All registered/street-legal automobiles, sport utility vehicles, trucks and vans rated 1-tonor below, and motorcycles may park in PCVA.
Recreational Vehicles (RV) and or sports equipment [e.g., trailered boats, trailered all-terrain vehicles (ATV), etc.] shall be parked in a garage or off-site.
RVs 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.
All unlicensed vehicles(or any vehicle in a condition that is incapable of being operated on a public highway) may not be parked anywhere except in a garage.
2.4.2 VEHICLES NOT ALLOWED
Vehicles that are NOT allowed to park in Pine Creek for more than 48 contiguous hours include all commercial vehicles, trucks, and vans.
Commercial Vehicle is defined as a vehicle with any of the following characteristics (including but not limited to):
A rack for ladders or other equipment used in construction
Equipment used to hold glass or pipes or any other maintenance implements in place
Commercial equipment mounted on a loading platformCommercial signage or logo painted or attached on over 50% of the body (excluding the windows)
Utility company vehicles
Any van or truck rated over 1-ton
Vehicles of a commercial nature that do not fit wholly within a garage
Commercial vehicles may park for short periods of time only when visiting Pine Creek to perform service calls for homeowners.
2.4.3 NUISANCE VEHICLES
Refer to Community Guidelines Section2.17 regarding nuisances.
In consideration of neighbors, please keep RV and sports vehicle parking to a minimum.
In consideration of neighbors, please keep street parking to a minimum.
Temporary exceptions are possible:
A temporary exception may be granted for periods longer than 48 hours on a case-by-case basis (example: home renovation or major repair).
Temporary parking in the driveway of commercial vehicles1-tonor smaller maybe considered by the Board on a case-by-case basis.
Contact the Community Manager to seek an approved temporary variance from the Board of Directors.
2.4.4 PARKING ENFORCEMENT.
PCVA will follow State Law HB 22-1139 regarding use of public rights-of-way.
Parking will comply with City regulations when parking on City roads.
The PCVA may also tow, at the expense of the owner, any vehicle in Pine Creek that violates the parking rules.
Improperly parked vehicles will be posted with a notice at least 24 hours prior to towing.
However, no notice is required if a vehicle is parked in a designated fire lane or if it has been cited two or more times for the same parking violation; in such cases, the vehicle may be towed without notice.
2.4.5 WHERE PARKING IS ALLOWED –RESIDENTS
All vehicles (see Allowed Vehicles described above) shall be parked only in garages and driveways.
Residents must maximize use of garages and driveways before using on-street parking.
Cars in the driveway may be covered with a cover that is made for that purpose and be of a neutral color.
2.4.6 WHERE PARKING IS ALLOWED —VISITORS AND NON-RESIDENTS
Street Parking. Non-residents may park on city streets preferably in front of the home being visited.
Driveways and Garages. Visitors may also park in resident driveways or garages.
2.4.7 PARKING IN CUL-DE-SACS
Parking in cul-de-sacs is permitted on the inside curb of the island only.
The outer lane in cul-de-sacs is designated as a fire lane by the City of Colorado Springs to allow for emergency vehicle access.
Violators are subject to being towed at the owners’ expense.
Rules for parking on City streets also applies to parking in cul-de-sacs.
Refer to Exhibit 2.1 below.
Complaints on sidewalk blockage should be directed to Colorado Springs Police Department, Code Enforcement Division.
2.4.8 WHERE PARKING IS NOT ALLOWED
Do not block sidewalks. Vehicles shall not be parked in such a way so as to block access to the street sidewalks; in accordance with the City of Colorado Springs requirements. Complaints on sidewalk blockage should be directed to Colorado Springs Police Department, Code Enforcement Division.
Do not park on unpaved areas. No vehicles shall be permitted on pathways or unpaved Common Area except for public safety vehicles or other vehicles previously authorized by the Board of Directors. Parking on unpaved surfaces, including lawns, is prohibited for all vehicles (reference the section above on Allowed Vehicles). Parking in side and rear yards is permitted only on paved driveways serving side or rear loading garages.
Do Not Park in Flag Lot Driveways (Private Roads). Vehicles shall not park on the private flag drive lots or private roads in accordance with the City Code, because Private Roads and Flag Lot Driveways are less than 22 feet in width per the Colorado Springs Fire Department requirements. Parking must be incompliance with sections above describing where parking is allowed. The PCVA may tow, at the expense of the owner, any vehicle in Pine Creek that violates this parking rule. Flag Lot Driveways and Private Roads are found across Pine Creek Village in these neighborhoods:
Sage Hill Greens
Colorado Springs City Code Outlines Parking Requirements
10.11.101: PARKING AT CURB OR EDGE OF ROADWAY: A. Except where angle parking is permitted every vehicle stopped or parked upon a two-way roadway shall be so stopped or parked with the right-hand wheels parallel to and within twelve inches (12") of the right-hand curb or edge of the roadway. B. Except where angle parking is permitted, every vehicle stopped or parked upon a one-way roadway shall be so stopped or parked parallel to the curb or edge of the roadway, in the direction of authorized traffic movement, with its right-hand wheels within twelve inches (12") of the right-hand curb or edge of the roadway, or its left-hand wheels within twelve inches (12") of the left-hand curb or edge of the roadway. (1968 Code §6-11-1; Ord. 75-86; Ord. 01-42)
10.11.102: OBEDIENCE TO ANGLE PARKING SIGNS OR MARKINGS: On those streets which have been approved and signed or marked for angle parking, no person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle other than at the angle to the curb or edge of the roadway indicated by the signs or markings with the front portion of the vehicle next to the curb. (1968 Code §6-11-2; Ord. 75-86; Ord. 01-42)
10.11.103: UNATTENDED MOTOR VEHICLE: No person driving or in charge of a motor vehicle shall permit it to stand unattended without first stopping the engine, locking the ignition and removing the key, or when standing upon any perceptible grade without effectively setting the brake and turning the front wheels to the curb or side of the highway. (1968 Code §6-11-3; Ord. 75-86; Ord. 01-42)
10.11.104: PARKING NOT TO OBSTRUCT TRAFFIC OR MAINTENANCE: A. No person shall park any vehicle upon a street or highway in a manner or under conditions as to interfere with the free movement of vehicular traffic or proper street or highway maintenance. B. It shall be unlawful for the driver or person in control of any vehicle being loaded or unloaded, or for the work person or persons in control of any construction project, or for any other person, to permit or cause any object or objects to protrude or extend into any lane of traffic so as to create a hazard or block the same. (1968 Code §6-11-4; Ord. 75-86; Ord. 01-42)
10.12.101: STOPPING, STANDING OR PARKING IN SPECIFIED PLACES. https://codelibrary.amlegal.com/codes/coloradospringsco/latest/coloradosprings_co/0-0-0-18014 No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic, vehicular or pedestrian, or in compliance with directions of a police officer or traffic control device, in any of the following places: A. On a sidewalk or pedestrian walking area; B. Within five feet (5') of a public or private driveway; C. Within an intersection; D. Within five feet (5') of a fire hydrant; E. On a crosswalk; F. Within twenty feet (20') of a crosswalk at an intersection; G. Within thirty feet (30') of the approach to any flashing beacon, stop sign, yield sign or traffic control signal located at the side of the roadway; H. Between a safety zone and the adjacent curb, or within thirty feet (30') of points on the curb immediately opposite the ends of a safety zone, unless a different length is indicated by official signs and markings; I. Within fifty feet (50') of the nearest rail of a railroad at the intersection of a street and a railroad; J. Within ten feet (10') of the nearest rail of a railroad at any location other than an intersection; K. Within twenty feet (20') of the driveway entrance to any fire station and on the side of a street opposite the entrance to any fire station within seventy five feet (75') of the entrance when properly signposted; L. Alongside or opposite any street or roadway excavation or obstruction when stopping, standing or parking would obstruct traffic; M. On the roadway side of any vehicle stopped or parked at the edge or curb of a street; N. Between the curb and the sidewalk except where expressly provided by section 10.1.313 of this chapter and except where expressly permitted under the terms of a revocable permit issued pursuant to chapter 3 of this Code. O. Upon any bridge or other elevated structure upon a street or highway or within a street or highway tunnel; P. At any place where official signs prohibit stopping, standing or parking; Q. Adjacent to any curb painted yellow, or "Reserved"; R. Within a bus stop or taxicab stand. (1968 Code §6-12-1; Ord. 75-86; Ord. 77-69; 1980 Code; Ord. 01-42; Ord. 03-124)
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