Community Beautification Program Overview

Community Beautification Program Overview

 

We all have a part to play in making GHI an attractive community. Well-kept yards and common areas send the message, "welcome to our community, we love it here and take pride in our surroundings and our cooperative."

GHI is committed to maintaining the condition and appearance of our common areas. We need all members to help show care for personal yard areas as well. Please take the time and pride to assure that your yard meets (or exceeds) GHI's minimum standards.

History and Purpose

At the annual membership meeting in 1983 a petition submitted by members seeking enforcement of regulations regarding the upkeep of yard areas, called for "the Board of Directors and Management to enforce existing regulations concerning the minimum upkeep of members yards, i.e.. hedges, grass, leaves, trash, animal odors, etc." The Community Beautification Program is how this mandate is fullfilled. The Board's vision is to work with the membership to make our community even better.  The purpose of the Community Beautification Program is to ensure that members comply with the minimum yard maintenance standards in the member's handbook.  Starting in May, the Community Beautification Inspector will visit each member's yard and leave an inspection report on the door knob of the service side entrance.  No advance notice of inspections will be given.