CCR - The
CC&R’s you signed and agreed to when you purchased your home do not
permit storage of vehicles when they are in open view from any lot
- The CCR's uses the term "Vehicles" to include "Vehicles, boats,
trailers, trucks, campers, and recreational vehicles".
When violations are noted, the Board will notify the resident of the
violation. Ignoring the notice or repeated violations will
prompt further action by the Board. The requirements and
restrictions for vehicle storage are stated in our CCR's and has
also been included in
Meeting Minutes & Newsletters on this web site.
- The CC&R’s do allow permanent (more than 24 hours) parking or
storage of vehicles on the lots, but if stored, vehicles shall be
adequately screened from view from the adjacent rights-of-way and
lots. Screening of such vehicles, other than garage storage with the
door closed, must have the approval of the Architectural Control
Committee (ACC) via a
- The CCR's allow temporary parking for 24 hours and
additional time up to 1 week with written approval from the Board
via an email or letter sent to the Board. If longer temporary
parking is needed, send a letter or email to the Board at
requesting approval for a longer time to park there including your
address, the inclusive dates (arrival and departure) and assurance
that you are minimizing any impact on your neighbors.
- The CC&R’s state that upon 48 hours notice to the owner of an
improperly parked vehicle the Board of Directors has the authority
to have towed, at the owner’s expense, any vehicles still visible
from the right-of-way or adjacent residences that have been parked
on any lot or within the right-of-way within 24 hours. Also
see FAQ - Towing.
CCR & Puyallup Municipal Code
- For your convenience, the specific sections of the CC&R’s that
relate to vehicle storage, enforcement of the CC&R’s and remedies
available to the Board of Directors to secure compliance are shown
below. Also below is a copy of the Puyallup Municipal Code
regarding street parking. Note that the streets in Crystal Ridge are
owned by the City of Puyallup and therefore are enforced as a
Questions - If you have any questions or would like
to review a complete copy of the CC&R’s, please visit
http://crystalridgehoa.org/04-CCR.htm or email the Board of
CCR, Article IX - Maintenance of Lots
Section 1. Exterior
Maintenance by Owner. Each Lot and Residence shall be
maintained by the Owner in a neat, clean and sightly condition at
all times and shall be kept free of accumulations of litter, junk,
containers, equipment, building materials, and other debris.
All landscaping areas, including landscaping extending into the
adjacent street right-of-way, shall be regularly maintained and
trimmed to present a clean, neat, and well-maintained appearance.
All refuse shall be kept in sanitary containers sealed from the view
of any Lot; the containers shall regularly be emptied and the
contents disposed of off the Properties. No grass cuttings,
leaves, limbs, branches, and other debris from vegetation shall be
dumped or allowed to accumulate on any part of the Properties,
except that a regularly tended compost device shall not be
prohibited. No storage of goods,
vehicles, boats, trailers, trucks, campers, recreational vehicles,
or other equipment or device shall be permitted in open view from
any Lot or right-of-way. (Vehicles, boats, trailers, trucks,
campers, and recreational vehicles shall be referred to as
“Vehicles.”) This provision shall exclude temporary (less than
24 hours) parking of Vehicles on the designated driveway areas
adjacent to garages on the Lots. This paragraph is not meant
to disallow permanent (more than 24 hours) parking or storage of
Vehicles on the Lots, but if stored, Vehicles shall be adequately
screened from view from the adjacent rights-of-way and Lots.
Screening of such Vehicles must have the approval of the Committee.
Upon 48 hours notice to the Owner of an improperly parked Vehicle,
the Board has the authority to have towed, at the Owner’s expense,
any Vehicles still visible from the right-of-way or adjacent
Residences that have been parked on any Lot or within the
right-of-way for more than 24 hours.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, Owners who
have visiting guests intending to stay in such a Vehicle may secure
written permission from the Board for such guests to park the
Vehicle upon the Lot owned by the Owner for a maximum period of one
(1) week. Such a privilege shall only exist, however, after
the written permission has been obtained from the Board.
Section 4. Enforcement. The
Association (including the Declarant on behalf of the Association),
the Board, or any Owner shall have the right to enforce, by any
legal proceeding, all restrictions, conditions, covenants,
reservations, liens and charges now or hereafter imposed by the
provisions of this Declaration (including, but not limited to,
Article XV, Section 15).
Enforcement by the Association
may also include placement of a “stop work” order on any
construction that does not comply with the provisions of this
Declaration, including, but not limited to, construction that is
started by any owner without first complying with the provisions of
this Article XV for architectural review. This action may be
taken by the Association as deemed necessary in accordance with the
provisions of Article IX, Section 4 herein.
The authority to
take action under the provisions of this section shall further
extend to failure of any owner to pay the required review fees and
submit the necessary plans and specifications required by the
provisions of this section to the Association, prior to commencing
with any work on said owner’s lot.
Attorney Fees. In the event that it is necessary to
seek the services of an attorney in order to enforce any (1)
provisions of this Declaration, or (2) lien created pursuant to the
authority of this Declaration, the individual against whom
enforcement is sought shall be personally obligated to pay any
attorney fees incurred. If the Owner fails to pay such fees
within sixty (60) days, such fees shall become a lien against the
In any legal action commenced in order to
enforce the provisions of this Declaration, the prevailing party
shall be entitled to recover all reasonable attorney fees and expert
witness fees incurred in order to enforce the provisions of this
Declaration. The prevailing party shall also be entitled to
recover all costs.
Puyallup Municipal Code
Extended parking and certain vehicles prohibited.
It is unlawful to park upon the public
streets of the city for more than 72 consecutive hours any
vehicle or motor vehicle. In addition, no person shall park a
vehicle on any street or alley, except in an industrial zone, as
defined in the zoning code of the city at any time except while
actually loading or unloading if the vehicle is a truck and/or
trailer or other conveyance which is over 84 inches wide. For the
purposes of this section, “vehicle” means and includes every device
capable of being moved upon a public highway and in, upon or by
which any persons or property is or may be transported or drawn upon
a public highway, and the term “motor vehicle” means every vehicle
which is self-propelled. (Ord. 2119 § 1, 1987; Ord. 2048 § 1, 1985;
Ord. 1953 § 1, 1982).
10.36.120 Chain parking unlawful.
It shall be an infraction for any person to move and repark a
vehicle parked on the street within two blocks of the original
parking space in order to avoid a parking time limit regulation. It
shall be an infraction for any person to move and repark a vehicle
parked in a parking lot to another space within the same parking lot
in order to avoid a parking time regulation. For the purposes
of this section, a block shall be defined as a city street or alley
section located between consecutive intersections. A violation of
this section shall be an infraction punishable by a fine of $50.00.
In the event that the initial fine is not paid within 30 days of the
date of issuance of the infraction, the fine shall increase to
$90.00. (Ord. 2700 § 1, 2001; Ord. 2281 § 1, 1991).
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