Parking on your property
Sometimes properties look like a used car lot. There are HOA rules and restrictions pertaining to vehicular parking on property. This is a synopsis of those rules:
A. Overnight parking of all passenger vehicles shall be in driveways, garages or in other areas designated by the Association. Overnight parking of all other vehicles and recreational equipment, such as travel trailers, work trailers, recreational vehicles, watercraft, boats, and boat trailers shall be in garages or parked behind the front wall line of the residence and upon a concrete slab.
B. Recreational vehicles, watercraft, boats and work trailers may be temporarily parked in the front driveway of the residence, not to exceed seventy-two hours within a thirty (30) day period.
C. No buses, tractor-trailers or semi-trucks and any other vehicles that weighs over three (3) tons as required by Orange County shall be parked on the Lots or street except for delivery purposes.
D. Builders and construction personnel are exempt from these parking restrictions during the construction of the residences.
E. Except for emergency repairs, no owner of a lot shall repair or restore any boat or trailer upon any portion of the lots or streets. Minor routine maintenance on any passenger vehicle is permitted in the driveway. Bodywork and painting is prohibited on all vehicles and recreational equipment, including but not limited to, passenger vehicles, travel trailers, work trailers, recreational vehicles, watercraft, boats, and boat trailers.
F. Parking or storage of passenger vehicles, travel trailers, work trailers, recreational vehicles, watercraft, boats, and boat trailers is prohibited on vacant lots.