The Architectural Review Board (ARB)
For more information on ARB policies, contact Jered Silver, ARB Administrator, via phone or email.
(828) 680-9162 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We are delighted to welcome you to the Wolf Laurel community of families. Like you, we have a strong emotional tie to the remarkable natural beauty that lies within and around Wolf Laurel. Because of this love of our natural setting, any development at Wolf Laurel must be planned and designed to blend with the environment and to take advantage of the natural assets of views, topography, vegetation, geology and social context. It is an obligation of any developer, new homeowners, general contractors and subcontractors to protect, preserve, and enhance these precious and irreplaceable features that define Wolf Laurel.
The Architectural Review Board (ARB) has been established to provide consistency, compliance and equity in the implementation of policies, plans, conditions, Covenants and Restrictions, and other documents pertaining to the physical development of Wolf Laurel. The ability to maintain Wolf Laurel as an attractive community in which to live depends upon continuous design excellence and sensitivity to the environment. The ARB will serve to ensure compliance with protective restrictions, and the compatibility of construction, design and maintenance of homes on the Mountain.
ARB Architectural Guidelines
Download the required forms for the following actions:
- Building Application Form Information:
For additional information and assessment of fees and requirements, please contact the ARB Administrator, Jered Silver via email email@example.com or call (828) 680-9162.
Forms may be: Mailed to WLRMS Office located at 63 Village Lane, Mars Hill, NC 28754.
Faxed to 828-680-9163 OR
Emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Interior Renovations Application
- Major Exterior Renovations Application
- Minor Exterior Renovations Application
- New Home Construction Application
- Tree Removal Application
In order to conduct certain activities, a building permit is required for the county in which the property is located, in addition to approval from the ARB.