Restrictive Covenants

Authority

The Board of Directors of Ranch at Cypress Creek Municipal Utility District No. 1 has responsibility for the enforcement of restrictive covenants for the purpose of maintaining taxable property values within the District. The legal authority for this is established in the Resolution Adopting Rules Relating to Enforcement of Restrictive Covenants document.

Architectural Review

The restrictive covenants state that “No improvements shall hereafter be constructed upon any of the property without the prior written approval of the Architectural Committee”. Please use the Covenant Review Request form to request approval for any improvements you would like to make to your property. Note that “improvement” is defined as:

…every structure and all appurtenances thereto of every type and kind, including but not limited to buildings, outbuildings, storage sheds, patios, tennis courts, swimming pools, garages, storage buildings, fences, screening walls, retaining walls, stairs, decks, landscaping, poles, signs, exterior air conditioning, water softener fixtures or equipment, and poles, pumps, wells, tanks, reservoirs, pipes, lines, meters, antennas, towers and other facilities used n connection with water, sewer, gas, electric, telephone, regular or cable television, or other utilities.

Covenant Documents

The restrictive covenant documents are registered by section. If you don’t know what section your property is in, you can find that information at the Williamson County Appraisal District. Search for your property, then look at the legal description to find the section information.

Please note: These files are scanned from the legally registered documents, and as a result are quite large; please be patient when downloading.