Recreational Vehicles (RV’s) and/or sports equipment [example: Trailered Boats, Trailered All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV), etc.] shall be parked in a garage or off-site. RV’s and sports equipment may be temporarily parked in the driveway or in the street directly in front of the home for loading and unloading only over a short a period of time not to exceed 24 hours, and not to exceed 7 days per calendar year.
Call the Colorado Springs Police Department's non-emergency line at 444-7000 for:
Learn more at www.coloradosprings.gov/codeenforcement
Yes - there are restrictions. By city law, contractors can work from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
The first thing you should do is try to work out the issue directly with your neighbor. In many cases neighbors may not even be aware that they are in violation. If that fails, please visit the "Contact Us" tab and contact the management company or submit a violation report. Please refer to the https://www.pcva.org/governing-documents.html to determine if a violation has taken place.
CC&Rs is real estate acronym which stands for Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions. CC&Rs variously regulate the usages and aesthetics of a neighborhood or development to a greater or lesser degree. The Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R's) are the governing legal documents that set up the guidelines for the operation of PCVA as a non-profit corporation. The governing legal documents for the association may be viewed online at https://www.pcva.org/governing-documents.html
The bylaws for the Association are the written documents that guide the structure and operation of the HOA. The bylaws provide for the election of the Board of Directors, the responsibilities of the Board and the Associations residents. You can view the bylaws online at https://www.pcva.org/governing-documents.html
One of the visions of the developer when planning Pine Creek was to minimize street parking and to keep streets wide open and spacious. The Association is in agreement with this vision and strives to enforce parking regulations. But this doesn't mean street parking is illegal - there are just some restrictions.
CLICK HERE for the the sections from the Community Guidelines on parking in Pine Creek.
The Special Meeting held on July 28, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. completed the vote resulting in 1,103 votes in favor of the provision to prohibit ADUs in PCVA and 39 votes against.
The Additional Provision was approved and the following is added as Article 10, Section 10.21.
Section 10.21. Accessory Dwelling Units Prohibited.
(a) A “Dwelling Unit” is defined as any room or group of rooms located within a dwelling and forming a single habitable unit with facilities which are used or intended to be used for living, sleeping, cooking and eating. Notwithstanding any provision in any applicable zoning regulations, each Unit may contain no more than one Dwelling Unit.
(b) An “Accessory Dwelling Unit” is defined as a Dwelling Unit that is subordinate to the principal Dwelling Unit, that is located upon the same lot or Unit as the principal Dwelling Unit, whether located within the principal Dwelling Unit or detached from the principal Dwelling Unit, regardless of whether it remains under the same ownership as the principal Dwelling Unit. Notwithstanding any provision in any applicable zoning regulations, Accessory Dwelling Units are prohibited within the Community.
Per the PCVA limited amendment made February 6, 2017 - "No owner, occupant, or other Person may use the Unit, any portion of the Unit or the Properties for the purpose of growing, cultivating, processing or distributing marijuana, including but not limited to, medical marijuana as a caregiver for any person not residing at that Unit. Notwithstanding the foregoing, an Owner or occupant may possess and grow up to a maximum of twelve (12) marijuana plants total in the Unit, whether the plants are medical marijuana plants, marijuana plants for personal use, or any combination thereof, with one -half (1/2) or fewer being mature, flowering plants; provided however, plants may be possessed and grown only within a primary residence and not within an accessory structure. The Owner or occupant must comply at all times with the Colorado Springs City Code Section 7.3.105P, as may be amended from time to time. No unit may be used for the processing, production, or use of hash oil, whether for personal use or distribution. The restrictions in this section may be futher clarified by the Board through rules and regulations. Owner will be responsible for any costs or damages resulting from a violation of this section."
See the amendment at https://www.pcva.org/uploads/7/8/8/7/78875826/06_feb_2017_pcva_limited_amendment__short_term_rentals_and_marijuana_growing_and_distribution_.pdf
It is up to each individual to understand and follow the law.
9.7.207: CONSUMPTION OF MARIJUANA IN PUBLIC PROHIBITED: It shall be unlawful for any person to consume marijuana in or upon any street, alley, avenue, or park, or upon any public stairway or hall, or in any other public place within the City. (Ord. 13-19)
9.7.208: CONSUMPTION OF MARIJUANA IN VEHICLES PROHIBITED: It shall be unlawful for any person to consume marijuana while in a vehicle which is on any street, roadway or other public place in the City, or for the driver, owner or person in control of a vehicle to permit any person to consume marijuana in a vehicle while the vehicle is on any street, roadway or other public place in the City. (Ord. 13-19)
Additional Home Growing Requirements Include:
A ventilation and filtration system ensures odors from the cultivation activities are not detectible by a person with a typical sense of smell from any adjoining lot, parcel, tract, public right-of-way, building unit or residential unit
Marijuana and medical marijuana plants are grown in an enclosed and locked space
All personal cultivation of marijuana and medical marijuana shall be limited to an area of one hundred fifty (150) square feet for a single-family dwelling
The person growing, cultivating, or processing marijuana or medical marijuana within a residential or accessory structure owned by another person or entity obtains the written consent of the property owner. The written consent of the property owners must be furnished to any requesting City official. If the person growing, cultivating, or processing marijuana or medical marijuana does not provide the City official with the written consent of the property owner, the City may inform the property owner of the marijuana or medical marijuana related activities occurring on the property