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Parking

Parking Pass and Towing Guidelines

No Pass, vehicle in the way and cannot be worked around* = TOW**

 

No Pass and vehicle in no parking zone but can be worked around* for a day
= Strata Rep will leave note on vehicle with deadline for relocation. If deadline is not met – TOW.**

 

Pass, Vehicle in no parking zone

= If it can wait a few hours: Strata Rep will phone offender (if number on pass) AND leave note at unit door with deadline for vehicle relocation. If deadline for moving vehicle is not met – TOW.If relocation can’t wait*: TOW** and contact vehicle owner to notify.

 

No pass, vehicle parked correctly*

= Strata Rep will take note of license plate # and vehicle type. Rep will leave note on vehicle windshield stating that their vehicle plate # has been recorded, and that a second offence will result in towing. Include information in note re: towing costs, and on how to obtain both owner and temporary passes. Database of offender license plate numbers will be kept by Strata Rep.*When lots are at capacity, we may have to tow right away, particularly out of the Henry lots. During peak times, vehicles displaying parking passes from other strata/buildings will be towed.

**All towing from Strata 799 lots will be at the Strata Rep’s discretion.

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Other Rules

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR ALPINE VILLAGE STRATA 799

Adopted March 14, 2009
1. Any vehicle in Strata 799’s four parking lots not displaying a valid parking pass during the ski season may be towed away at the expense of the owner of the vehicle.
2. As of March 14th, 2009, every official dwelling in Strata 799 of which there are presently two hundred and forty-one (241) will receive two (2) owner parking passes at no cost.
Adopted October 10, 2009
3. There shall be no open burning or Briquette BBQ’s May to October or during forest fire service bans within the boundaries of Strata 799 common property or the four parking lots leased to the Corporation.
4. Further to Strata 799 Bylaw section 3(3), an owner, tenant or visitor must pick up and dispose of droppings from his or her dog or other large animal.
5. Without Strata Council approval, there will be no grooming, at Strata 799 expense, of Strata 799 Common Property other then on the present winter roads.
6. Further to Strata 799 Bylaw 30(4), no person shall operate any “All Terrain Vehicle” within the boundaries of Strata 799 during the period of “non-operation” of the Mt Washington Ski Resort Ltd ski facilities without having obtained from the Strata Council prior written authority to do so.
Adopted December 13. 2009
7. If Village Representative is requested to provide a temporary parking pass, that they charge a $10.00 fee.
8. Tobogganing, tubing or sliding (other than skiing/boarding), is prohibited within the Strata 799 Village.

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