Know Your Lease: Parking

We have been fortunate enough to be almost fully occupied for quite some time. With a full community comes full parking lots. We would like to take this opportunity to go over some of the rules on parking that are covered in your lease. You can find this information on page 3 of your Lease Agreement, under Paragraph 21: Parking and on the Community Policies, Rules and Regulations Addendum. There are additional community rules outlined on page 11 of the Welcome Home Packet. You can view copies of both of these documents here.

¨ There is no assigned parking, however, vehicles without permits must be parked in the parallel parking spaces located on the north and east sides of the property.

PARKING

¨ We allow one vehicle per licensed, authorized resident in the apartment.

¨ All vehicles must be registered with the office and have a parking permit displayed so it is easily visible.

¨ You are allowed to repair or replace flat tires, but any other repairs cannot be made on property.

¨ All vehicles must have valid license and registration or will be subject to towing.

¨ Any vehicle blocking an exit, dumpster, drive way, or that is parked illegally will immediately be towed without notice at the owner’s expense.

¨ Washing vehicles on property is not permitted.

¨ Parking is on a first come first serve basis.

¨ Each household is allowed two (2) vehicles that may be parked up front next to the buildings.

¨ All vehicles parked in front of the buildings MUST have a parking permit on the rear driver side window bottom corner (if windows are tinted then permit must be placed front driver side window bottom corner).

¨ Any vehicles parked illegally or without the parking permits are subject to towing at the owners expense.

Resident(s) are responsible for obtaining parking permits from the leasing office. We will be placing orange tags on any vehicles that do not have a parking permit. If you see one on your vehicle, please contact the office and we will be happy to provide you with a permit if the vehicle belongs to you, a resident, and you have not exceeded the allotted number of vehicles for your apartment.

If you have any questions regarding this topic, please don’t hesitate to contact the office at 239.995.1008.

 

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Posted on July 25, 2014, in Apartment Living, Know Your Lease. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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