Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 November 2010 04:20 Written by Board Member Saturday, 27 March 2010 16:18
Minotaur Village and the City of Lafayette requires that all of your vehicles are properly and legally tagged for operation, and legally parked. If your vehicle obstructs a sidewalk, fire hydrant, or is parked in someone else’s Reserved Parking, your vehicle may be tagged, towed, and a fine assessed by the HOA and the Lafayette Police Department. Even if you’re trying to squeeze your vehicle into your assigned space and the tail overhangs the sidewalk, you may be cited for a violation. This is especially important on snow days when our landscaping and snow removal company would be unable to properly clear the sidewalks. There is little leniency on this issue, so save yourself the headache and expense and park appropriately.
General Use Parking
The Non-Reserved Parking areas are designated for the daily in-and-out use. The Non-Reserved Parking may not be used for Long-Term Parking of any vehicle, recreational vehicle, trailer, boat, or camper. Parking vehicles for more than 14 days without in-and-out use is considered long term parking and must be removed. This rule may not be evaded by moving the vehicle from one parking space to another or by turning the vehicle around in the same space.
Vehicles, campers, recreation vehicles, boats, and trailers violating the rules stated will be subject to towing, without notice, and at the owner’s expense.
The terms below are stated as defined in the Policies, Rules, and Regulations document. For more details, refer to this document.
General Use Parking
These areas are the Non-Reserved Parking areas and all of the north side of the retention pond.
Refers to the parking spaces within the Condominium Project directly in front of each Unit garage and includes one space per building for F Units. The Unit Resident may have any vehicle towed if it is parked in their reserved parking space without authorization.
Refers to the paved areas on the Condominium Project other than the areas directly in front of a Unit’s garage, F Unit’s Reserved Parking area, and the north side of the retention pond.
Long-Term Parking Area
Refers to parking reserved for Residents who store or park for extended periods of time lasting 14 consecutive days or more. This parking is intended for vehicles, recreational vehicles, trailers, boats, or campers. Long-Term Parking is located at the south side of the retention pond and requires registration and a monthly fee.