Terms and Conditions

Cascara Vacation Rentals
Terms and Conditions

 

Rental Deposit:  Reserving a home requires a deposit of 50% of the total due. We will charge your card upon making your reservation. If paying by check, deposits not received within ten days risk cancellation. The remaining balance is due 60 days before arrival and will be processed automatically and is at that point no longer refundable even if dates are shortened or canceled. We will send your final confirmation electronically unless otherwise requested.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations made prior to 60 days before arrival are subject to a $50.00 non-refundable fee. Cancellations made within 60 days of arrival require full forfeiture of rental amount. We reserve the right to cancel any reservation or substitute rental homes due to circumstances beyond our control. There are no refunds due to situations or occurrences beyond Cascara Vacation Rental’s control.

Minimum Nights: At certain times of the year, some homes and bookings require a stay of a minimum number of nights. We will contact you to discuss options should there be an issue regarding minimum night requirements after your online booking has been made. You may contact us at (800) 531-1130 should you have questions regarding any seasonal minimum night requirements.

Pet Fees: Pets must be declared when reserving a home or condo as not every home allows pets. A fee of $15 per pet, per night will be charged, some restrictions apply. Homeowners and/or Management reserve the right to accept or deny pets.

Damages: Renting a home with Cascara includes a $55 - $150 Accidental Damage Protection Plan cost, depending on the home. The plan covers certain accidental damages up to $500. Damages in excess of $500 to the rental home including, but not limited to, excess carpets spots, damage by pets, and/or a home left in unreasonable condition, are the financial responsibility of the registered guest. If damage does occur during your stay, you must report it even if it is included in the damage waiver.

Maximum Occupancy: Limits are strictly enforced per Deschutes County code 5.12.020 & 5.12.060. If maximum occupancy is exceeded, you will be asked to vacate the property and forfeit any rental payments.

Lost Keys and individual home amenities access passes: There is a $25 charge for each key that is lost or not turned in upon check-out. Amenity access passes (laminated or electronically coded) must be returned to their hooks in the home or Guest will be responsible for cost replacement of lost amenity access cards.

Cleaning Fee: All units have a non-refundable cleaning fee. Please contact us upon arrival should you require further cleaning assistance.

Amenities & appliances: Individual home amenities such as hot tub, washer/dryer, appliances, audio/video equipment, etc. are subject to down time for repair or maintenance. Should there be a concern with any items upon your arrival, please call our office. We will make every attempt to repair or replace items as such that are in need during your stay. All items within the homes are inspected periodically. Items such as bicycles and hot tubs at homes are to be used at guest’s personal risk. Such items are to be inspected by the guest prior to use. Guests are to report any needed repairs to such items. Cascara is not liable for and does not guarantee the quality or safety of bikes or other items provided at the property.

Check In/Out: Check-in time starts at 4:00 PM. During peak seasons check in time can be delayed. Check-out time is 11:00 AM. There are no exceptions made during busy or holiday seasons unless previous arrangements have been agreed upon.

Smoking: All Cascara Vacation properties do not permit smoking inside the vacation homes or condos. This includes, but is not limited to tobacco, marijuana, vape pens, vaping, cartridges containing liquid nicotine, hookahs, cigars, or any lighted inhaled material. Any damage caused by smoking is 100% the responsibility of the guest on file. Sunriver is surrounded by the abundant wooded area of the Deschutes National Forest, which makes for a very high wildfire risk in the warm months.

According to Sunriver Owners Association Rules and Regulations:
Smoking of cigarettes, pipes, or other substances on or along any road, drive, lane (except within an enclosed motor vehicle), pathway, trail, or any SROA owned property is prohibited unless specifically permitted by signage.
Other: Cascara is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Registered Guests must be 21 years of age or older: Subletting of a rental home is strictly prohibited. These rules, regulations, and guidelines are subject to modification at any time without notification. Rates are subject to change. Any reservations made under false pretense will be subject to forfeiture of advance payment of rental deposit and the party will not be permitted to check in. There are no refunds due to natural or man-made disasters, electrical black-outs, loss of telephone or utility service or events beyond Cascara’s control. Rates are subject to change.

Complete Sunriver Rules and Regulations:
SUNRIVER RULES & REGULATIONS
REVISED JUNE 2020

SUNRIVER RULES AND REGULATIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION 1 RULES; PROCEDURE AND ENFORCEMENT 
1.01 Dissemination of Rules 
1.02 Notice: Magistrate’s Hearing; Appeals 
1.03 Sunriver Judicial Council 
1.04 Enforcement 
1.05 Schedule of Fines
SECTION 2 ROADWAYS, PARKING AND PATHWAYS 
2.01 Motor Vehicle Moving Violations
2.02 Parking 
2.03 Pathways, Pedestrians and Cycles
2.04 Golf Carts
SECTION 3 ANIMALS
3.01 Pets 
3.02 Vicious Dogs
3.03 Horses
3.04 Wildlife 
SECTION 4 USE RESTRICTIONS 
4.01 Trees and Vegetation 
4.02 Maintenance and Appearance
4.03 Fires and Smoking 
4.04 Commercial Use and Home Occupations
4.05 Solicitation 
4.06 Cardinal Landing Bridge 
4.07 Temporary Living Accommodations 
SECTION 5 NOISE AND NUISANCES 
5.01 Disturbing the Peace 
5.02 Firearms and Dangerous Projectiles
5.03 Littering and Garbage 
5.04 Residential and Commercial Alarms
5.05 Unmanned Aircraft Systems 
5.06 Code of Civility 

SUNRIVER RULES AND REGULATIONS
In the exercise of its powers and in the performance of its obligations pursuant to the
Consolidated Plan of Sunriver (the “Consolidated Plan”) and of any Sunriver Declaration, the Board
of Directors (“Board”) of Sunriver Owners Association (“SROA”), on behalf of the Association, has
adopted the following Rules and Regulations.
In conformance with and to the extent required or allowed by all or any of the Declarations, the
Design Committee hereby consents to the terms of the Rules and authorizes the SROA
departments entitled the “Community Development Department” and “Natural Resources
Department” (as such departments may be renamed or redesignated from time to time) as the
representatives of the Design Committee, to grant permits and approvals as described herein.
Such authorization may be revoked or limited by official action of the Design Committee and/or
Board of Directors. A copy of these Rules shall be made available upon request by any person at
SROA’s administrative office.
SECTION 1 RULES; PROCEDURE AND ENFORCEMENT
1.01 Dissemination of Rules
A. The Board may appoint an individual to serve as a magistrate for SROA
(hereinafter referred to as the “Magistrate”). The Magistrate shall serve at
the pleasure of the Board with a term that may be terminated at any time,
with or without cause.
B. The Magistrate shall be the Board’s delegated representative with the
authority to act as a hearing officer to enforce the Consolidated Plan,
Declarations, Design Committee Manual of Rules and Procedures and these
Rules (for purposes of this Section 1.01 only, a “Rule” or collectively the
“Rules”) through imposition and collection of fines and penalties. The
Magistrate’s primary role shall be to determine whether a violation of these
Rules has occurred as a factual matter and to apply the appropriate fine
based on the Magistrate’s finding. The Magistrate may consider mitigating
circumstances when imposing fines but shall not have the authority to
declare a Rule unenforceable as a matter of law. In other words, a
Magistrate does not have a judicial power to evaluate whether a Rule is
consistent with the Consolidated Plan or the law generally. The power to
interpret the Consolidated Plan is expressly reserved to the Board. The
Magistrate shall have no authority to file liens or institute legal proceedings
on behalf of SROA.
C. The Magistrate shall decide on Rule violations in an impartial and uniform
manner at initial or special hearings as provided in Section 1.02 at times
mutually agreed upon by the Magistrate and the Board.
D. The Magistrate reports directly to the Board. The Magistrate shall maintain a
record of all evidence submitted for each rule violation brought before the

Magistrate during special hearings and as reasonably necessary at initial
hearings. Upon the conclusion of such hearings, the Magistrate shall deliver
all such record and evidence to the Board, or its designee.
E. The Magistrate may make recommendations or propose changes to the
Rules by notice to the Community Development Department and/or the
Board but shall have no power to unilaterally change or otherwise amend
the Rules.
1.02 Notice: Magistrate’s Hearing; Appeals
A. All person’s subject to a fine for violation of (i) one or more SROA Rules and
Regulations or one or more Design Committee Rules (collectively Rule or
Rules); or (ii) a provision of the Consolidated Plan or a Sunriver Declaration
(collectively Provision or Provisions) shall be given written notice of the
violation and proposed assessment of fine. The Association’s General
Manager, or his delegate, and any member of the Sunriver Police
Department may issue notice of violation of any Rule or Provision.
B. A form of the notice of violation shall be used which has been approved by
the Board. The notice of violation shall include the date and place of the
alleged violation, the Rule or Provision alleged violated, the amount of the
Scheduled Fine, the date the notice is issued and the date, time and place
for a hearing before the Sunriver Magistrate. The notice of violation shall
advise the recipient of the following options:
Option No. 1. The recipient may acknowledge the violation and satisfy
responsibility for the violation by paying one-half the
Scheduled Fine prior to the time set for the hearing before the Magistrate.
There is no appeal from Option No. 1 once payment is made.
Option No. 2. The recipient may appear in person or by counsel at the
hearing, and either (a) request to contest the violation as provided in Option
No. 4 below; or (b) acknowledge the violation and consent to the
Magistrate’s decision based upon the report of the person issuing the
citation. If the recipient decides to contest the violation under Option No. 4,
the Magistrate shall schedule a special hearing as provided in Option No. 4
below. If the recipient acknowledges the violation, then the hearing will
proceed. The recipient may not present witnesses, dispute facts in the
report or question the person who issued the citation but the recipient may
present an explanation of mitigating circumstances. Other written
statements from witnesses will be accepted and considered by the
Magistrate. There is no appeal from the Magistrate’s decision under Option
No. 2.
Option No. 3. The recipient may mail, in time to reach the Magistrate prior
to the time set for hearing as shown in the notice of violation, (a) the full
amount of the Scheduled Fine, (b) a written explanation of any mitigating
circumstances related to the violation, (c) a waiver of the right to be heard
and (d) a consent to the Magistrate’s decision based upon the explanation
of the person issuing the citation. The Magistrate may cause all or part of
the amount tendered to be forfeited in payment of the fine assessed but will
return any amount tendered which is in excess of the fine assessed. There is
no appeal from the Magistrate’s decision under Option No. 3.
Option No. 4. The recipient may contest the violation by submitting a
written request for a special hearing to be held at a different time than the
regular hearing. The request must reach the Magistrate prior to the time set
for hearing. The request shall include agreement to appear, either
personally or by counsel, to arrange for any supporting witnesses and shall
acknowledge that failure to appear as agreed may result in the assessment
of an additional fine not to exceed $500, in addition to the full amount of
the Scheduled Fine. The Magistrate shall require the person issuing the
citation and other relevant SROA and Sunriver Service District employees to
be present at the special hearing and shall give the recipient written notice
of the date, time and place for the special hearing. In lieu of personal
appearance, a special hearing based upon written statements may be
requested.
C. If the recipient fails to respond or appear as per any of the four options
above, the violation shall be deemed admitted and the Magistrate may
impose a fine, which is not subject to appeal.
D. After any regular or special hearing, the Magistrate will determine whether
a fine should be imposed, will determine the amount of any fine and will
notify the recipient of the determination.
E. All appeals of fines imposed by the Magistrate which are subject to appeal
shall be decided by the Sunriver Judicial Council. Any person against whom a
fine has been imposed under Section 1.02 B. (Option No. 4) who deems that
such a fine was unfairly imposed, either because the person believes he/she
did not violate any Rule or Provision as charged or because the fine imposed
is unduly severe, may appeal from the imposition of the fine by filing a
statement to that effect with the Sunriver Judicial Council within 30 days
after notice of the fine has been issued. All appeal requests shall be sent to
the Judicial Council in care of SROA. The Judicial Council shall schedule a
hearing within 90 days from receipt of the statement of appeal and shall
notify the appellant in writing at least 10 days prior to the date of the
hearing. The collection of the fine shall be stayed pending a decision on
appeal.
F. For violations of the Rules that are continuing or ongoing, the Magistrate or
other enforcement personnel of SROA may impose a fine for ongoing
violation for so long as the violation continues. For example, an owner who
refuses to remove a sign not in compliance with the Design Committee
Manual commits a Class C offense. The Magistrate or other enforcement
personnel of SROA may impose a fine for such offense which renews each
month until the sign is removed without the need for a new citation or
hearing each month.
1.03 Sunriver Judicial Council
A. The Sunriver Judicial Council shall consist of not less than three persons who
shall be appointed by the Board. At least two members of the council shall
be members of SROA; provided however, that no person shall serve as a
member of the Judicial Council while serving as a member of the Board. The
Board shall keep on file at its principal office a list of the names and
addresses of the members of the Sunriver Judicial Council. The Judicial
Council shall elect one of its members to preside at the hearings.
B. All hearings held with respect to the appeal of a violation of any Rule or
Provision, or fine shall be conducted pursuant to Section 6.07 of the
Consolidated Plan. Hearings before the Judicial Council shall be conducted in
accordance with such rules of procedure as the Council may adopt from
time to time. The chair of the Judicial Council shall preside if present. If not,
another member of the Judicial Council shall be selected by the number
present to preside. The appellant may appear, either in person, by counsel
or by other representative designated in writing, and may examine and
cross-examine witnesses, introduce evidence and present oral argument.
The appellant may elect to submit his argument based solely on written
statement without appearing in person, by counsel or other representative.
The Council shall base its decision upon evidence in the record and
presented at the appeal hearing and render its decision in writing within ten
(10) days of the conclusion of the hearing. Copies of the decision shall be
mailed or delivered to the person charged with the violation and to the
Magistrate. The decision shall be final and binding on all parties to the
appeal.
C. A fine in the amount not to exceed $500 may be imposed against any person
who, without notice, fails to appear at a hearing on appeal before the
Judicial Council.
1.04 Enforcement
A. The Board or its authorized delegate may impose and enforce fines as
provided in these Rules, institute legal proceedings to enjoin further
violation of the Rules and Provisions and take any such further action as may
be provided in the Consolidated Plan or as may be necessary or appropriate
to enforce compliance with the Rules and Provisions.
B. All fines shall become due and payable ten (10) days after the date the
notice of fine is issued by the Magistrate. If within thirty (30) days after the
notice of fine is issued the fine is not paid and no statement of appeal has
been filed, the Board or its authorized delegate is authorized to file a lien
against the Sunriver property owned or occupied by the person having
violated any Rule or Provision.
C. Any fine imposed for a violation of any Rule or Provision shall be considered
both a personal obligation and an assessment against the Sunriver unit
owned or occupied by the person in violation of the Rules or Provisions and
may be collected in the manner provided for in the Consolidated Plan.
D. In addition to any fine or penalty prescribed by these Rules, a person who
violates any Rule or Provision shall be liable to the Association for civil
damages arising out of the violation and shall be subject to any other
remedy available to the Association at law or in equity.
1.05 Schedule of Fines
A. Except as otherwise provided in the Rules and Provisions, the Scheduled
Fine for violation of any Rule or Provision shall be an amount not exceeding:
1. $2,500 for a Class A offense and/or Suspension of Recreation access privileges.
2. $500 for a Class B offense and/or Suspension of Recreation access privileges.
3. $250 for a Class C offense and/or Suspension of Recreation access privileges.
4. $100 for a Class D offense and/or Suspension of Recreation access privileges.
5. $50 for a Class E offense and/or Suspension of Recreation access privileges.
6. $20 for a Class F offense and/or Suspension of Recreation access privileges.
B. The Scheduled Fine for violation of a moving motor vehicle violation
(infraction) shall be an amount not exceeding the bail amount prescribed for
the offense in the Oregon Supreme Court Uniform Bail Schedule (UBS)
applicable to traffic offenses which is in effect at the time of the infraction
except the Scheduled Fine for:
1. Exceeding the designated speed limit by 1 to 10 mph shall be $40;
2. Exceeding the designated speed limit by 11 to 20 mph shall be $60;
3. Failure to obey a traffic control device shall be $60; provided the
violation does not contribute to an accident.
Said UBS, as revised from time to time, is incorporated herein by this
reference.
C. The Scheduled Fine for violation of a Design Committee Rule shall be the
amount listed in the “Schedule of Fines,” Schedule C, Design Committee
Manual of Rules and Procedures, which schedule is incorporated herein by
this reference.
D. Fines for violations of any Rule or Provision that do not specify a fine
schedule or an offense/infraction class shall be established by the Board as
necessary.
E. If the fine for a violation is paid prior to the time set for the Magistrate’s
hearing the amount of the fine will be one-half the Scheduled Fine shown on
the notice of violation.
SECTION 2 ROADWAYS, PARKING AND PATHWAYS
2.01 Motor Vehicle Violations
A. Except as otherwise provided in these Rules, the Oregon Vehicle Code (ORS
Chapter 801 et. seq.) by this reference is incorporated as part of these Rules.
All provisions and rules in the Oregon Vehicle Code applicable to public
highways or to premises open to the public shall be applicable to and
enforceable on all roadways in Sunriver. Motor vehicles using Sunriver
roadways shall be subject to and operate in compliance with said Oregon
Vehicle Code provisions and rules.
B. No person shall operate a motor vehicle in excess of the posted speed and in
no event in excess of 25 miles per hour in non-posted areas.
C. No person shall operate a motor vehicle on other than surfaced
motor vehicle roadways and designated parking areas, except
SROA and Sunriver Service District (SSD) authorized vehicles, utility company
vehicles and vehicles issued permits by SROA.
D. No person shall operate any motorized vehicle on Sunriver motor vehicle
roadways which is not equipped and registered for operation on the
highways of the State of Oregon, except golf carts, construction and
maintenance equipment or SROA authorized vehicles. Prohibited vehicles
include, but are not limited to, snowmobiles, unlicensed dirt bikes, dune
buggies, all-terrain vehicles, go-carts, dune cycles and mini-bikes.
E. Violation of paragraph A or B of Section 2.01 shall be infractions subject to
fine pursuant to Section 1.05 B. Violation of paragraphs C or D constitutes a
Class C offense.
2.02 Parking
A. Motor vehicles shall be parked:
1. On private residential lots on the paved surface, or in the case of a
graveled drive, on the surface designated as the drive by the site plan,
and
2. On other property, only in designated parking areas or as permitted
elsewhere in these rules.
B. No vehicles shall be parked so as to inhibit passage of emergency vehicles or
snowplows.
C. Except as provided in paragraph (D) of this section, vehicles shall not be
parked on or along any roadway within Sunriver without prior approval of
the Sunriver Police Department or as permitted by SROA.
D. Service vehicles providing repair or other services at residential units, which
services do not require Design Committee approval, may be parked along
residential lanes adjacent to the unit at which the services are being
provided, for a period of up to four hours.
E. Recreational and utility vehicles and related equipment include, but are not
limited to, motor homes, trailer homes, campers, boats, boat trailers, utility
trailers, snowmobiles, motorized dirt bikes and trailers. Recreational, utility
and commercial vehicles and related equipment may be parked or stored
only:
1. On private areas when entirely enclosed within a permanent structure;
2. In a designated space in a Sunriver RV storage yard subject to availability
and payment of a space rental fee to SROA;
3. As provided in paragraphs F and G of this rule; or
4. In other areas with prior written approval of SROA.
5. For purposes of this rule, commercial vehicles include all vehicles used in
a trade or business which are larger than 220 inches in length or 78
inches in height or which have lettering more than 3 inches high.
F. Subject to all other conditions prescribed in these Rules, recreational, utility
vehicles and related equipment may be parked unenclosed on a temporary
basis not to exceed 48 hours within a seven (7) day period. In the event of
an emergency or other unusual circumstance as determined by SROA in its
sole discretion, recreational and utility vehicles and related equipment or
other disabled vehicles may be parked unenclosed for additional periods not
to exceed five (5) consecutive days with a dated SROA permit. The intent of
this Rule is to prohibit long-term, unenclosed storage of recreational, utility
vehicles and related equipment, but also to allow temporary, short-term
unenclosed parking. Recreational and utility vehicles shall not be used as
living accommodations, as stated in Section 4; Rule 4.07 A.
G. All vehicles parked on or near a job site in conjunction with an approved
construction project will be so designated as a registered contractor by a
visible contractor parking permit displayed prominently on the dash board
or window of the vehicle.
H. Each violation of Paragraph A of Section 2.02 constitutes a Class F offense.
Each violation of Paragraphs B, C, D , E ,F and G constitutes:
1. A Class E offense if the first violation;
2. A Class D offense if the second violation; and
3. A Class C offense for each subsequent violation.
2.03 Pathways, Pedestrians and Cycles
A. The use of Sunriver pathways is restricted to Sunriver owners, residents and
guests.
B. Pathways shall be used solely by (1) pedestrians and (2) non-motorized vehicles.
The term “non-motorized vehicles” means: tricycles, bicycles, scooters, strollers,
child trailers, tag-along bikes towed behind bicycles and Class 1 ebikes. For
purposes of these Rules, “Class 1 eBikes” means two-wheeled, pedal-assist only,
low-speed electric bicycles, with no throttle, that have a maximum assisted
speed of 20 mph. All motorized vehicles and non-motorized vehicles not
specifically described above (including, but not limited to, skateboards, roller
blades, inline skates, hoverboards, electric or other motorized versions of nonmotorized
vehicles (whether assisted or fully electric), any throttle-assisted or
pedal-assisted eBikes capable of speeds higher than 20 mph. and Segways) are
prohibited. Exception to this rule applies to SROA authorized vehicles and
vehicles issued written permits by SROA. Notwithstanding the foregoing,
wheelchairs and other similar conveyances are permitted on SROA pathways for
use by persons with a disability or infirmity that requires their use. Violation of
this rule by using the pathways with any prohibited means of propulsion
constitutes a Class C offense.
C. Pedestrians and non-motorized vehicle riders are prohibited from using
roadways when a bicycle/pedestrian path is adjacent to or near the
roadway.
D. Pedestrians shall have the right of way on pathways and at all
pathway/roadway crossings in accordance with the Oregon Vehicle Code.
Pedestrians and non-motorized vehicle riders shall walk/ride on the right
side of the pathways and pass on the left with a word of warning (see
Section E. below).
E. Passing on pathways is permitted only when an unobstructed view of other
traffic indicates it is safe to pass. Passing shall be to the left and the person
passing shall give audible warning of his/her intention to pass.
F. Non-motorized vehicle riders shall ride in a safe, respectful, and courteous
manner and obey all regulating signs on pathways and roadways.
G. Non-motorized vehicle operators or passengers under the age of 16 years
are required to wear a helmet while riding within Sunriver. All nonmotorized
vehicle riders and passengers are encouraged to wear a helmet
while riding.
H. Non-motorized vehicles shall be ridden on SROA designated pathways and
permitted roadways only (see paragraph 2.03 C).
I. Non-motorized vehicles shall yield to motor vehicles at all roadway
crossings.
J. Operation of non-motorized vehicles after dark without an operating front
light and rear reflector is prohibited.
K. Non-motorized vehicles shall be ridden as close to the right side of the
pathway or permitted roadway as practical.
L. When stopped, non-motorized vehicle riders, passengers, and pedestrians
shall not obstruct other traffic using the pathway.
M. Non-motorized vehicle riders shall not ride with leashed or tethered pets
alongside. (Pets may accompany riders if adequately secured in baskets or
cycle trailers.)
N. Non-motorized vehicle riders shall obey all signage posted at tunnels.
O. Non-motorized vehicles and pedestrians shall not ride or walk over utility
corridors.
P. Violation of Section 2.03 constitutes a Class F offense, unless otherwise
stated.
2.04 Golf Carts
A. Golf carts shall be operated only on golf courses and roadways or as
specifically designated and permitted by the SROA Board:
1. Only during daylight hours;
2. As close to the right side of the roadway as practical; and
3. With a slow-moving vehicle emblem conforming to the requirements of
the Oregon Motor Vehicles Division, displayed without obstruction on
the rear of the golf cart.
B. Whenever a golf cart is impeding a vehicle, the golf cart operator shall turn
right into the first available road or lane and allow the motor vehicle to pass.
C. Violation of Section 2.04 constitutes a Class F offense.

SECTION 3 ANIMALS
3.01 Pets
A. No animals, except household pets, shall be kept or raised within Sunriver.
Pets shall not be bred or raised for commercial purposes.
B. Pets shall be controlled so as not to be a nuisance, harass or chase wildlife
or disturb the peace, as defined in Section 5, Rule 5.01 A.
C. All pet owners are responsible for removing any pet defecation and
disposing it in a trash receptacle.
D. Pets shall not be permitted to run loose or be left unattended outside of the
residence. Dogs shall be under the complete control of a capable person
either on a leash or under effective voice control at all times. Persons
walking dogs shall have a leash in their possession at all times.
E. Owners of pets who are in repeated violation of these rules may be required
to remove their pets permanently from Sunriver. Any dog running loose or
unattended outside the private area of the owner thereof may be
impounded and the cost of the impoundment shall be assessed to the
owner in accordance with the Deschutes County regulations.
F. Violation of paragraph 3.01 C constitutes a Class E offense. Violation of
paragraphs A, B and D constitutes a class D offense.
3.02 Vicious Dogs
A. Ownership or possession within Sunriver of a vicious dog is prohibited.
B. A vicious dog is any dog which exhibits any of the following behaviors:
1. When unprovoked, approaches any person in a vicious or terrorizing
manner in an apparent attack;
2. Has a known propensity, tendency or disposition to attack without
provocation to cause injury or otherwise endanger the safety of persons
or animals;
3. Bites, inflicts injury upon, assaults or otherwise attacks a person or
animal without provocation; or
4. Is kept or trained for the purpose of dog fighting.
C. Violation of Section 3.02 constitutes a Class B offense.
D. In addition to the fine described by Section 3.02 C, vicious dog(s) may be
impounded at the owner’s expense and the owner may be required to
permanently remove the dog(s) from Sunriver.
3.03 Horses
A. Horses shall be ridden and maintained only in designated pastures or
stables, or on designated horse trails unless otherwise authorized by the
Board or authorized delegate.
B. Violation of Section 3.03 constitutes a Class C offense.
3.04 Wildlife
A. The deliberate feeding of native or feral wildlife (except birds) within
Sunriver is prohibited.
B. The placement of salt blocks (except in designated pastures) within Sunriver
is prohibited.
C. The intentional harassment (teasing, stalking, chasing) or physical harm of
wildlife within Sunriver is prohibited except as permitted by written
approval of SROA for animal control purposes.
D. The live trapping and relocation of nuisance animals is authorized with a
permit from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW).
E. Violation of Section 3.04 constitutes a Class D offense.
SECTION 4 USE RESTRICTIONS
4.01 Trees and Vegetation
A. SROA Owned Property
Trimming, pruning, damaging or removal of any tree (standing or fallen) and
landscaping, restoration or alteration of any SROA owned property without
prior written authorization of the Design
Committee or its duly authorized representative is prohibited, except as
provided in SROA’s Ladder Fuels Reduction Plan and Noxious Weed Plan. For
purposes of this rule, a tree is deemed damaged if the Environmental
Director determines that the damage has adversely affected the health of
the tree. Violation of this paragraph constitutes a Class A offense.
B. Privately Owned Properties:
1. Each owner shall manage ladder fuels and noxious weeds on his/her
privately owned property in compliance with SROA’s Ladder Fuels
Reduction Plan and Noxious Weed Plan.
a. Failure of an owner to manage his/her privately owned property in
compliance with SROA’s Ladder Fuels Reduction Plan within thirty
(30) days after written Notice of Deficiency constitutes a Class B
offense. If the violation is not remedied within 30 days after the date
the first fine is levied, an additional fine equal to double the amount
of the fine for a Class B offense shall be levied. If the violation is not
remedied within 30 days after the date the second fine is levied, an
additional fine equal to four times the amount of the fine for a Class
B offense shall be levied. For each additional 30-day period during
which the violation is not remedied, an additional fine equal to the
amount of the fine for a Class A offense shall be levied. The amounts
of the fines for each violation shall be cumulative.
b. Failure of an owner to manage his/her privately owned property in
compliance with SROA’s Noxious Weed Plan within thirty (30) days
after written Notice of Deficiency constitutes a Class C offense. If the
violation is not remedied within 30 days after the date the first fine is
levied (or at the conclusion of any weather-related extension time
period as provided below), an additional fine equal to the amount of
the fine for a Class B offense shall be levied. If the violation is not
remedied within 30 days after the date the second fine is levied, an
additional fine equal to the amount of the fine for a Class A offense
shall be levied. For each additional 30-day period during which the
violation is not remedied, an additional fine equal to the amount of
the fine for a Class A offense shall be levied. The amount of the fine
for each violation shall be cumulative. Notwithstanding the
foregoing, SROA’s Natural Resource Director may grant a weatherrelated
extension for compliance with SROA’s Noxious Weed Plan.
The granting of any such extension shall be in the sole discretion of
the Natural Resource Director, shall be in writing, and shall be of as
brief a duration as reasonably necessary to account for adverse
weather conditions.
2. Trimming, pruning, damaging or removal of any Lodgepole
or Ponderosa Pine on private property without prior written
authorization of the Design Committee or its duly authorized
representative is prohibited except as provided in SROA’s Ladder Fuel
Reduction Plan. For purposes of this rule, a tree is deemed damaged if
the Natural Resources Director determines that the damage has
adversely affected the health of the tree.
a. Violation of Paragraph 4.01 B.2 constitutes a Class A offense for trees
more than 4 inches in diameter.
b. Violation of Paragraph 4.01 B.2 constitutes a Class C offense for trees
4 inches or less in diameter.
c. Diameter shall mean DBH (diameter at breast height). The DBH shall
be measured from the original undisturbed ground. In the event the
tree has been removed below DBH the diameter shall be measured
at the height of the cut.
3. Removal or placement of trees, shrubs, other vegetation or any
landscaping on privately owned property without prior written
authorization from the SROA Design Committee or its duly authorized
representative is prohibited, except for placement of native grasses,
non-woody flowering plants and routine landscape maintenance
including trimming and pruning of non-native ornamental trees and
other vegetation, or as provided in SROA’s Ladder Fuels Reduction Plan
and Noxious Weed Plan. Violation of this Paragraph constitutes a Class C
offense, except as provided in Section 4.01B.2(a).
C. Cutting, trimming, pruning, removal or planting of each tree, shrub or other
vegetation in violation of Section 4.01 shall constitute a separate and
independent violation.
D. Collection and/or transport of firewood from SROA Owned Properties
without a valid SROA permit and load tag constitutes a Class C offense.
4.02 Maintenance and Appearance
A. The owners or occupants of all units shall maintain the grounds and
improvements in a clean and attractive condition and in good repair.
1. Improvements including but not limited to paint, siding and landscape
shall be maintained in good condition and repair and as approved by the
Design Committee. Failure of an owner to correct a deficiency within 60
days after written Notice of Deficiency constitutes a Class C offense. If the
violation is not remedied within 30 days after the date the first fine is levied
(or at the conclusion of the weather-related extension time period as
provided below), an additional fine equal to the amount of the fine for a
Class B offense shall be levied. If the violation is not remedied within 30 days
after the date of the second fine is levied, an additional fine equal to the
amount of the fine for a Class A offense shall be levied. For each additional
30-day period during which the violation is not remedied, an additional fine
equal to the amount of the fine for a Class A offense shall be levied. The
amounts of the fines for each violation shall be cumulative. Notwithstanding
the foregoing, SROA’s Community Development Director may grant a
weather-related extension for compliance with any such Notice of
Deficiency. The granting of any such extension shall be in the sole discretion
of the Community Development Director, shall be in writing, and shall be of
as brief a duration as reasonably necessary to account for adverse weather
conditions.
2. Except for ladder fuel reduction materials properly staged for scheduled
pickup, storage of garbage and recycling containers, refuse, yard trimmings,
cuttings, debris, tools and equipment shall be screened from view from the
adjacent property, common grounds and roadways in accordance with the
provision of the Design Committee Manual of Rules and Procedures.
B. Written approval of the Design Committee is required for all new
construction, exterior improvements or changes to existing improvements
or landscaping and for exterior painting or repainting. Design Committee
approval is not required for repairs or touch-up painting of exterior
improvements that do not change the size, configuration, existing material
types or colors previously approved by the Design Committee.
C. Firewood shall be neatly stacked and not exceed five (5) cords in quantity. A
standard cord of wood is approximately 4x4x8 ft. in size. Firewood may not
be utilized as “fence building” and must be stacked in a rectangular pattern,
not in a linear fashion. The Design Committee, in its sole discretion, shall
determine whether any stacked wood conforms to Design Committee
Manual Section 29.03.
D. Storage of firewood or other materials on other than an owner’s privatelyowned
property is prohibited.
E. Tarpaulins or plastic covers whose colors blend with the natural
surroundings (i.e. browns, greens, grays or blacks) may be used.
The use of high-contrast, bright or shiny colored tarpaulins or clear plastic
covers is prohibited.
F. Placing or keeping a sign, which is not in compliance with the applicable
provision of the current Design Committee Manual of Rules and Procedures
is prohibited.
G. Violation of Section 4.02 constitutes a Class C offense.
H. Owners should refer to applicable Village Declaration and the Design
Committee Manual of Rules and Procedures for additional rules that pertain
to maintenance and appearance.
4.03 Fires and Smoking
A. Fires are prohibited except in indoor fireplaces and wood stoves, in properly
maintained gas or electric cooking devices and patio heaters.
B. Outdoor burning equipment is prohibited except for gas or electric cooking
devices or patio heaters with an enclosed flame, which are allowed on
patios or decks away from trees or ground cover. Other forms of outdoor
cooking may be allowed by seasonal permit for commercial uses or by
special permit from the SROA.
C. The use of fireworks, rockets propelled by model rocket motors and similar
devices is prohibited unless specifically approved in writing by SROA.
D. Outdoor burning of trash or other material and discarding of any burning
material, including, without limitation, cigarettes, smoking substances or
warm ashes in other than a fireproof container is prohibited.
E. Smoking of cigarettes, cigars, pipes or other substances on or along any
road, drive, lane (except within an enclosed motor vehicle), pathway, trail or
any SROA owned property is prohibited unless specifically permitted by
signage.
F. Indoor wood burning fireplace and stove chimneys shall have ½” mesh spark
arrestors installed in accordance with Deschutes County Building Codes.
Such spark arrestors shall be maintained and cleaned as necessary. Screens
shall not be cut out or otherwise allowed to burn or rust out.
G. In case of Regulated Closure Proclamation by the Oregon Department of
Forestry, previously issued seasonal permits may be revoked and additional
restrictions may be placed in accordance with identified Regulated Closure.
The State Forester or an authorized representative may, in writing, approve
a modification or waiver of these restrictions. These restrictions shall remain
in effect until replaced, suspended, or terminated by an additional
proclamation of the State Forester or an authorized representative.
H. Violation of Section 4.03 constitutes a Class C offense.
4.04 Commercial Use and Home Occupations
A. Commercial or business activities, garage or yard sales, or any other similar
activities on or in privately owned residential property are prohibited,
except that an owner or occupant residing in such property may conduct
any lawful occupation, business, moving or estate sale within the dwelling,
but only under all of the following conditions:
1. The existence or operation of the business activity is not apparent by
sight, sound or smell from outside the dwelling;
2. The business activity conforms to all zoning requirements for the
property;
3. There are no full-time employees except members of the
owner’s/occupant’s immediate family;
4. The business activity does not involve regular visitation of the unit by
clients, customers, suppliers, vendors or other business invitees;
5. The external appearance of the dwelling is not affected in a way
inconsistent with its use as a residence;
6. No unreasonable parking problems are caused for surrounding residents
and parking for the activity does not inhibit emergency
access. Parking along roadways is prohibited without prior approval from
the Police Department;
7. No signs other than those allowed by the Rules are used; and
8. A business activity shall not constitute a nuisance, be hazardous or
offensive, threaten the security or safety of others or adversely affect the
property values of other units as determined by the SROA Board of
Directors.
B. Violation of Section 4.04 constitutes a Class C offense.
4.05 Solicitation
A. Solicitation within Sunriver to sell, enlist support for, or promote any item or
proposal by means of personal contact, including the handing out of
handbills or other literature or advertisement, the wearing or displaying of
any advertisement or door-to-door contact, is prohibited except as follows:
1. Solicitation by means of literature, advertising, newspapers, periodicals
or other printed matter either posted or left for sale or distribution to
the public at large at such places within Sunriver and in such manner as
the Board may designate;
2. Solicitation by means of newspaper, periodical, radio, television or
similar advertisement means placed in the media which reaches persons
within Sunriver through U.S. Mail, newspaper delivery routes, retail
stores, radio or television; and
3. Solicitation, including solicitation to promote sales, rentals, time-sharing,
or other arrangements for the transfer of ownership or the sharing of
any residence or property within Sunriver, provided such solicitation:
a. Occurs in or immediately adjacent to the solicitor’s sales office,
model unit, business or retail office established and operated in
compliance with all Sunriver Rules and Provisions; and
b. Occurs in response to a prior expression of interest by a person,
including follow-up meetings, telephone conversation, the
preparation or delivery of written matter, the showing of
residences or property within Sunriver, and other activities
customarily related to real estate transactions.
B. Violation of Section 4.05 constitutes a Class B offense.
4.06 Cardinal Landing Bridge
A. Jumping or diving from the Cardinal Landing Bridge is prohibited.
B. Violation of Section 4.06 constitutes a Class E offense.
4.07 Temporary Living Accommodations
A. Recreational and utility vehicles shall not be used as living accommodations.
B. With the exception of authorized Special Events, tents and camping
equipment shall not be erected or occupied within Sunriver.
C. Violation of Section 4.07 constitutes:
1. A Class E offense if the first violation;
2. A Class D offense if the second violation; and
3. A Class C offense for each subsequent violation.
SECTION 5 NOISE, NUISANCES AND OFFENSIVE ACTIVITY
5.01 Disturbing the Peace
A. Disturbing the peace and tranquility of Sunriver is prohibited. The intent of
this rule is to ensure that others are not unduly disturbed by excessive noise,
loud talking, loud music, barking dogs, etc. In general, the peace and
tranquility of Sunriver is to be maintained between the hours of 10:00PM
and 7:00AM, although violations of this rule can occur at any time as
observed by an officer. Exceptions to enforcement of this rule include,
without limitation, road maintenance, golf course maintenance, the
operation of emergency vehicles, the conduct of normal activities within
commercial areas (as defined in Section 3.06 of the Consolidated Plan) so
long as such activities do not otherwise violate these rules or the Design
Committee Rules and Procedures.
B. Any offensive activity, noise or public indecency that interferes with the use
and enjoyment of private or SROA owned property is prohibited. For
purposes of these Rules “public indecency “shall include, without limitation:
(i) public nudity; (ii) urination or defecation in common areas, areas open to
the public and/or in public view (except in urinals or washrooms provided
for that purpose); and (iii) public indecency as defined in ORS 163.465, as it
may be amended.
C. No person shall operate within Sunriver a motor vehicle unmuffled exhaust
brake system.
D. Violation of Section 5.01 constitutes a Class C offense.
5.02 Firearms and Dangerous Projectiles
A. The discharge of firearms, air rifles or pistols, CO2 guns, bows and arrows,
slingshots or any potentially hazardous projectile within Sunriver is
prohibited.
B. Violation of Section 5.02 constitutes a Class A offense.
5.03 Littering and Garbage
A. Discarding, dumping, burying, burning or other improper disposal of
garbage, trash or litter in Sunriver is prohibited.
B. Garbage, trash and litter is to be placed in a secure garbage container with a
working device to prevent scattering of the contents by animals. Further,
secured garbage cans are to be left in an enclosure which meets Sunriver
Design Rules and not placed at the end of the driveway or outside the
enclosure. Not securing garbage cans resulting in the dumping or scattering
of the contents by animals is a violation of this rule.
C. All garbage, trash and litter shall be regularly removed from the premises of
each unit by an authorized disposal service or taken from Sunriver. No
garbage, trash or litter which is not classified as recyclable is to be discarded
at the Recycle Center in the Public Works yard. Garbage, trash or litter which
becomes unsightly, odorous or a nuisance is prohibited.
D. Violation of Section 5.03 constitutes a Class C offense.
5.04 Residential and Commercial Alarms
Any false alarm that the Sunriver Police or Fire Departments respond to in a
commercial establishment or private residence after three previous false
alarms in a 12-month period constitutes a Class E offense. Citations will be
issued for the fourth and subsequent false alarms within that 12-month
period. A warning will be issued for the third false alarm.
5.05 Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Except as permitted by the SROA General Manager, the flight of unmanned
aircraft, including but not limited to aerial drones, is prohibited in Sunriver.
Violation of this rule constitutes a Class A offense.
5.06 Code of Civility
A. It is a violation of Sunriver rules for any person to treat SROA staff or
volunteers in a disrespectful and inconsiderate manner. No improper
conduct, abuse and/or harassment, defined as a course of conduct which
intimidates, alarms, or puts SROA’s staff and volunteers in fear of their
safety shall be tolerated. Improper conduct includes, but is not limited to:
obscenities, written, verbal or physical threats and/or gestures directed at
SROA staff or volunteers. Sanctions imposed apply to the offending
individual(s) only, and not, for example, any other members of a party that
did not participate in the improper conduct or behavior.
B. Violation of Section 5.06 constitutes:
1. First violation: Class D offense
2. Second violation: Class C offense
3. Each subsequent violation: Class B offense

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