One of Novie Veshki's most unique features is its sense of freedom. This is due to its "no-fence" policy. Residents may not erect "privacy fences". Only fences provided by the developer are allowed, and the open space design promotes more neighborly conversations and understanding.
Our streets are meant to be enjoyed by all members. Not only adults but especially children. Speed limits are strictly enforced and speed bumps are situated throughout the community. Entry and exit of vehicles of service providers is strictly regulated.
There is plenty of street parking available for your family and guests at Novie Veshki. To keep streets open and family-friendly, street parking is regulated and guests must possess a parking pass.
While the general appearance of buildings is architecturally regulated, there are numerous home design options and model options that allow for individual choice and expression. The community’s rules, however, do not allow for significant revision to the overall architectural themes.
All changes and additions to homes require the prior approval of Novie Veshki’s neighborhood association. For example, the location and composition of accessory building are regulated. No fences or accessory buildings are permitted in front yards.
Members of the community are expected to keep their property reasonably maintained. Novie Veshki offers preferred homeowner discounts to a variety of local maintenance and service providers.
Novie Veshki is pet-friendly. To preserve the beauty of our parks and natural landscaping, we require residents to clean up after their pets and keep them under control at all times.
Peace and quiet are important to our residents so we regulate excessive noise. Neighbors are encouraged to communicate and work together if noise becomes an issue.
Waste is removed at routine intervals, with time and location regulated. Front lawns are required to be kept clean so that the greenery can be enjoyed by all.
Novie Veshki’s neighborhood association possesses similar authority to a small municipal government, for example, regulating what neighbors can and cannot build on their front lawns, speed limits, delivery of utilities, snow removal and security.Neighborhood Association Website