Rules & Regulations

Rules & Regulations 2024

The Rules & Regulations help to clarify, interpret, and assist the HOA with administering the CC&Rs.  Homeowners should review the Rules & Regulations to understand some of the limitations.

Architectural Guidelines

All exterior modifications to homes within the VerCello HOA must be submitted and approved by the Architectural Control Committee via the App Folio Portal before any work may begin.

Yard and Home Maintenance Guidelines

The Yard and Maintenance guidelines have been included in the Rules and Regulations linked above.

Backyard Sheds

Homeowners who would like to construct a shed in their backyard should review the City of Renton Guidelines before submitting a request to the VerCello HOA Architectural Control Committee via the App Folio Portal.

VerCello Neighborhood Map

VerCello Neighborhood Map

Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&R’s)

VerCello CC&R’s

VerCello homeowners and prospective buyers should review the CC&R’s to understand the limits and rules with owning a home within our neighborhood. The CC&R’s were recorded with King County and City of Renton, Washington 5/4/2007 in the initial phase of the VerCello (a.k.a Wedgewood Lane) planned community. The CC&R’s govern what an owner may, may not, or must do with respect to their real estate.

The CC&R’s include some of the following topics:

  • Plat Information – Phases 1, 2, 3
  • Development Period
  • Homeowners’ Association
  • Management of Common Areas
  • Property Rights in Common Areas
  • Covenant for Assessments
  • Architectural Control, Building, and Construction Restrictions
  • Exterior Maintenance
  • Property Use Restrictions
  • Easements
  • General Protective Covenants
  • Insurance
  • Enforcement
  • Limitation of Liability


Bylaws (Amended 2006-03-20)

The Bylaws for the VerCello Homeowners’ Association contains information about the structure of the associations non-profit corporation. The Bylaws include some of the following topics:

  • How often to hold homeowners’ meetings
  • How the Board of Directors is structured
  • How many homeowners make up the board
  • Powers and Duties for each Board member
  • How many members are required to meet Quorum
  • Written Notice of Meetings
  • How to Ratify the Budget
  • How to set up a Special Meeting of the members