Our MCCA Committees are an all-volunteer workforce: dedicated residents within our association who help us maintain the aesthetic of our community through covenant enforcement and asset inspection.
All committees report to and advise the MCCA Association Director and the Board of Directors on their various issues and projects. Committee chairpersons or their designees communicate and coordinate with the association director on routine matters, and with the board of directors at monthly meetings. Regular communication goes through the MCCA office, and archives are kept there as well.
Click on the tabs below to learn more about each of our standing committees.
The MCCA Architectural Control Committee (ACC) reviews and approves all applications for visible property changes and enhancements in advance of project initiation. Their job is to help you plan a project that will meet the high aesthetic standards of MCCA and avoid costly reparation for any unapproved projects. ACC approval is required for nearly all exterior projects. Contacting the ACC is a crucial part of the project planning process for all MCCA residents — whether owner or renter. Please refer to the ACC Committee Charter for more information about this committee.
Please note: While many applications are approved within two weeks, the process can take up to one month. Please plan accordingly.
- Reviews and approves applications for all exterior home maintenance and improvement projects, including, but not limited to:
- all exterior paint (body, trim, doors, outbuildings) and siding
- window and door replacement
- landscaping, including driveways and retaining walls
- fencing (new and replacement)
- home additions
- patio or deck replacement
- shed or storage building
- air conditioning or heat pump unit installation
- installations such as sports courts, tree houses, play structures, trampolines
- Reviews and approves applications for tree maintenance and removal; ensures compliance with replanting requirements; organizes MCCA arborist days
- Consults regarding new housing starts
- Routinely reviews and amends architectural guidelines for MCCA project permitting, making recommendations to the board as required.