Q: IS ROADSIDE PARKING ALLOWED IN CLEARWOOD?
A: No Parking on the roadway at any time. Roadside parking is not permitted on the paved portion or the road or the road shoulder, and vehicles will be subject to towing. (Refer Red Book Sec J #4)
Q: WHAT IS THE SPEED LIMIT ON CLEARWOOD ROADS?
A: The speed limit on all roads in Clearwood is 20 mph except the pool area which is 10 mph (Refer Red Book Sec J #5)
Q: IS IT THE RESPONSIBILITY OF RESIDENTS TO OBTAIN GARBAGE SERVICE?
A: All residents must obtain garbage service (Refer Red Book G #4)
Q: WHERE SHOULD TRASH CANS BE KEPT?
A: All trash receptacles must be hidden from view from the street (Refer Blue Book V111 #1)
Q: CAN I USE THE MAINTENANCE DUMPSTER FOR HOUSEHOLD TRASH?
A: No household trash is to be disposed of at parks or in the maintenance dumpster (Refer Red Book Sec I)
Q: ARE DUMPSTERS ALLOWED IN CLEARWOOD
A: Dumpsters are not allowed in Clearwood without prior CCA approval. You can get a permit from the Clearwood Office or download the form direct from the website (Refer Red Book Sec G #4)
Q: ARE WE ALLOWED TO BURN TRASH?
A: Burning of Trash is not allowed (Refer Red Book Sec G #1)
Q: DO I NEED TO KEEP MY LOT MAINTAINED?
A: It is the responsibility of the Resident to keep their buildings and grounds of each lot clean, maintained and orderly (Refer Red Book Sec I)
Q: IS THERE A PROCESS I NEED TO FOLLOW TO DO WORK ON MY LOT?
A: Yes. ACC must be contacted before owners do any kind of work on their lot(s) (Refer Red Book Sec H #1)
Q: DO I NEED APPROVAL BEFORE PUTTING UP A FENCE?
A: You require a permit and approval from ACC before putting up a Fence. All wood building material shall be of cedar or fir. All nails and required hardware must be galvanized. Paints, stains or oils shall be acceptable if approved by the ACC. (Refer Red Book Sec H #4a)
Q: WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR STORM DEBRIS?
A: It is the responsibility of the owner to dispose of Storm Debris in a proper manner. (Refer Red Book Sec G #4)
Q: HOW IS ENTRY INTO CLEARWOOD CONTROLLED
A: Access through the main gates is controlled by entry key cards issued to members. (Refer Red Book Sec C #3)
Q: HOW MANY GATE CARDS AM I ALLOWED?
A: Each lot owner is allowed to purchase a maximum of eight (8) gate cards. Any number in excess of that limit must be approved by the Board of Directors of the CCA. (Refer Red Book Sec C #3)
Q: HOW CAN GUESTS, DELIVERY AND SERVICE PERSONNEL ACCESS CLEARWOOD?
A: Members of CCA are responsible for the arrangements for allowing entrance of guests, delivery or service personnel into Clearwood by meeting them at the gate or by providing a gate card for their use. (Refer Red Book Sec C #4)
Q: IS SOLICITING ALLOWED IN CLEARWOOD?
A: There is no soliciting allowed inside Clearwood (Refer Red Book Sec C)
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Q: MUST MY ANIMALS BE KEPT ON A LEASH?
A: When animals are on community property, they must be kept on a leash and members are responsible to clean up after them (Refer Red Book Sec G #2)
Q: AM I ALLOWED TO KEEP BOATS ON MY LOT?
A: Boats and RV’s are allowed on individual lots between April 1 thru October 31. For winter storage guidelines see red book (Refer Red Book Sec D #3)
Q: WHEN IS QUIET TIME IN CLEARWOOD?
A: Excessive noise from 10:00PM to 7:00AM is strictly prohibited (Refer Red Book Sec G #7)
Q: ARE FIREWORKS ALLOWED IN CLEARWOOD?
A: Fireworks are completely banned within Clearwood (Refer Red Book Sec G #8)
Q: AM I ALLOWED A WATER WELL ON MY LOT?
A: No individual water well shall be permitted in Clearwood (Refer Red Book Sec G #5)
Q: IS ALCOHOL USE ALLOWED AT EVENTS
A: Consumption of alcoholic beverages at Community sponsored events will not be permitted, except when expressly authorized by the Board (Refer Red Book Sec G #10)
Q: AM I ALLOWED TO HAVE A FIRE DURING THE BURN BAN?
A: Thurston County has a standard county wide burn ban every year beginning July 15 through October 1. which restricts residential burning.
During this burn ban the following must be adhered to:
- When the fire danger is at the Medium level, we are restricted from having open recreational fires any larger than 3 ft x 3 ft. Recreational fires include fires used for entertainment and cooking purposes and are made of either charcoal or seasoned firewood.
- When the fire danger is at the High level, either small fires only will be permitted in properly constructed fire pits (designs are available at the office) or a TOTAL BURNING BAN will be established within Clearwood. If a TOTAL BURNING BAN is established, no open fires at all will be permitted. You may still cook on propane fueled bbq grills, however all charcoal and wood fires will be restricted.
PLEASE NOTE: As per our Red Book, Sec G #1, the CCA has long held that, because of the community’s heavy forest and brush cover and close proximity of homes thereto, it’s regulations could be stricter than outside agencies (but not less strict that outside agencies).
You may find more information in our Red Book, Section G., Paragraph 1 or by visiting the following websites: