Further Parking Regulations

Parking

  • Parking of commercial vehicles or equipment, mobile homes, campers and similar recreational vehicles, golf carts, boats and other watercraft, trailers, stored vehicles or inoperable vehicles in places other than enclosed garages, except temporarily during loading and unloading is not permitted. Delivery vehicles shall be exempt from this provision for such period as is reasonably necessary to make a delivery to a Lot or the Common area.

 

  • For the purpose of this provision, “commercial vehicles” shall be defined as any vehicle with commercial writing on their exteriors or vehicles primarily used, designed or registered for a commercial purpose, and vehicles with advertising signage or displayed on such vehicle's exterior but shall not include passenger cars with identifying decals or painted lettering not exceeding a total area of one square foot in size or official vehicles owned by governmental or quasi-governmental bodies including, without limitation security, police and sheriff insignias.

 

  • Failure to comply with the above will lead to vehicles being clamped or towed and any charges associated with such action will be the responsibility of the owner of the vehicle along with any fines imposed by the HOA.

 

  • VEHICLE PARKING IS PERMITTED WITHIN THE COMMUNITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL AND STATE LAWS, PARAGRAPH 1 AND 2 (Residential Parking Rules ) ; AND ONLY ON PAVED SURFACES, PARKING ON GRASS AREAS WITHIN THE COMMUNITY IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED.

 

  • Homeowners can and will be held responsible by the HOA for any breach of the above rules by their tenants or their guests. It is therefore the Homeowners responsibility, not the HOA’s, to ensure that renting tenants and guests are properly informed on these HOA parking rules.

Parking in the Common Area (Tennis Courts)

PARKING IN THE COMMON AREA (TENNIS COURTS)

Conditions of Use

  • The Parking area adjacent to the tennis and volley-ball courts is a short-term parking area for use by Hampton Lakes homeowners and residents only.

  • Cars, light vans and pick-up trucks may be temporarily parked for a continuous period not exceeding SEVEN days.

  • Large commercial vans used in connection with moving into or out of the community may be parked in the area for a continuous period not exceeding TWO days and no return within SEVEN days

  • The parking of any other commercial vehicles, camper vans, RV’s, loaded or empty trailers and any other type of portable equipment is not permitted except for HOA contractor vehicles and equipment necessary to maintain the community. 

  • Longer term parking of vehicles listed in 3 above may be acceptable subject to the owner seeking prior approval from the HOA

  • Vehicles described in 1 and 2 above must display valid (and legal) license tags. Failure to do so will result in law enforcement agencies towing the vehicle 

  • The cost of cleaning up any oil or other staining to the parking lot through spillage or leaks will be charged to the owner.

  • The Hampton Lakes Homeowners Association accepts no responsibility for the security of the vehicle, trailer or equipment, or ANY damage caused as a result of being parked in the parking area adjacent to the tennis and volley-ball courts.