The rules and regulations that apply to Cedar Springs' properties and HOA

About the Protective Covenants

Each set of covenants for the 13 respective parts of Cedar Springs are designed to preserve the overall value, aesthetic quality, and desirability of our development for all 394 property owners.

HOA board members—in addition to their responsibilities of maintaining HOA-owned common properties and communicating with the membership at large—respond to members’ questions and/or requests related to the covenants, and follow up on any complaints brought forward from Cedar Springs homeowners.

The board knows it is important to familiarize current and future HOA members with the covenants so that no one unknowingly violates any of them. In addition, it’s necessary to deal with any member who knowingly decides to ignore covenants, because inaction on the part of the HOA board will prompt others to ask, “If everyone chooses to do this, what will Cedar Springs look like?”

The HOA board looks forward to working with you to maintain and enhance the qualities that have attracted you to Cedar Springs. We think it’s a wonderful development to call home.

Covenants Shared Across All Properties

While each section of Cedar Springs has its own protective covenants and restrictions, there are certain provisions that are included in the covenants for all parts of Cedar Springs. A summary of these provisions is included below. 

It’s important that you read the full Protective Covenants and Restrictions document for your specific part of Cedar Springs for a complete understanding of the rules designed to maintain your neighborhood’s character, appeal and value. Get more details about these covenants on the FAQ page.


No fences shall be erected on any lot without the prior written approval of Cedar Springs.

Fences in Cedar Springs are required to be constructed from specific materials. See the FAQ page for more information, and to learn how to receive approval for a fence.

Sheds and Outbuildings

No sheds, pet runs, or other outbuildings or structures of any kind may be erected on any of the lots within the addition.


No business other than professional occupation operated solely by family members occupying the residence shall be conducted in any dwelling located in the addition. 


No outdoor pet facilities may be kept or maintained on any lot.

No animals, livestock, or poultry of any kind shall be kept, bred or maintained for sale or any commercial purposes.


No burning of refuse shall be permitted outside of each residence, except that burning leaves will be permitted as or if allowed by ordinance of the City of North Liberty from time to time.

Large Vehicle & Trailer Parking

No trucks, trailers, or commercial vehicles rated larger than ¾ ton pickup shall be maintained or parked overnight for any purpose in the addition, except that the builder/developer shall be able to maintain or park vehicles until such time as the addition is completed.


No personal property shall be stored or left upon a lot except within the garage.

Camper, Boat, Trailer & Large Vehicle Parking

No campers, boats, trailers, trucks, or other vehicles shall be maintained, parked or kept more than 48 hours for any purpose on any lots or roadways within the Addition, except within the enclosed garage.

Mobile & Modular Homes
No mobile home or modular home shall be constructed on any lot.
No owner of any lot may lease the residence on a permanent basis or for a temporary lease of more than one year to any person or entity.
Remodeling, Additions, and Expansions (including porches, decks, and solar)

Any modifications, remodeling, extension, or expansion including screen porches, decks, and storage facilities must have the approval of Cedar Springs.

Solar panels would fall under the “modification” category in this case.

Download Your Covenants

Please read the full Protective Covenants and Restrictions document for your specific part of Cedar Springs to have a complete understanding of the rules designed to maintain your neighborhood’s character, appeal, and value.

All covenant documents are in PDF format.



Which Set of Covenants Applies to You?

Cedar Springs was completed in phases (i.e., parts). Use this map to see which part your property is in, and accordingly, which document applies to you.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Part 6

Parts 7, 8, and 9

Part 10

Part 11

Part 12

Part 13 (Cedar Vista)

  • See below

    Part 13: Cedar Vista

    The condominiums on Cedar Vista Drive (Part 13) comprise a separate HOA within the Cedar Springs Homeowners Association. Its protective covenants can be found under Part 13. Steve and LaRae Rudin are co-presidents, and Cindy VanderLinden is secretary/treasurer.

    Using the Map

    Using your scroll wheel or two fingers, zoom in on your property in the map below. Tap your home and the neighborhood part you’re in will be displayed.

    If you need to enter your address instead, click the square icon in the upper-right corner of the map to open it in a new window. Then click the search icon and enter your address. Tap it to see the part number displayed. 

    Cedar Springs HOA Bylaws

    The Cedar Springs Homeowner’s Association is governed by a set of bylaws that determines everything from annual meeting dates to dispute resolution.

    To learn about how our HOA operates and the rules that it adheres to, take a look at our HOA bylaws.

    Contact the HOA

    Have a question or concern? Contact the HOA board by email, regular mail, or by completing the form at right.

    P.O. Box 781
    North Liberty, IA 52317

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