What is design review? Why does it matter?
Design review is a collaborative process between a resident and the Design Review Committee. Although a planned modification may be congruent with Eastmark’s design standards, residents must always obtain approval from the Design Review Committee prior to beginning a modification project.
The Design Review Committee meets regularly to expedite processing of requests. You should wait to schedule vendors until after you receive written approval for your modification.
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The Design Review Committee meets most weeks. Check the community calendar for upcoming meeting dates. The committee has up to 60 days from the date a completed application is submitted to review and provide a written response.
Resources & guides
All additions, modifications or other improvements must be approved by the Design Review Committee prior to installation. Compliance with these guidelines does not eliminate the need to submit to the Design Review Committee prior to installation or commencement of work.
Design Review Committee
- Christina Christian, President of the Eastmark Board of Directors
- Michael Munroe, Landscape and Facilities Manager
- Ashley Saucedo, Community Operations Manager