Official Notice of Rule Change

September 28, 2017

Dear Bayside Cove Community Association Homeowner:

The Board of Directors has approved the following rule regarding parking in the community for Section X:

  1. Resident or guest vehicles must be parked only in parking spaces which have been marked/striped for vehicular parking. Parking is prohibited on streets, turnarounds and except for temporary loading or unloading, in front of garages. This parking prohibition includes the driveways of 984, 976, and 994. Vehicles parked outside of marked/striped parking spaces, or in any other area in which parking is not authorized will be subject to immediate tow at the vehicle owner’s expense. All outside parking is primarily for Guest Parking. Residents and guests are allowed to park in Guest Parking on a temporary basis which shall be defined as no more than three (3) days in a calendar month. The Patrol Service will inventory (record) each vehicle in Guest Parking each night. After a Vehicle is inventoried three (3) times in a calendar month, it will be cited on the fourth (4th) day with a notice the vehicle is in violation and subject to tow. On the fifth (5th) day in the calendar month, it will be towed and each night thereafter within the calendar month at the vehicle owner’s expense.
  2. If a guest will be staying longer than three days, or if a resident is requesting permission to park outside longer than temporarily (as defined in Rules No. 2 above), a “safe list” request must be submitted. This is accomplished by contacting the Property Management company or the current Patrol Service. You will need to provide the vehicle make, model, license plate number, and name of registered owner, as well as the overnight dates you are requesting. If the request is approved, you will receive a confirmation code to be placed in the vehicle in plain sight at all times while the vehicle is parked in guest parking. A guest’s car may not be safe listed for more than seven (7) days in a thirty (30) day period without board approval.
  3. Garage doors should be closed at all times, when not in use for entry/exit or temporary loading and unloading.

Should you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me at (949) 838-3280 or mrahm@keystonepacific.com.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors,
Bayside Cove Community Association

Maggie Rahm
Community Association Manager