Owners shall be responsible to arrange for their ARC approved Architect/Designer, to attend a Pre-Design Conference at the Homesite. Homeowner shall pay all Architectural review fees prior to submitting Plans.
After the Predesign meeting, the Architect/Designer will receive login credentials for the SkyRidge Homebuilding Portal through which they can submit plans and complete the ARC Plan Review Application. Architects or Designers who have previously designed in SkyRidge may have an active login, but they must participate in a Predesign meeting with their new client prior to submission through the portal.
Owners may utilize the Coopers HOA portal to pay by BANK ACH or send a CHECK to:
SkyRidge Mountain Community Association C/O Cooper’s HOA Management1750 Sun Peak Dr, Suite 175, Park City, UT 84098
Please contact Cooper’s HOA Management with any Review Fee payment questions SkyRidge@CooperHOA.com or (435) 776-5013.
The Architectural Review Fee of $6,000 covers the initial Architectural Review process. Any required resubmittals will be subject to a Three-Hundred -Dollars ($300) Resubmittal Review Fee (see Architectural Guidelines Section 6.25).
An ARC reviewer will be assigned, and the Owner and their Architect/Designer will collaborate directly with the reviewer throughout the review and approval process. The approval process is separated into three stages; Compliance, Preliminary and Final, which are detailed below.
If needed the reviewer will arrange calls and/or meetings with the Owner(s) and their team to review and discuss how the proposed Plans conform to the Guidelines. Plans that do not meet the Guidelines will be returned to the Owner and revised Plans meeting the requirements will need to be resubmitted.
Owners, Architects, and/or Builders are responsible to contact Wasatch County directly to discuss Wasatch County Code, and/or JSPA Design Handbook Code requirements and approvals. Plans will remain in the Compliance Review Stage until the Owner, Architect/Designer, and/or Builder have resolved any Guidelines requirements and acquired the necessary approvals needed from the ARC or Wasatch County.
Please allow a minimum of twenty (20) business days to receive an ARC written response to a Waiver of Requirement Application. Once Plans have received Compliance Approval, additional Waiver of Requirement Applications will not be accepted.
This is an interactive process which may require multiple plan submissions. Allow a minimum of ten (10) business days after each submittal or meeting date to receive an ARC response.
The ARC’s written response will indicate items contained in the Plans that meet or do not meet requirements and provide explanations referencing the Guidelines where applicable. We encourage the Owner, Architect/Designer, and/or Builder to discuss the review conclusions with the ARC reviewer after the written response is received.
Once the plans set is determined to be compliant with the Compliance plan requirements the reviewer will recommend the plans move to Preliminary plan stage.
Prior to Receiving Architectural Review Committee’s Stamped Plans, Owners are responsible to pay in full the Performance Deposit paid and deliver the requisite Performance Deposit Agreement and Notice of Voluntary Lien (Deposit amount and Performance Agreement purpose is discussed in Guidelines Section 6.15) to the Association.
Once the Performance Deposit Agreement has been executed the Performance Deposit, and the Notice of Voluntary Lien are received, the ARC will provide the Owner with ARC stamped plans for submittal to Wasatch County to apply for building permit.
Prior to the County Framing Inspection, Owners are required to present at the Homesite, a Sample Board of all Exterior Finish Materials with their respective specifications to receive ARC’s approval. All Exterior Finish Materials, color samples, and color selections must be ARC approved prior to installation.
Refer to Guidelines manual, Exhibit C, for a copy of the Exterior Finish Materials Sample Board requirements.
Owners are required to present a Final Landscape Plan if the design has changed from the original layout indicating the locations and the required minimum number of trees, shrubs, other vegetation, site wall materials, retaining wall materials, all decorative landscaping materials, borders, and unique features for ARC’s review and approval. Any landscaping vegetation, material samples, and color selections changes must receive ARC reapproval prior to installation.
Refer to Guidelines manual, Exhibit D, for a copy of JSPA Recommended Planting List.