SNOW REMOVAL POLICY
Each time a continuous snow event occurs that accumulates to a depth of 1½” inches or greater, the snow removal vendor is required to complete snow removal. Our snow vendor is scheduled to arrive within 4 hours after the 1½” accumulation. Their arrival can be delayed pending on the actual snow fall.
When there is a 1½” or greater forecast, all vehicles must be moved from courts to the main road area to allow access for snow removal from the courts. Once your court has been cleared you may return your car to the court area.
Several small snowfalls, less than the 1 1/2 “ required for automatic snow removal, may occur over a number of days. If these do not melt, accumulation on the ground may add up to several inches over a period of days. This type of accumulation is NOT part of our contracted service. The Board will determine if the conditions warrant additional service and act accordingly.
Court areas will be plowed first followed by the walkways. Snow removal from the main roads is completed by the municipality. Once the courts and main roads are cleared, removal of snow from remaining areas continues until all snow is removed.
Please understand that all residents need to assist by cooperating in this process by making sure vehicles are removed from court areas to provide accessibility to remove snow. If your cooperation is not had, there is the potential to increase liability and cost to the Association and may put you at risk of additional fees (if the vendor is required to return to complete areas not originally accessible as the result of unmoved vehicles). If you are away during winter months, please remember that VEHICLES CAN NOT BE STORED IN THE COURT WHILE YOU ARE AWAY.
Failure to comply with this policy may result in fines or the towing of your vehicle at your expense and liability. Co-owners with tenants should also be advised that as the owner of the unit, you remain responsible at all times for the actions of your tenant and any Association fines or fees incurred by your tenant are also your responsibility. As the unit owner, you must inform your tenant of the rules and enforce adherence– this is not the responsibility of the Association.