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New Architectural Requirements for Mailboxes and Mailbox Replacement

posted Apr 29, 2011, 11:46 AM by Domain Admin   [ updated Feb 5, 2013, 1:01 PM ]
https://2838008787364511647-a-farmingtonhoa-org-s-sites.googlegroups.com/a/farmingtonhoa.org/farmington-now/announcements/_draft_post/mailbox.jpg?attachauth=ANoY7cq7vcoPLL2NAauwn9YlvaG4qbjtwEaq_ndrOoZv5pUiAMFTP75lAn4ON6qCggGdBHUE5cm_hYs5llz35DpDIHiPbjfycjWyPwpIj8cqGwiaFl3bpQx1g-74WNM7jingUXxroDA4vpUseH5W_FhIos5Kci8bo6SccqymN3mu2V5bEBzKZvE8cNcEjxMWDH8JNd1aNs8QPvo6esmNB7YdAr_SVWJ-4xbvMDGxwabzbT3G4Yj5HwQ%3D&attredirects=0Mailboxes are to be maintained by the homeowner. Mailboxes that are fading, paint peeling, rusting, dented or damaged, leaning, etc, must be repaired and maintained by the homeowner to prevent dilapidation.

When replacing or repairing a mailbox or post, a style conforming to that which was initially installed by the community’s developer must be followed. Posts must be constructed of wood and are to be painted uniformly in white or beige only. Mailboxes must be metal, of standard size and painted black. Only black numbers will be permitted. They must be placed vertically or horizontally on the post, on either one side of the post or both. All mailboxes shall conform to the dimensions recommended by the United States Postal Service.
USPS guidelines/requirements: The base of the mailbox must be 41-45" from the surface of the road(and not the curve). (See: http://www.usps.com/receive/mailboxstandards.htm)

More architectural guidelines will be released soon!




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Apr 29, 2011, 12:11 PM
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