Welcome to Fayson Lakes
Fayson Lakes Association Rules
The Guardian Strip and You
- No docks, retaining walls, or personal beaches are allowed on the guardian strip.
- Boats may be moored or tied to the guardian strip with the permission of the property owner adjacent to the strip.
- The guardian strip should not be blocked off by debris or fences.
- Leaves and tree debris should be removed and not blown into the lake or stored on the guardian strip.
- All requests to make changes to the guardian strip, including tree removal, must be submitted to the Board of Trustees.
- There are rules about the use of pesticides and/or fertilizers which are especially important to follow if you are a lakefront owner.
Please contact Jim Jacobus, Trustee in charge of the Guardian Strip, firstname.lastname@example.org, (C) 973-214-7761, if you have any questions.
Those of us who live adjacent to the lakes in our community are very privileged to have such a resource in our back yard. However, with this comes some responsibility for maintaining this property for future generations of Fayson Lakers. No docks, retaining walls, or other structures are allowed on the strip so as to preserve the natural appearance of our waterline and anyone wishing to make alterations to the Guardian Strip must apply to the Board in writing. The aim is to keep the shoreline as natural looking as possible, while preventing the erosion of shoreline property.
While you can store boats on the Guardian Strip, since it was designed to allow all members access to the shoreline from a common area such as the beach, it should not be blocked off by debris or fences.
There are also rules about the use of pesticides and/or fertilizers, which are especially important to follow if you are a lakefront owner.
Please contact Jim Jacobus, Trustee email@example.com, (C) 973-214-7761, if you have any questions regarding the Guardian Strip.