The District establishes and enforces parking rules and regulations applicable to the 254 townhomes located at 1353 Reynolds Street, 503 South Rollie Ave and 500 South Denver Ave.
The 68 marked parking spaces within Lupton Village PUD Second Filing, 61 marked parking spaces within Lupton Village PUD Third Filing and street-designated parking spaces within the Flats at Lupton Village PUD are owned and maintained by the District.
Vehicles parked in District-designated parking spaces shall not be parked for more than 48 consecutive hours in the same parking space.
Vehicles parked in District designated parking spaces shall be in good repair. Any leaking fluids that stain the surface of the parking spaces and any damages to parking surfaces caused by parked vehicles shall be cleaned and/or repaired by the District and all related costs incurred by the District – plus a $250 fine – shall be charged back to the property account of the related Unit Owner.
Restrictions on Parking of Boats, Trailers, Campers, RVs and Box Trucks: All vehicles identified in Section 3.6.2 of the Declaration and box trucks (see definition below) shall not be parked in District designated parking spaces unless prior written approval is first obtained from the District or its parking enforcement subcontractor. Residents are not granted temporary exceptions to this Policy until after the District or its parking enforcement subcontractor issues written confirmation that the Temporary Parking Request Form has been approved. Vehicles for which no approved Temporary Parking Request Form exists or are otherwise in violation of section 3(a) will be booted by the District’s parking enforcement contractor.
Box Trucks – Defined: Any vehicle that has a cuboid-shaped, enclosed cargo area behind the driver’s cab and such cargo area is not typically designed for passenger transportation.
Parking Violation Notification and Towing
- Initial Warning Notice. The District shall post an Initial Warning Notice on the front windshield of a vehicle in violation of this policy explaining (1) the nature of the violation, (2) the action required to remedy the violation and (3) a warning that the vehicle may be towed by the District within 28 days of this this Notice.
- Second Warning Notice: If the vehicle remains in violation of this policy 14 days after the Initial Warning Letter was posted on the vehicle, the District shall post a second warning letter on the front windshield of a vehicle in violation of this policy explaining (1) the nature of the violation, (2) the action required to remedy the violation and (3) a warning that the vehicle may be towed by the District within 14 days of this this Second Warning Notice.
- Notice Language: The written notice shall be in English.
- Notice Posting Method: All Notices shall be posted under the windshield wiper blade of the vehicle in violation or, if the wiper blade is missing or not functional, all Notices shall be taped to the windshield of the driver-side door of the vehicle. All Notices shall be placed in a sheet protector before posting on the Vehicle to reduce weather damage to the Notice.
- Vehicle Towing: Any vehicles that fail to comply after the expiration of the 14-day Second Warning Notice compliance period, shall be towed by a District-selected towing contractor to the towing contractor’s storage yard.
Violation notice periods will not reset for any vehicles in violation of this policy that are moved to another District-owned parking space or moved off of District property for less than 48 hours.
Single Family Home Lots – Not Applicable
The District’s parking enforcement rules are not applicable to the 90 single family home Lots or the 27 Courtyard (Senior Community) Home Lots within the District.
Resident-reported violations of this Policy must include a time-stamped photo of the vehicle that is allegedly in violation of this Policy and a time-stamped photo of the vehicle’s license plate. The District shall dismiss all Resident-reported violations that are not documented with time-stamped photos of the vehicle and its license plate. The District, in its sole discretion, shall decide whether Resident-reported violations of this Policy are valid.
Notice Responsibilities Regarding District Parking Enforcement Rules and Policies
Unit Owners are responsible for informing their residents and guests regarding the District’s Parking Enforcement Rules and Policies. The District is responsible for informing Unit Owners regarding its Parking Enforcement Rules and Policies and any subsequent changes to such Policy. Posting the District’s Parking Enforcement Rules and Policies (and all subsequent amendments thereto) on the District’s website and emailing such Rules and Policies to all Owners that have provided the District with an email address is considered sufficient notice provided by the District to Unit Owners.
No Parking Zone Maps
Reynolds Street Townhomes
South Rollie Ave Townhomes
South Denver Ave Townhomes
Areas marked in RED on each map are “No Parking” zones