Reminder Below: It’s been a great week to knock some property maintenance to-do items off the list.
Heads up…..I will be doing a full community inspection beginning May 16th. It usually takes me about a week to complete the inspection and email/mail out reports.
Please take the next week and a half to clean up any of those lingering cleanup items. Below are a few items that caught my attention and will be of focus during the inspection.
- Cars parked in a yard. All motorized vehicles are to be parked on driveways or in garages.
- CLPOA Rules & Reg Item 33 (1)
- (1) Property owners shall not permit any item to remain on their lot(s), which is so unsightly, deteriorated, or rusted, as to constitute, in the opinion of the Property Manager, an eyesore.
- Debris piles that have been in yards for multiple months. These could be stick and debris piles, or dirt/soil piles.
- Unused equipment in lawn areas. These items should be stored in sheds or garages.
- Unkept lawns or landscape beds. (Tall grass and/or tall weeds)
- Lawns that have large bare areas. Completed construction areas that are still bare from work in the fall or winter are an example. These areas should be seeded. We are in the perfect seeding time.
- Signs. Contractor signs are to only be displayed if work is active. Signs can remain on lawns up to 3 days after completion of a project.
- Sheds that need to be painted. Porch railings that need to be painted.
- Sheds that are in disrepair. These sheds need to be repaired or removed.
- Play equipment in disrepair (swing sets, trampolines, etc.)