Cabell's Mill Community Association

HOA Documents

The covenants of CMCA are the rules used to keep our community together. Whether you're looking into whether you can erect a fence in your front yard or the colors you're able to paint your house, you should be able to find most of the information you need via this page.

Association Documents
Articles of Incorporation

Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions
By-Laws
Policy Resolutions

Architectural Control Committee (ACC)

Jump to ACC Forms and Guidelines

Cabell's Mill is a planned community, which includes 308 single–family homes and common areas.  As with most community associations, property within Cabell's Mill is divided into two basic categories: private ownership of the homes and lots purchased by individuals, and corporate ownership of common properties, including land, facilities and amenities, by the Community Association.  The Cabell's Mill Community Association (CMCA) is a nonprofit corporation to which all property owners in Cabell's Mill are members.  Similar to a business corporation, a board of directors elected by the members of the Association is responsible for the policies regarding the operation of the Cabell's Mill Community.

Although each lot is owned privately, and the common areas are for the use of all members of the community, there are certain restrictions and guidelines for the use, improvement and alteration to the properties within Cabell's Mill.  By monitoring the exterior design of improvements within Cabell's Mill and by regulating the use of properties within the community, the Association is able to maintain a high standard of aesthetic quality, community identity and functionality which enhances property values.

The guidelines in the document below have been established by the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) and the CMCA Board of Directors for the purpose of informing all homeowners within Cabell's Mill of the applicable regulations for new construction, alterations and improvements to properties within the Community.

Under the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions which governs the use and development of all properties within Cabell's Mill, paragraph 2 of the Association's Articles of Incorporation states that the Association's specific purpose for which it was formed includes providing "for maintenance, preservation, and architectural control of residents lots and common areas" within the Cabell's Mill Community.  Additionally, Article V of the Declaration states "No building shall be erected, placed, or altered on any lot until the construction plans and specifications and a plan showing the location of the structure have been approved by the Architectural Control Committee as to the workmanship, materials, harmony of external design with existing structures, and as to the location with respect to topography and finish grade elevation."

The guidelines provided below should be consulted as part of planning any changes to your house and/or lot before taking action. If an application to the ACC is required, the owner(s) should complete the application form, also provided below, then print, sign and submit it as directed in the form.  Please be sure the change application is printed so that all the information appears on the printed page.  The guidelines will specify what additional information must be provided.

Architectural Guidelines and Application Form 

ACC Guidelines (updated February 2013)
ACC Architectural Change Submission Form


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