Many cities, homeowner’s associations and community interest developments have view protection ordinances and regulations. They can be difficult to find, though. Below we’ve provided you with links to the ordinances, tree management policies and view protection restrictions that apply.
Okay. You've checked your ordinances. You know what the view restoration process entails from reading the 5 High-Impact Steps guide What's next?
If, after doing Steps 1 & 2, you are prepared to pursue a view restoration complaint, the next step is to begin the process with a friendly letter to you neighbor describing the problem and possible resolutions. To help you out you can download our prepared Neighborly Request template. Simply modify it to fit your particulars.
Will sending such a letter immediately end your conflict? Maybe not. These disputes can be legally and emotionally complicated. You may still need some expert advice. If so, we’ll welcome your call and help in every way that we can.
By using these free resources, you’ll at least know you’ve put your best foot forward as you attempt to restore your lost view.
The remarkable views on your property are priceless. So, when taken away, you naturally want to take action.
But please know that the laws are complicated. One wrong step at the beginning of your view restoration complaint can spoil the outcome. Let's talk first so that your initial steps can lead to success.