Does your condo or HOA prohibit street parking? Are the number of parking spaces limited? If so, you may live in a community where parking is at a premium. Stories abound on how HOAs enforce parking rules, and of course, they are almost all negative. Parking may be at a premium, but there are some steps you can take to reduce the conflict within the community.
Parking today in many communities can easily become one of those issues that pit neighbor against neighbor. Boards would be wise to meet with association counsel to discuss the number of parking spaces available, each parking space type and reasonable rules to address the needs of owners, visitors, workers and disabled people fairly. Below are six steps to establish parking rules for your community.
An experienced community management firm can help you draft comprehensive parking rules. If your Board will do it on their own, try to anticipate misunderstandings, actions from rebels, questions, etc. The better job you do upfront, the less you’ll have to address later. Less conflict translates to happier owners and board members.
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