What are the Governing Documents?


The Lake Linganore Association Covenants provide an overview of the governance of the Association.  It is the official Declaration of the Conditions, Covenants, Restrictions, Easements and Changes affecting the real property known as Eaglehead.  Located within the Covenants you will find information on membership rights, property rights in the common properties and more.  The LLA Covenants can only be changed with a 2/3 majority vote of the total membership of the Association.


The Lake Linganore Association Bylaws dictate the structure of the overall organization. You will find the details outlining who the Board of Directors are, how the Board is structured and how they operate.  You will also find information on board elections and committee structure as well.

Environmental Control Committee (ECC)

The Lake Linganore Association Architectural Review is delegated to the Environmental Control Committee, also known as the ECC in short.  The ECC is a sanctioned committee of the LLA Board of Directors and is comprised of volunteers who review all of the architectural changes proposed to homes and properties by existing residents within the association. The LLA also employs an ECC Administrator who can act as liaison between the residents and the committee. The ECC Administrator can review, approve or deny, ECC applications on behalf of the committee itself.  The ECC Administrator may use discretion when reviewing all applications and may decipher which applications he/she can approve and which applications warrant review by the committee.

Rules and Regulations

The Lake Linganore Association has adopted a set of Rules and Regulations in furtherance of meeting the objections and constraints under the Covenants and Bylaws of the Association.  The Rules and Regulations mostly encompass the appropriate use of the LLA amenities and common property. Rules and Regulations can be changed by a resolution of the LLA Board of Directors.

Articles of Incorporation

The Lake Linganore Association Articles of Incorporation were designed to incorporate the Association to be organized as, and operate as, a non-profit membership corporation, of which no part of the net earnings shall incur to the benefit of any member or individual.