Governing Documents

Governing Documents


Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs) & Other Governing Documents

Like all Planned Unit Developments, Silver Creek is governed by recorded CC&R’s. All residents have certain rights and responsibilities under these documents. All Lots are governed by the Master CC&R’s, and further by the Supplementary Declaration for the neighborhood within Silver Creek (i.e. Brookfield or Grayhawk) as well as other Policies and Rules set by the Board of Directors… see below.  These individual neighborhoods are not Sub-Association’s but are part of the one Silver Creek Association – Sterling Ridge is the ONLY exception.

Sterling Ridge is unique from all the other neighborhoods in Silver Creek. This neighborhood is part of the Silver Creek Association and governed under the Master Declaration & By-Laws. In addition, it has its own Condominium Owner’s Association and governing documents. For your convenience we have links to their Rules and Regulations below but again, please check with them directly to be sure you are viewing the most up to date information.


Silver Creek Association:

Master Declaration (CC&R’s)

Articles of Incorporation


Supplementary CC&Rs for each Neighborhood in the Community:



Country Hollow





South Ridge

Sterling Ridge


Policies & Procedures:

Silver Creek Parking Policy (Revised March 2019)

Silver Creek HOA Emergency Preparedness Document/Procedures


Enforcement / Appeal Procedures

Pierce County Sheriff Agreement

To Request a Fine Appeal Hearing (click here)

Official Board Policy Regarding Telephone Conduct:

Many homeowners receive friendly reminders and violation letters each month. The management company is tasked with enforcing our rules and regulations as outlined in our governing documents. Some residents choose to contact management to discuss these enforcement letters. Management welcomes these calls and will do what they can, as directed by the board, to help you resolve your concerns. However, the Board of Directors has instructed its management company not to return any phone calls which are abusive in nature, include foul language, or which personally attack any of their employees. We understand that you may be angry or frustrated about receiving a letter when you call, yet it is expected that all of us conduct ourselves in a civil manner when talking with the representatives (or leaving a message for them). The Board of Directors cannot tolerate abusive behavior toward any of the vendors or contractors who serve our community’s needs. Therefore, if you call the offices of the management company and swear at them, threaten anyone, accuse them of falsehoods, or are otherwise abusive, they will not call you back and they cannot help you resolve your frustration. Thank you for your cooperation.

Violation Reports: