The subdivision deed restrictions for our neighborhood are designed to protect your property values, and the property values of all homeowners in the subdivision. Unless you intend to engage in unusual activities, use the premises for non-residential purposes, or plan to add on to the existing structure, these restrictions should not impede the use and enjoyment of your property. They actually support such use, since the same restrictions apply to your neighbors. It would be in your best interest and that of the neighborhood to become familiar with the deed restrictions of your section of the subdivision and abide by them. The subdivision deed restrictions that are listed below were obtained from the Delaware County Recorder's office. You should have received a copy of your deed restrictions when you purchased your home. Legal copies of deed restrictions must be obtained from the Delaware County Recorder's office. Our HACA web site is not a legal source. Many of the activities prohibited by the deed restrictions are also prohibited by the Orange Township Zoning Resolution.