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POA Rules and Regulations


The POA has a set of rules in the neighborhood all residents must abide by which are downloadable below. You can email president@legacy-wood.com to learn more.

DO NOT ASSUME that what others have done in the neighborhood is automatic approval for your project all buildings, fences, walls, foundations, swimming pool or any structure or exterior addition, patio, deck, color change or alterations should be submitted to the Architectural Review Commtee (ARC). Other exterior changes you hay have questions about can be submitted to the POA commitee. Here are some frequently asked questions clarified:

  • No outbuildings (Sheds attached to home and look like the house are OK)
  • No stand alone flag poles (flag poles attached to home no more than 6ft long are OK)
  • Fences may come up to the back corners of the home nomally
  • Stand alone playhouses should not be higher than the fence or permanent (except per swingsets as below)
  • Swingsets with playhouse is OK but playhouse portion is to be open air and not fully enclosed (If enclosed it is an out building)
  • Basketball Hoops that are freestanding or in-ground are OK


As with all visible additions to your exterior or yard. Keeping items in good repair is part of keeping with the POA guidelines.


Resolving Neighborhood Concerns


  • Speak with the neighbor you have a concern with directly and do your best to resolve the issue politely.
  • If the issue cannot be resolved directly refer to the POA rules you can download above from this website. If your issue is covered by the POA please feel free to contact a POA Board Member.
  • If the issue is not covered in the POA rules you must handle the issue yourself or if jurisdiction applies contact the appropriate government agency.


The POA cannot handle or resolve issues which are not covered under the POA Rules and Declarations for the neighborhood. The POA has no jurisdiction beyond that is stated in the declarations.

Issues which need immediate attention should be referred to the city of Lees Summit or the police department.​


Legacy Wood has an Architectural Review Committee (ARC) that oversees revisions to the home exterior and changes to the lot. 


ARC & Development  


Email ARC@legacy-wood.com to submit proposals for changes to existing homes per the Legacy Wood Declaration of Restrictions.

Developer Representative - Chairman

Brian Wood
Developer Representative
Kathy Wood
Home Owner Representative
Seneca Spieth
Home Owner Representative
Dee Stoner
Home Owner Representative
Brenda Apgar


Subdivision’s Rules & Restrictions


Legacy Wood Subdivision has a set of rules that all residents must abide by which are downloadable below.

DO NOT ASSUME that what others have done in the neighborhood is automatic approval for your project all buildings, fences, walls, foundations, swimming pool or any structure or exterior addition, patio, deck, color change or alterations should be submitted to the Architectural Review Commtee (ARC). 

Here are some frequently asked questions clarified:

  • No outbuildings (Sheds attached to home and look like the house are OK)
  • No stand alone flag poles (flag poles attached to home no more than 6ft long are OK)
  • Stand alone playhouses should not be higher than the fence or permanent (except per swing-sets as below)
  • Swing-sets with playhouse is OK but playhouse portion is to be open air and not fully enclosed (If enclosed it is an out building)
  • Basketball Hoops that are freestanding or in-ground are OK


As with all visible additions to your house exterior or yard, keeping items in good repair is required by Declaration of Restrictions. 


Home Owners Association