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What is the ARB?

Your source for information on exterior alterations

Street viewThe Residential Architectural Review Board, more commonly referred to as “The ARB”, is currently managed by Design Management Associates appointed by the Hampton Park Board of Directors in accordance with the Covenants. DMA serves at the discretion of the Board and they are responsible for promulgating rules and procedures for architectural control. DMA reviews all exterior alterations on existing properties to maintain property values and insure alterations are acceptable. They are also charged with administering the adopted rules and procedures for Hampton Park.

Why do we have Architectural Standards and Guidelines?

The Hampton Park Protective Covenants allow for the Association to oversee the aesthetic review and enforcement of all architectural aspects of construction, landscaping or any other exterior change for the entire Hampton Park development. DMA and the Board of Directors have the authority to establish criteria for architectural changes and property maintenance and to handle architectural review and control of single family residential sites. The Hampton Park Architectural Standards and Guidelines are designed to prevent excesses and abuses, while allowing individuals creative flexibility in property use. Based upon the established policies these Standards and Guidelines will help you through the process. The Standards also provide important information on how to prepare your application for review of any changes or alterations you might wish to make to you property.

Who must comply with the Standards and Guidelines?

All lot owners, including builders constructing new houses, within Hampton Park must comply with the “Standards and Guidelines for Lot Owners”.

How does the architectural review process work?

When applications are received by the on site or off site manager, they are uploaded into our Smartwebs program. Design Management will review the application, notify the homeowner, and gather more information if needed. DMA checks each application individually for completeness and accordance with the requirements of the “Standards and Guidelines”. DMA will evaluate all proposed changes, using the “Standards and Guidelines” in effect at the time of application.

Applications conforming to the “Standards and Guidelines” will be most readily approved. Special circumstances regarding your property at your request may allow the approval of an application which might be denied at another location, or the denial of a request which might be approved elsewhere. There are no automatic approvals. Decisions are made by DMA bi-weekly. Homeowners are notified by email within five business days.

2018 Pool Information


While school is in session the Celebration Pool is closed Monday- Thursday

Friday & Saturday, 10-7PM; Sunday-Thursday, 10:00-8:00PM

Funhouse Open 11:00am-7:00pm Every Day During Pool Season

*On Swim Meet Days Celebration Pool Will Close At 3:00 p.m.*

While school is in session the Festival Pool Summer Hours are 3:00 pm- 8:00pm

Saturday & Sunday 11:00am-9:00PM

**On Memorial & Labor Day, both pools close at 7:00 pm. **


Pool Rules:

-No children taller than the gate are permitted in the baby pool. All children in the baby pool must be supervised.

-The pool must be cleared for 30 minutes if there is thunder. Everyone must evacuate the pool deck.

-The pool will close if the lifeguard cannot see the bottom of the pool.

-Pool closure due to weather will be determined by an on-site personnel in accordance with Douglas Aquatics.


Lost & Found

-All items found at the pool will be held for 2 weeks. After two weeks, those items are subject to donation at the discretion of Hampton Park Management.

-All pool toys left behind will be placed in a bin for use at the pool.


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