- THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OR INVOLVEMENT IN ANY MATTERS RELATED TO THE MANAGEMENT OR ENFORCEMENT OF VIOLATIONS. ANY SUBMISSIONS OR QUESTIONS REGARDING VIOLATIONS MUST GO DIRECTLY TO TITAN MANAGEMENT. (PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT THE DIRECTORS REGARDING VIOLATIONS).
Before submitting a violation, we ask that you please review the FAQ’s below and see if they address your questions. If these do not address your alleged observed violation, please proceed with contacting Titan Management.
Correct, sign’s are not permitted within Hampton Place except: (i) street and identification signs installed by the Association; (ii) one temporary real estate sign not to exceed six square feet in area advertising that such Lot is on the market; (iii) political signs in accordance with the rules and regulations established by the Association; and (iv) approved signs as listed within Appendix A of the Standard Lot guidelines.
Please note: Decorations (including those with words) ARE for special occasions, such as birthdays, graduations, retirements, births and similar non-recurring or infrequent events, shall be displayed no longer than one week prior to and/or following the occasion. Consideration of neighbors should be exercised when decorating for any occasion.
Please see the full Standard Lot Guidelines for all information regarding Holiday Decorations and those for special occations.
The Homeowners Association Management company performs inspections twice a month and treats all residents and violations equally regardless or residence, personal preference, etc. If you see a residence with an alleged rule violation that has not been handled, it could be one of the following:
- The alleged violation is too new where it has not yet been seen during the inspections.
- The alleged violation has been seen during the inspection, and the resident has been notified and within their 21 day window to resolve the issue.
- A hearing has been requested of the Board of Directors and it has not yet occured.
- A hearing has occured with the Board of Directors and a judgement has not yet been passed down.
- It may not be a violation of the rules.
All Homeowners Association rules govern an entire lot, including the backyard. For resident privacy, Titan Management bi-monthly inspections typically look for violations that can be seen from the street. If something is not within that view, they may not know about it. For any alleged violations submitted to Titan Management, they will (and have the authority to) inspect anywhere on the entire property.
For many years, the Hampton Place Homeowners Association had a previous management company perform inspections. Unfornutaely, they did not perform the inspections as they should have, and lots of things were missed. With the new management company, as of 2018, inspections are being done properly and are finding violations, including those that should have been identified previously.
Report Violation to Titan Management
When submitting an alleged violation for review, it is highly recommended you do so with the following considerations:
- Do not assume all submission are actual violations.
- Remember, most confirmed violations have up to 21 days to be resolved.
- If you do not provide enough details of the alleged violation, Titan Management will not be able to act upon the submission.
- It is best to contact Titan Management in a way they are able to provide a response (phone or email).
Direct Contact (Preferred)
This method provides Titan Management with the ability to provide a response.
- Phone: (216) 273-2700
Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM.
If no contact information is provided, a response will not be available, including but not limited to, status, follow up, or confirmation/rejection of submitted alleged violation(s).