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Know Your Lease: Vehicle & Parking Policy

shutterstock_154641665With the holidays upon us and all the relatives coming to enjoy the season with our  residents, we thought this would be the perfect time to review our vehicle and parking policies with you.

Parking is on a first come first served basis. Each household is allowed one (1) vehicle per licensed resident. Residents are allowed to park up front by the building, however, guests must park along the fence line. Residents are provided with parking permits for authorized vehicles upon move-in. If you get a new vehicle you are responsible for registering it and obtaining parking permits from the leasing office. All vehicles parked in front of the buildings must have a parking permit that is easily visible from the exterior. Any vehicles parked illegally or without the parking permits are subject to towing at the owners expense.
Washing or repairing vehicles is not permitted on property or in the parking lot. Any unlicensed or inoperable vehicles are not permitted on the property or in the parking lot. Residents and their guests are not allowed to park on the grass or landscaped areas, block in another vehicle, and/or park in front of the dumpsters, mailboxes or in an exit. If a vehicle is found to be unlicensed, inoperable, unauthorized or illegally parked there will be a $50.00 fine assessed to the owner’s account and the vehicle is subject to be towed at owner’s expense.

A vehicle is unauthorized or illegally parked on property if it:

  • Has a flat tire or other condition rendering it inoperable; or
  • Is on jacks, blocks or has wheel(s) missing; or
  • Has no current license or no current parking permit; or
     Takes up more than one parking space; or
  • Belongs to a resident or occupant who has surrendered or abandoned the apartment; or
  • Is parked in a marked handicap space without the legally required handicap insignia; or
  • Blocks another vehicle from exiting; or
  • Is parked in fire lane or designated “no parking” area; or
  • Is parked on the grass, sidewalk, or patio; or
  • Blocks garbage trucks from access to a dumpster.

We know and understand that there will be more vehicles on property during this time as we join to celebrate the holidays and we are excited to see so many people gathered this time of year. In an effort to make it a time that everyone can enjoy, please make sure that you and your guests remain courteous with everyone else who resides on property. We thank all of you for calling Country View Garden Homes your home and look forward to ringing in a new year with you!

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Parking Lot Restoration Schedule

We notified you in the September newsletter that we would undergo a process throughout the month of October for parking lot restoration. An outside company will be repairing, sealcoating and repainting the entire parking lot to make it look as good as new!

They will be making general repairs to sidewalks and the asphalt from Monday, October 6th through Thursday, October 10th. Please note, this process will be very loud as they will be breaking up the concrete and replacing it with new. Also, if anyone is caught marking in the new concrete they will be fined for the repairs necessary to fix it.

The schedule for parking lot closures is as follows:

 Monday, October 20th – Wednesday October 22nd

Front parking lot (Pondella Road) by Buildings A, B, C, D & E will be closed until Wednesday morning.

Wednesday, October 22nd—Friday, October 24th

Back parking lot (Ruby Drive) by Buildings I, J, K & L will be closed until Friday morning.

Friday, October 24th—Saturday, October 25th

Both side parking lots (along Landsdale & Barrett Roads) by Buildings F, G, H, M & N will be closed.

As a reminder, all vehicles will have to be moved from each section in advance. All vehicles not will be towed from the property at the owner’s expense. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in this matter.

Please review the site map for a detailed map of the schedule. Please contact the office with any questions.

parking lot restoration site map

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