Decks, Patios, Patio Covers, Gazebos

How Do I Apply to Install a Deck, Patio Cover, or Gazebo?

If you live in Enclave, North Ranch, Mountain Gate, Settlement, Manor Ridge, or Sunset Ridge, PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT FOR APPROVAL HERE. These neighborhoods require architectural approval from the subassociation. For subassociation architectural review information, click on the link below.

Information and materials required for your application include:

  • Fill out the Home Improvement Online Form linked below.
  • A plot or site plan showing where the improvement will be made.
  • Description of materials
  • Dimensions
  • Any applicable photos of how the final product is intended to look.
Home Improvement Online Form

Ken-Caryl Ranch Master Association Deck, Patio Cover, and Gazebo Rules:

The following information includes excerpts from the Ken-Caryl Ranch Home Improvement Rules and Regulations, which can be found in its entirety on our Governing Documents & Policies page. While we have gathered some information and compiled it here for your convenience, it remains your responsibility to comply with all Master Association and Sub Associations governing documents which require Architectural Approval for exterior home improvements.

3.08 Decks. Submittal shall include site plan, floor plan, elevations, materials and colors.
3.24 Latticework. Committee approval is required when used for screening on patios, under decks, etc.
3.20 Gazebos. A Gazebo is generally a detached, open, six to eight sided structure. Gazebos must be submitted for approval on an individual basis. The submittal shall include a site plan of the property, as well as an elevation plan of the structure showing materials and dimensions.

3.21 Hot Tubs. Must be an integral part of an approved landscape, patio or deck plan.
3.30 Patio Covers. Shall be compatible with the exterior of the house.
3.31 Patio Enclosures. Enclosures of existing covered patios and decks shall be in harmony with the existing structure.
3.05 Awnings. Metal and plastic awnings are discouraged. Cloth awnings shall be compatible with the color of the house.

Questions? Contact Jenny Bernal at jennyb@kcranch.org or 303-979-1876, ext. 113.

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