Property Modifications
Contractor Agreement for Foxchase HOA

If you are using a contractor for your modification, the Foxchase HOA will require your contractor to complete a contractor agreement before starting work. This agreement outlines some guidelines that the contractor will be expect to adhere to to ensure a minimal disturbance for your neighbors.

        Carry current Liability Insurance
        Carry Workers' Compensation Insurance
        Have appropriate and current State License(s) & Business License(s)
        Obtained the proper Township Permits
        Meet or exceed any other State and Local requirements

As outlined in the Foxchase HOA bylaws, all property owners are required to submit an application and receive pre-approval for all property modifications. This includes, but is not limited to additions, driveway changes, exterior material or color changes, sheds, pools/spas/hot tubs, decks, patios. retaining walls, major landscaping changes, etc, etc.

If you are unsure if your project requires a property modification application or have any questions, please contact us. It is always a better idea to have submitted an application and not needed one, than to not submit eh application at all.

Please complete the form below for all property modifications and submit it to foxchasehob@gmail.com.


Fences
When installing a fence, residents must adhere to the Foxchase By-laws and Rules and Regulations. The by-laws and rules can be found in the documents section on the HOA website. Additional rules are located in the info section.  In summary, no barbed wire or similar material (chain link) can be used, fences may be placed on the side and rear yards but shall not be constructed closer to the street in front of the house than the front property line of the house and shall not exceed six feet in height.  In addition, access to carriage home center units must be maintained from both sides of the center unit for maintaining and improving their residence. The fence shall not extend beyond a five feet navigable area (flat and unimpeded path) to allow access to center units by residents and landscaper's equipment.