the property into compliance.

$50 fine if deadline is not met. 5 days to bring the property into compliance.

$75 fine if deadline is not met. 3 days to bring the property into compliance – final deadline.

$100 fine per day the property remains in violation beyond the final deadline.

In lieu of the sign penalty, a $25 pick-up fee may be charged for real estate and other signs left out after allowable hours. 

Animal Noise Violations

*for Animal Noise Violations ~ the complainant must complete the

Animal Noise Violation form

to prove that the animal noise is in violation of the PHCA Rule. 

Animal Noise is defined as:

Continuous and/or incessant barking, baying, crying, howling, or any other noise which disturbs any person at any time of day or night for (10) consecutive minutes or intermittently for twenty (20) minutes in a 30 minute period.

Unless, the animal noise is a result of trespass or a threatened trespass or the animal is being teased or provoked.