Architectural Guidelines

Architectural Control Committee

The Reflection Pointe Architectural Control Committee (ACC) operates in accordance with the Conditions, Covenants, and Restrictions of the Reflection Pointe Homeowners Association. This committee has the responsibility of approving and overseeing the construction of and modifications to all homes in the neighborhood. This committee, comprised of volunteer homeowners living in Reflection Pointe, is chaired by one of the homeowners, and is augmented with the professional services of a registered architect who is also a property owner in Reflection Pointe.

The Reflection Pointe Architectural Guideline (Guidelines) provides the overall framework, standards, and procedures for the development of the community in an orderly and cohesive manner. These Guidelines have been developed to provide direction for the planning, design, construction, landscaping, and modifications of all residences, buildings, structures, and improvements in the Reflection Pointe community. The ACC strongly encourages anyone considering building in Reflection Pointe to contact the City of Belmont and Gaston County for a current listing of any City and County required fees.

The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) holds four quarterly meetings that are open to the community. Property owners or those interested in purchasing property/land may attend any of the four quarterly meetings and meet with members of the ACC including the neighborhood architect Richard Alsop.

The meetings begin at 6:30 p.m. and will be held virtually for the time being. The meeting dates for 2022 are March 2, June 1, September 7 and December 7. A link to sign up for the open meetings will be sent out at a later date. The ZOOM call starts at 6:30pm with 6 time slots of 15 minutes each with 5 minute intervals – therefore ending at 8:25.

The Guidelines have been revised several times by the ACC since the community developer originally issued it. These revisions have deleted, added, or clarified requirements in an attempt to make the Guidelines easier to read and follow. The Guidelines were revised in February, 2020. Links to the most current Guidelines dated February, 2020. **Submittal Forms were revised April 2022