Good neighbors keep a lookout for one another and report any suspicious activity or persons in the neighborhood. If you notice suspicious persons or vehicles, please call the Charles County Police Department immediately at the non-emergency phone line at 301-932-2222. Help protect South Hampton and your neighbors from unwanted criminal activity or casing of homes. Report suspicious activity day or night!
Homeowners are reminded that refuge, garbage, and trash must be kept at all times in covered containers and such containers must be kept within enclosed structures or appropriately screened from view. Containers may be placed at curbside on collection days but should be returned to an appropriate screened area the same day. This is a Covenant, Condition, and Restriction requirement and compliance is appreciated.
Homeowners are reminded that architectural upgrades are require the prior approval of the Architectural Committee as outlined in Architectural Guidelines of the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CCR’s) of South Hampton By-Laws. The purpose is to maintain our community’s appearance and residential appeal. Many homeowners make architectural design changes without consideration to our neighborhood or your home’s appearance. The Architectural Committee will help you select an approved design to ensure the aesthetics of the community overall. If you are planning to make changes to garage colors or siding ensure that you complete and submit the Architectural Project Request Form found on the Documents tab or contact Michele Talkington with questions.
The South Hampton Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions require homeowners, including lot owners, wishing to construct an external home or lot improvement (including any fence or structure) to submit plans and details to the South Hampton Homeowners Association Architectural Committee for a compliance review to our governing standards. All Homeowners should first review and become familiar with the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions and any amendments for their specific Phase before starting an improvement project. Plans with details should be submitted to the Architectural Committee for approval before starting construction, committing to material purchases or contract labor. The Committee does not review plans for safety, local building code, build permit or zoning compliance. The Architectural Approval Project Request Form is available for printing by going to the Documents page. Homeowners and lot owners may contact the Architectural Committee via phone or email shown on the Contact Us page.