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Governing Docs & Forms

  • Pool Rules and Community Center Regulations

Pool Rules and Community Center Regulations (pdf)

  • Design Review Committee Request Form

Download Design Review Form here (pdf)


Return completed form to:

Dallas Harris Estates DRC

6149 N. Meeker Place

Boise, ID 83713

Phone: 208-323-1080 Fax: 208-853-1960

Email: cbrockl@sentrymgt.com


  • Residential Design Guidelines

Single Family Homes (pdf)

  • Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs)

Harris Ranch CC&Rs (pdf)

  • Subdivision No. 1

Supplemental (CC&Rs) (pdf)


Harris Ranch is a unique, "mixed use" planned community and the first of its kind within the City of Boise. One of the community's distinguishing attributes is the property rights, protections and restrictions established by the CC&Rs. The CC&Rs are intended to protect, enhance and preserve the value, amenities, desirability and attractiveness of the property. They ultimately provide for an integrated neighborhood& consistently maintained with high quality standards of living.


The Harris Ranch Master Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs) and the Harris Ranch Supplemental CC&Rs are the documents that state the covenants between the homeowner/ resident and the Harris Ranch Homeowners Association. The CC&Rs outline the expectations of our neighborhood and are designed to help maintain our property values and our quality of life.


Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs)

Harris Ranch is a unique, "mixed use" planned community and the first of its kind within the City of Boise. One of the community's distinguishing attributes is the property rights, protections and restrictions established by the CC&Rs. The CC&Rs are intended to protect, enhance and preserve the value, amenities, desirability and attractiveness of the property. They ultimately provide for an integrated neighborhood& consistently maintained with high quality standards of living.


The Harris Ranch Master Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs) and the Harris Ranch Supplemental CC&Rs are the documents that state the covenants between the homeowner/ resident and the Harris Ranch Homeowners Association. The CC&Rs outline the expectations of our neighborhood and are designed to help maintain our property values and our quality of life.


While much of the language contained within the CC&Rs is admittedly "legalese" in nature and perhaps not often applicable to daily life in the community, there are a number standards and requirements of higher relevance. A few such items are highlighted below for your convenience:



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  • Improvements (Master Declaration Article 4.3)
    All improvements, additions or alterations to the Property must adhere to the Harris Ranch Design Guidelines and be approved by the Harris Ranch Review Board. Architectural Control Committee (ACC) Request Project Forms may be obtained from the Management Company or may be downloaded from this website.
  • Nuisances (Master Declaration Article 4.4)
    No rubbish or debris may accumulate on the Property. Odors, fumes and dust that would be considered a hindrance to adjoining Properties is not permitted. 
  • Signs (Master Declaration Article 4.8)
    No signs of any kind shall be displayed on or from any portion of the Property unless the signage complies with the provisions of the Harris Ranch Specific Plan Code.
  • Vehicles & Trailers (Master Declaration Article 4.16)
    Camp trailers, boats, horse trailers, utility trailers and the like may only be stored in garages. Parking of inoperable vehicles or vehicles under repair is not permitted.
  • Animals/Pets (Master Declaration Article 4.17)
    Only domestic pets are allowed, limited to 5 in total with no more than three of any one species.
  • Landscaping (Master Declaration Article 4.23)
    Landscaping improvements must adhere to the Architectural and Landscape Design Guidelines and be approved by the Harris Ranch Review Board prior to installation.
  • Leasing (Subdivision No. 1 Supplement Article 4.10)
    The owner of a unit may lease the unit for no more than a cumulative total of 60 months.


Again, the above referenced items represent only a few commonly encountered subjects set forth in the CC&Rs, and you are encouraged to familiarize yourself with the full text of the documents which can be downloaded by clicking on the link above.


HOA Assessments Collection Policy


The Harris Ranch Subdivision No. 1 (aka Dallas Harris Estates) Board of Directors has established a policy for collection of late assessment payments. This policy is not intended to punish homeowners, but to be fair to all homeowners who pay their dues on time. If late dues are allowed to accrue, homeowners who pay on time and in good faith are forced to subsidize those who do not pay.


When dues are not paid in a timely manner, the Association as a whole suffers financially. Either dues would have to be raised or reserves would dwindle. No owner may, for any reason, exempt himself/herself from liability for such dues. The quarterly homeowner’s association dues must be paid as indicated and on time.


To view the Collections Policy, click here (pdf)