1.1. This Rule A.7 defines the restrictions on parking of vehicles on the Common Properties of Big Canoe and prohibits “For Sale” signs on vehicles parked within Big Canoe. Extends restrictions in Sections 2.5 and 2.6 to Improved or Unimproved lots.
2.1. No overnight parking is allowed on roads, rights-of-way, greenbelts, maintenance areas, and other Common Properties of Big Canoe by cars, trucks, recreational vehicles, trailers, or other over-the-road vehicles. This does not apply to vehicles owned by the POA.
2.2. Property owners wanting to temporarily park a vehicle on Common Properties for less than 72 hours shall make arrangements with the POA to use the third lowest level of the Playfield Parking lot.
2.3. No vehicle of any type may display a “For sale” sign while in Big Canoe.
2.4. All recreational vehicles (RV’s, watercraft, ATV’s, etc.) and trailers must be stored in a garage or arrangements may be made with the POA to use the storage yard on the East side of Steve Tate Road, if space is available.
2.5. Parking at any time must be substantially off the road and must not impede emergency vehicle access. Vehicles may not park on other Owner’s property without permission, including driveways, or block access to any road or driveway.
2.6. Overnight parking must be either in a garage or substantially on the Owner’s driveway.
3.1. Fines may be imposed for violations of Rule A.7 by Property Owners, Tenants, or their Guests and will subject the Property Owner to sanctions in accordance with Rule A.1, General Enforcement Procedures.
3.2. Vehicles illegally parked will be subject to a $50 fine for the first offense, $100 for subsequent offenses and being towed, without further notice, in accordance with A.1 Section 2.1 (d), if the is not located, in which event a towing and storage charge will be applied in addition to the above sanctions.
3.3. Vehicles in violation of A.7 2.2 will be towed at vehicle owner’s expense.
3.4. Without the written consent of Public Safety, any vehicle that is parked on Common Properties for more than seventy-two (72) hours will be subject to a fine of $50 per day or, after seven days, being towed without further notice in accordance with A.1 Section 2.1(c), in which event a towing and storage charge
will be applied in addition to the above sanctions