No animals or reptiles of any kind may be raised, bred, or kept in any unit except small dogs, cats, and caged birds. Pets must be registered with the onsite office, and must be registered and inoculated as required by law. Pets are not permitted on the common elements unless under the control of an adult and carried or leashed. Pet owners are responsible for damage to common areas and disturbances to neighbors their pet may cause. Landlords are responsible for the actions of their tenants.

There are two designated areas in which to walk pets for the purpose of permitting them to relieve themselves: the grassy area bordering the public Americana Drive, and the wooded areas bordering the property.

The Board of Directors may remove without notice any pet found unleashed on the common elements. Traps may be set to facilitate humane capture and removal of cats. A fine may be imposed for unleashed pets on common grounds, noise nuisance, defecation or urination by pets outside of approved pet walking areas, or failure to register a pet. Fines are limited to $10 per day or $50 per occurrence.

Things You Should Know

Condominium Fees

The condominium fees, also known as condominium assessments, are your share of the cost of the common expenses: the repair, replacement, and maintenance of what are known as the "common elements" and payment of common utilities and Talltree South's share of the costs of the swimming pool. The "common elements" include the external grounds and parking lots, and the shared portions of the buildings such as the roofs and hallways. The condominium documents include a complete, legal definition of the common elements. A budget is prepared yearly and is provided to each unit owner.

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