These Regulations apply to all buildings and improvements on any Telluride Ski Ranches lot, including but not necessarily limited to, the placement, installation, construction, renovation, expansion, refinishing, change or removal of any of the following:
- Buildings, structures, improvements, driveways, landscaping, trees, parking areas, and signs
- Fences, walls and corrals
- Stationary equipment, including play equipment
The specific objectives of the Ski Ranches Design and Property Review Committee are to:
- Preserve and protect the beauty of the natural environment
- Promote a harmonious relationship of buildings, landscape, and topography
- Protect the value of the property
- Promote design that is responsive to the local area and climate.
The Ski Ranches DRC does not wish to dictate design or restrict individual preferences. It intends only to preserve the natural beauty of the Ski Ranches subdivision and to reasonably minimize the impacts of houses and other improvements, and the construction process, on the community.
The DRC will look primarily to location of the house and other improvements, architectural design, and the re-vegetation of the landscape, in that the landscape plans address the re- vegetation of the disturbed portions of the site and minimize the impacts of construction.
These DRC Regulations provide a guideline for owners and the DRC to adhere to in all aspects of design, construction and improvements. Covenants, conditions and restrictions that apply to all owners are recorded in Articles 5 & 6 of The Second Amended & Restated Declaration of Protective Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (“Declaration”), filed 09/03/2009 with San Miguel County Clerk-Recorder, Reception #408676, and available for viewing on our website (www.skiranches.com) or by request from TSRA. Covenants are enforceable by the TSRA Board of Directors, an individual homeowner and in some cases by the DRC. In case of conflict between these DRC Regulations and the Declaration, the Declaration shall control.