Am I limited to the plants on the Pre-Approved Recommend Plant List?

Sterling Ranch collaborated with Denver Botanic Gardens to research plantings that flourish in Colorado’s semi-arid climate. The concerted research effort trialed planting for water sustainability and resiliency and took form as a test garden planted on the property that was maintained and observed for three years. The recommend plant list is a great start to understanding the Sterling Ranch planting palette, but the Design Review Committee will review additional plant material requests.

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1. How do I get the Sterling Ranch Rules and Regulations documents?
2. Why do we need processes and guidelines to maintain architectural and community standards?
3. What is required for the rear yard at initial installation?
4. Where can I find an application?
5. Can I submit a Design Review Application before I have closed on my property?
6. How do I pay the Design Review application fee?
7. After I receive my approval, can I modify or deviate from my application slightly?
8. How long does the Design Review Process take?
9. How many days do I have to install my rear yard?
10. Am I allowed to make changes to my grading or drainage?
11. Do I need Design Review Committee approval for my fence installation?
12. Am I limited to the plants on the Pre-Approved Recommend Plant List?
13. Am I limited to the landscape contractors on the Pre-Approved Landscaper List?