It is important that we maintain the Indian Hills Subdivision as a residential community of high esteem and pleasant living. To that end the following basic standards have been established by your Civic Association.
No towers or similar structures supporting antennas that extend more than eight feet above the roof of the house should be erected.
All Cobb County regulations, including zoning, applicable to these properties should be observed. In the event of a conflict between any restrictions in those regulations and the restrictions set forth in these standards, the more restrictive provisions apply.
Drainage should not be obstructed nor be diverted from drainage swales, storm sewers and/or utility easements.
No resident should use or allow the use of the property in any manner which creates disturbing noises between the hours of 11:00 PM and 7:00 AM that will unreasonably interfere with the rights, comfort or convenience of others.
The property should not be used for keeping or breeding livestock animals, including potbellied pigs, or poultry of any kind. Household pets may be kept providing they are not kept for breeding or maintained for commercial purposes. In accordance with Cobb County regulations, pets should be kept on a leash and be under the physical control of a responsible person at all times while outdoors. Feces left anywhere other than the property occupied by the owner of the pet should be removed immediately by the owner of the pet or person responsible for the pet.
An obviously inoperable vehicle or one that does not have a current license tag should not be kept or stored on the property unless entirely within an enclosed garage or solid fencing.
Automobiles or other vehicles should not be parked on the grass or landscaped area of the property. No house trailer, mobile home, camper or other habitable motor vehicle of any kind, school bus, motorcycle, truck or commercial vehicle over one ton capacity, trailer, boat or boat trailer should be kept stored on the property unless entirely within an enclosed garage or behind tasteful screening.
Recreational and playground equipment, except for basketball backboards, should be located behind the residence, whenever possible, so as to not be visible from the street.