Within Diamond Ridge Estates you will find an atmosphere of natural beauty from
its astonishing ridgeline views to the wild, unfettered central wildlife preserve.
Our community is devoted to both preserving this natural beauty and enhancing it
with our architectural designs and landscaping plans.
Our goals are simple - to help our residents develop landscaping plans that not
only enhance the beauty of their home & property, but protects and blends with
those elements that surround your neighborhood. Please note that all Landscape
Plans must be submitted "prior to the initiation of any landscaping construction
work", and must be approved in writing by the
Landscape Design Committee
before proceeding with the installation. Please refer to the following documents
and the Approval Process below before proceeding with any landscaping work.
Design Standards and Procedures (Original)
Landscape Design Standards and Procedures (Appendix 4)
Design Review Request Form ( PDF Format,
Please help us keep our community beautiful by working together to ensure we all do
our part! Thank you in advance for your cooperation and assistance.
Whether starting landscaping at a new home or enhancing the landscaping at an
existing home, the
Landscape Design Committee
is here to help you get through the
process and on to your landscaping with as little effort as possible. For example,
one or more of the members of the Landscape Design Committee will meet with you
and your selected landscape designer and/or landscaper on your site for a
preliminary meeting to informally discuss your initial thoughts about what you
want to do and to help you understand how that might be done in conformance with
the Landscape Design Standards and Procedures. This "pre"-design meeting is
preferred and helps to assure the initial version of the actual Landscape Plan
has the best chance for quick approval.
Once you and your landscaper decide on your plan, the plan is submitted to the
Landscape Design Committee for review and comment. Given an effective pre-design
meeting, the plan may actually be approved with the initial submittal. If there
are any issues, the committee will respond back to the homeowner with comments
and will expect the homeowner to resubmit a revised plan or meet with one or more
representatives of the committee to discuss any issues.
Once all issues are resolved to the satisfaction of the committee, the final
written approval is provided by the committee to the homeowner.
Once final approval is received from the committee, landscape implementation may
The Landscape Design Committee or their agent reserves the right to review the
installed landscaping for compliance with the approved landscape plan and the
Diamond Ridge Landscape Design Standards and Procedures. Any non-conformances
will be documented to the homeowner for resolution.