I’m glad to hear about neighborhoods like this. Honestly. There are so many neighborhoods where they don’t care about light pollution at night.I was President of our HOA in Troon Verde for several years. Houses could not be painted the same color within three houses of each other. All houses had to pass a color approval and an LSV Light Saturation Value etc, both by the HOA and North Scottsdale! Basically you could have any color of dirt brown,khaki you wanted, however roof tiles had to coordinate! We also lived in an ESL area Evironmentally Sensitive Lighting. No street lights, no light of any type pointing upward, all lighting had to be down lighting and approved, to preserve the desert view, no sidewalks allowed. Minimum footprint. etc? It goes on and on.
Yes, it sounds weird, but think about it, 25 or 30 years ago, when you went out at night you could see the Milky Way and so many stars. Now? Almost nothing.
You have to go to extremes in order to get a good view of the stars at night. Places like way out in West Texas. Or The middle of Nevada, but then you can take your chances with UFO’s.