Property Improvements

Property Improvement Guidance

Definition: Property improvements include all improvements or changes to a TMLOA property or lot. Examples include but are not limited to the following; cutting or changing a road into a property or lot, adding or altering RV pads, adding temporary storage sheds, digging trenches, installing electricity or electrical boxes, cutting or removing trees or shrubs, removing or adding fences, etc.

Architectural Land Improvement Board contact is Rick Brown 801-648-4952

Take the following Steps:

  1. Print & Complete: Print & complete TMLOA Property Improvement Plan 102020 Original 2 from this link.
  2. Rules/Guidance: TMLOA property owners are responsible to follow and abide by TMLOA CCRs and the TMLOA Rules & Regulations, located under “For Members” tab.
  3. Find Property Online: Go to Bannock County Parcel Viewer link to find and locate your TMLOA property.
  4. Print Plat Map: Print the plat map of your TMLOA property. Only Bannock County Parcel Viewer maps are acceptable.
  5. Design Plans: Using the Property Improvement Plan and printed Bannock County Parcel Viewer map, draw and explain improvements desired. Use as many multiple pages to explain all improvements.
  6. Culverts: Culverts must be installed by the property owner at the road access points to help prevent road erosion. For guidance, refer to TMLOA Roads contact, Kenny Cleaves 208-241-7765.
  7. County Regulations: TMLOA property owners are responsible to contact Bannock County to obtain ALL permits, which may include; excavation, land use, and/or building permits and must provide verification any or all of these permits have been obtained, by providing a copy of your permit(s) to the TMLOA board with your property improvement plan.
  8. Power Needs: Click on the following links from Bannock County and Rocky Mountain Power to assist in preparing, organizing and making plans for placement of power boxes.  NOTE: Before installation of any power boxes, submit and and discuss placement of the power box with the TMLOA Land Improvements Board, Rick Brown.
  9. Submission: Submit land improvement form and ALL other documents to both Email addresses: [email protected] and [email protected].
  10. Review & Approval: The TMLOA Land Improvements Board will review the information and provide a response.
  11. Approval: The TMLOA board sends a receipt confirmation and follow response(s) after review. Responses are not immediate, pending any review or discussion. Timeframe can be 1 – 30 days, plan accordingly.
  12. Miscellaneous Other Notes: Property improvements not included in the property improvement submission and/or later identified as inappropriate or not within the Bylaws or CCRs of TMLOA, can be questioned or raised as a concern and addressed by TMLOA board to correct, at the TMLOA landowner expense.

Page last updated: 05/17/2024