Radisson Homeowners Association
Radisson is best known for its beautiful
neighborhoods in a park-like setting and architectural design standards for
homes and businesses. This area is one of many planned unit developments
(PUD) communities in the United States. When complete, Radisson will provide
nearly 3,500 homes, a large Corporate Park and a wide range of recreational,
educational and community services.
As with any Homeowners Association (HOA), the
residents of Radisson pay an assessment fee and agree to follow covenants and
standards. The Architectural Standards are the aesthetic guidelines that help maintain the distinctive
appearance and visual appeal of the community.
The Radisson Community Association, or RCA, is a
not-for-profit corporation structured by an elected Board of Directors, a
professional staff, volunteer committee members, and residents. It is governed
by procedural rules and regulations – officially known as the By-Laws and the
Declaration of Protective Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions. The organizational
flow of the homeowners association is designed to empower the residents to
shape the future of their own community.
Homeowners Association does not provide residential property maintenance,
although there are several sub-associations within Radisson that do. The
benefits to living here are found in the facilities and programs offered as
well as the enduring beauty of the area.