Important Things to Know Before Moving to Cerro Gordo
We are a pesticide/herbicide free community We use organic natural practices to promote the ecological health of our environment. We are more than willing to work with folks to find healthy sustainable solutions that can meet everyone's needs.
The design committee must approve building or structural changes The role of the design committee is to keep our community both safe and aligned with our values. The design committee must approve exterior improvements, tree removals, major earth moving, and drainage alterations. You can learn more about the design committee rules in sections 3.4 (f) of the Charter. Click here to see the charter.
Healthy Communication One of the key principles of successful community is good communication. Moving through conflict and problems makes for healthier happier members and residents. Residents and members may ask for support to work through difficult problems.
Work/Time Commitment There are many different tasks that need to get done. Living here means contributing to our community. There are work parties, social gatherings, meetings and committees that help Cerro Gordo function at its best. Joining these activities contributes to the success of Cerro Gordo.
Noise and Light In order to respect the space of our neighbors we are conscientious about our noise and light levels. Dogs are not allowed While we empathize with those of you who wish to have a dog, as part of our residential zoning granted to us by the county, we're not allowed to have dogs here.