A Covenant Restricted Community

in the City of Colonial Heights, Virginia



The deed conveying ownership of your property in Dunlop Farms specifically references the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restriction (CC&R). Each homeowner is bound to the rules set forth in the CC&R.

Please remember you must contact in advance our Architecture Committee to insure conformity with the CC&R and Architecture Guidelines before you begin to add to or modify your property or structures, including house, external structures, and landscaping.

The treasurer's annual report covers the association fiscal year from May 1 through April 30 of the following year.

The Covenants are PDF files and you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view them - to get a free copy the Acrobat Reader click here.
You can download your Covenant to your computer by Right-clicking on the link to your Covenant and selecting "Save Target As..."
Dunlop Farms was established in 1963 as a Covenant Restricted Community to create a residential environment of the highest quality. The deed conveying your ownership of your Dunlop Farms property specifically references our Covenants and Restrictions.
Each homeowner is responsible for adhering to the rules and requirements set forth in the Covenants and Restrictions. One should read the C&R's carefully before beginning any project. The Dunlop Farms Association is an incorporated entity and the governing body that represents the deeded owners (members) of property within the Subdivision of Colonial Heights, VA known as Dunlop Farms. The Association is responsible for the management of common areas that are collectively owned by the members through the Association, the collective legal representation of the Subdivision, and the enforcement of the deeded Covenants to which all members are bound.


(Documents can be viewed and saved with Adobe Acrobat Reader.  PC users can download and install a free copy of Acrobat Reader.  Mac users do not require Acrobat Reader -- view and save the documents with the OS X Preview application by simply clicking the link below).





Association members have the right under Virginia law to view certain Association documents and obtain for a fee a printed paper copy of these documents. The current fee for a printed paper copy is ten cents ($0.10) per page. Please keep in mind that documents prior to 2009 are stored randomly organized in paper form, while efforts are underway to file and archive these documents electronically. Contact the Board of Directors for more information on requesting documents.