Here is the last section of the SVDC Rules and Regulations pertaining to Building Codes. It may make it easier to read without all of the letter and number prefixes.
Other rules regarding water front specifications
All dock and boat house owners on the perimeter of the lake are required to maintain the shoreline in a non-erosive condition and docks, boat houses and boat lifts in safe repair and securely fastened.…
No metal barrels for boat docks or any other purpose will be allowed in the waters of the lake.
Floating devices of any kind (e.g. trampolines, floating docks, buoys, etc.) may not extend into the water beyond twenty (20) feet from the shoreline.
All new construction at the water line of the lake must be rip-rapped or stabilized in a manner acceptable to the Board of Directors. This is to minimize or prevent the shoreline erosion.
Lots must be maintained (grass trimmed) as needed. Grass is not to exceed six (6) inches. Lots must also be kept free of debris and building exteriors are to be maintained.
Be aware of noise and/or music carrying across the lake after sunset. Be a considerate neighbor and monitor your evening noise.
Easements/Rights-of-Way (Adopted February 2015)
Easements/rights-of-way negotiated individually between lot owners and the Stonycreek Township Supervisors for the purpose of sewer line installation are solely between the two parties and are not the responsibility nor the authority of the Stonycreek Valley Development Corporation.
Easements/rights-of-way established by deed between property owners for the purpose of access to the waterfront shall conform to the following:
No docks or buildings may be constructed on any so designated easements/rights-of-way, unless otherwise stipulated in said deed.
Any other stipulations regarding easements/rights of way are established solely between the parties and are not the responsibility nor the authority of the Stonycreek Valley Development Corporation.
Easements/rights-of-way that exist over SVDC owned property for the purpose of access to the waterfront shall conform to the following:
No docks or buildings may be constructed on any designated easement.
Temporary structures (e.g. picnic tables, canopies, tents, campfires or any congregation of people) are prohibited to occupy space on said easements. No motorized vehicles, automobiles, ATV’s, mobile homes, etc are permitted to occupy space on easements.
Boat trailers, canoes, paddle boats are not to be stored on these Easements/right-of-way.
No lake side business will be permitted unless prior approval is given By at least two thirds of the Board of Directors.
The establishment of any junk yard or other place used and maintained for the collection, storage and disposal of junk on public or private property within the geographical boundaries of Lake Stonycreek governed by the Stonycreek Valley Development Corporation is prohibited.