Belmont Station Assigned Parking Issue
- Sequoia Management Company
- United States of America
Sequoia Management Company recently repaved the parking areas of Belmont Station. In doing so, the parking space numbering was also removed and never replaced. It has now become impossible to tell where the assigned and visitor spaces are now located. Visitors now have no idea where to park (at no fault of their own) and have been parking in what was assigned parking spaces. Because there are no markings on the paved areas, property owners are unable to ticket or tow vehicles and have lost the use of their own spaces, 2 of which are included in the sale of each ungaraged townhome.
Property owners who purchase townhomes with garages don't have this problem because they have a garage and a driveway; plus VISITOR parking if need be. Garaged townhomes are sold with NO assigned parking because of this, which is how it should be.
Unfortunately, the property owners of the garaged townhomes feel that they are also entitled to assigned parking spaces - which would give them 4 parking spaces plus visitor parking!
It is being argued that they don't use the garage for parking but rather for storage. That is the property owner decision and property owners of the ungaraged townhomes should not lose parking because of this.
In conclusion, the policy should remain as is - townhomes with garages should continue to have the use of visitor parking only - they should NOT be assigned 2 additional reserved parking spaces - this takes away from the parking for the property owners without the garage/driveway.
This petition is for the benefit of the property owners of UNGARAGED townhomes that are in jeopardy of losing much needed parking.
Please keep the parking policy as is and repaint our numbers in the assigned parking areas as soon as possible.
Keep the parking policy as is - do not assign additional reserved parking to property owners of garaged townhomes.
The Belmont Station Assigned Parking Issue petition to Sequoia Management Company was written by Beth Buckley and is in the category Neighborhood Living at GoPetition.