Riverside Property Management Insider

In this day and age, owning a vehicle is a necessity and it seems that every family owns a minimum of two vehicles. Due to this trend and the limited number of parking spaces available in many communities, many associations have adopted parking rules and restrictions. Unfortunately, it is not unusual for owners and their guests to violate these rules in any number of ways, including parking in spaces where parking is not permitted such as streets, fire lanes, or reserved parking spaces that belong to other owners; leaving vehicles overnight in spaces that are not intended for overnight parking; parking or storing vehicles such as commercial vehicles, motor homes, trailers, and abandoned or inoperable vehicles in places where they’re specifically prohibited; and parking in snow lanes. What can be done?

Authority to Regulate Parking
First you need to find out if your governing documents give your association authority…

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