July 11, 2017
Dear Owners and Residents,
At the July 10, 2017 Executive Board Meeting, the Board voted to amend and adopt changes to the current parking rules and regulations at Kentucky Ridge. You will find a copy of those changes arriving in your mailbox shortly (and copied below).
In summary, the changes add timelines to the current rules so that enforcement is more clear and rules can be followed more easily. As always, all owners with tenants are responsible for insuring that tenants understand and have a copy of all the rules and regulations of the Kentucky Ridge community.
These changes are in effect thirty (30) days after a vote; therefore, beginning August 9, 2017 parking enforcement will commence.
Additionally, it has been brought to our attention that some residents may be looking to obtain additional remotes to access the entrance gates to the community. If you need an additional remote, one can be purchased from Doors West. Please reach out to them by calling: 303-574-1419.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Christy at Maximum Management: email@example.com
Thank you for helping us make Kentucky Ridge a great place to live!
Sincerely, The Kentucky Ridge Executive Board
Kentucky Ridge Rules
Amended and Adopted January 21, 2013
Board of Directors
(These Rules supersede those previously adopted and amended 2002, 2006 and 2008.)
PARKING AREA AND VEHICULAR TRAFFIC
- A maximum of two vehicles are allowed per unit. Motorcycles are treated as any other vehicle.
- All resident vehicles MUST be parked in the garage of the unit.
- Garage doors should be in the closed position when not in use.
- Improperly parked vehicles will be towed at the owner’s expense.
- Parking in front of garage doors or in a manner that impedes traffic in or out of the complex is not allowed. Unloading or loading is acceptable.
- All exterior parking is designated for GUESTS.
- Vehicles parked in GUEST PARKING must fit within the painted lines. For safety reasons, the vehicle must not extend over the grounds, sidewalk or driveway.
- Campers, motor homes, boats, trailers and any vehicle larger than a one ton pickup truck are prohibited from parking anywhere within the complex. An exception may be made for the temporary parking of such a vehicle if it complies with all other parking regulations, so long as it is removed within 24 hours. If over 24 hours, Board approval must be obtained.
- Cars that leak oil or other fluids will have a 48-hour towing notice posted on them. If the violating vehicle is not repaired or removed from the complex by the stated expiration date on the towing notice, it will be towed at the owner’s expense. Retrieval, storage and towing will be the responsibility of the violating vehicle’s owner as will the cleanup costs of the parking space.
- Abandoned and/or inoperable vehicles that are not street worthy are not permitted in the complex. Such vehicles are subject to towing at the owner’s expense. Abandoned and/or inoperable vehicles are defined as:
- Those that are obviously inoperable (flat tire(s), wrecked, etc.)
- Those with expired or missing license plates
- Those that have not moved under their own propulsion for a period of 5 days
- Vehicles or equipment that is considered abandoned, unauthorized or inappropriate will have a 48-hour towing notice posted on them. If the violating vehicle/equipment is not repaired or removed from the complex by the stated expiration date, it will be towed at the owner’s expense. Towing, storage and retrieval costs will be the responsibility of the owner.
- Vehicle repairs, fluid changes, battery changes, etc., are prohibited within the common area. (Such repairs may be done within a resident’s garage)
PARKING AREA AND VEHICULAR TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT:
The number of parking infractions shall be determined on a per-housing unit basis or a per-vehicle basis. Fines are cumulative and may result in a lien being placed on the homeowner’s property if not paid in full:
- The first parking violation shall result in a warning letter sent to the homeowner (and copied to resident tenants).
- The homeowner must establish compliance within one week of the date of the warning letter.
- A second parking violation shall be fined in the amount of $25. This fine will be documented in a letter sent to the homeowner (and copied to resident tenants)
- The homeowner must establish parking compliance and pay this fine within one week of the date on the second violation/fine letter.
- A third parking violation shall result in a $50 fine. This fine will be documented in a letter sent to the homeowner (and copied to resident tenants).
- The homeowner must establish parking compliance and pay the cumulative fine within one week of the date on the third violation/fine letter.
- A fourth parking violation will result in imposition of a $10 fine for each day of unauthorized parking.
- A weekly notification letter will be sent to the homeowner (and copied to resident tenants) with the cumulative fine total to be paid.
- Fines will accrue until compliance is established.
- Thirty (30) days after the date of the fourth violation notice/fine letter, vehicle(s) will be towed at the owner’s expense.
- If the towed vehicle is returned to the property and improperly parked, towing will continue to occur without further notice.