Important Homeowner Association Documents
Find all the important governing documents associated with the operations of the Homeowners Association.
Mattamy Homes is proud to present the Stillwater community in southwest Edmonton. Mattamy’s commitment to excellence starts with a premium location and a unique look with timeless appeal that is preserved with thoughtful architectural guidelines.
The intent of these guidelines is to direct proportions, architectural elements and materials of the neighborhood to present an expression of harmony. Through consistent home quality, exterior styling these architectural guidelines enrich and preserve the character of the community while permitting individuals to express unique preferences and tastes in their new home.
These guidelines ensure each home adheres to a consistent style and quality standard and assists in protecting each new home investment.
Stillwater Architectural Guidelines
Fences must be built as specified in Architectural Guidelines, if they are facing a public road.
Step downs must be built as listed in guidelines where appropriate.
The private fence built between homeowners must follow the Architectural Guidelines as set out by Mattamy Homes. The only difference for homeowners is:
No Crossbuck Nailers on the inside of fence.
4×6 posts may be used in place of the 6×6 posts as specified.
Top and bottom boards are to be 6×6.
Homeowners may paint the inside of the fence the color they choose.
All outside fences facing the public must be built and painted as specified in the Architectural Guidelines.
Fencing is to be painted or stained with product number 723-04, color code 049A0115 on public side of the fence.
Audited Financial Statements for FY 2020 and 2021 have been completed and distributed to Members. If you have been missed or did not receive a copy please contact us at email@example.com and we will email you a copy.