Stonebridge Ranch is a master planned community. It was designed to be a place where one may live, work, and play without leaving the familiar landscape of home. This landscape is made up of both natural and man-made elements which have been selectively woven into our community’s infrastructure. They serve to unite both structural function and visual appearance to affirm a sense of belonging and community pride among residents.
The primary purpose of the SRCA Design Guidelines and Review Procedures for Residential Modifications (commonly referred to as the “Modification Design Guidelines”) is to aid and direct all property owners within Stonebridge Ranch. The document establishes a design framework which the individual owner uses when making exterior home improvements. The guidelines seek to balance latitude and flexibility with preserving the consistency and integrity of Stonebridge Ranch over time.
USING THE GUIDELINES
We strongly encourage you to always review the PDF guidelines directly from this website to ensure you are reading the most current editions. If you save or print out a version of any of our guidelines or policies and refer to them later for a different project, you may be setting yourself up for a compliance violation, as the guidelines do periodically change. We will always provide the current version of our guidelines at this website.
Note: as of Aug. 1, 2019, a new guideline regarding painted brick has been recorded with the county. It is also linked below.