All 100 and 200 units, and a select number of 300 units without garages, are supplied with one exclusive-use parking space. The numbers attached to the parking bollards indicate each owner’s spot. Electrical outlets are connected to each individual unit's electrical panel.
If there is a vehicle other than your own parked in your exclusive-use parking space, you have the right to have it towed. Call the city Bylaw office at 311. They will ticket/tow the vehicle, provided you show proof that the spot is yours. (Each resident has received such a letter from the Property Management company.)
Spaces with yellow parking curbs are for visitor parking, Residents are responsible for ensuring that their guests do not park in exclusive-use parking spots.
If you have visitors staying past 1 a.m., you must call the parking company per the instructions you have received.
There are four (4) designated handicapped parking spots. These spots are patrolled by the City and by our own parking monitoring service; cars without the appropriate documentation will be ticketed.
Residents who operate more than one car must register the vehicle with the Corporation and pay a monthly fee for each additional parking spot. Please contact the Property Manager for details.
Do not park any motor vehicle on any part of the common elements except in the designated parking areas.
No motor vehicle may be driven on any part of the common elements other than the roadways, driveways and parking lots.
All vehicles, including those in exclusive-use parking spots, must have a license sticker for the current year. Unregistered and/or inoperative motor vehicles must not occupy any part of the common elements, including exclusive-use parking spots. Such vehicles will be towed at the owner's risk and expense.
Vehicles parked in fire lanes (all roadways in Salter Square) will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s risk and expense. Call 311 to report any such vehicles.
Trailers, boats and other non-motorized vehicles may not be parked on Salter Square property except for the purposes of loading and unloading, at which time they may be briefly parked in an exclusive-use or visitor parking spot for a maximum of 48 hours.
No major work of any sort may be done on any vehicle on the common elements. Owners will be held liable for any damage (e.g. that caused by motor oil) that may occur due to their failure to comply or due to inadequate maintenance.