June 10, 2019

WCA BoD issued Parking Violation Tickets to two vehicles in Lower Orchard Lane.

On Thursday June 7, 2019, the WCA BoD issued Parking Violation Tickets to two vehicles in Lower Orchard Lane.
  • Red VW (Update: Virginia antique tags installed)
    • Missing front license plate, registration expired, inspection expired.
    • Towing ordered for June 12, 2019
  • Silver BMW (Update: Vehicle removed from cluster property)
    • Registration expired, inspection expired.
    • Towing ordered for June 14, 2019
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  1. Parking 
Waterview Cluster has slightly fewer than two parking spaces per house, so cooperation between neighbors is essential. If you have a carport, please use it. If your household has several cars, park one or two of them in a less crowded area so as not to squeeze out your neighbors. If you plan to host a large party, ask your guests to park outside the cluster or in less crowded areas. In addition, the following rules apply to both streets and carports:  
  1. Parking in the cluster is limited to residents, short-term guests and immediate family members living with residents. Residents may not authorize non-residents to park or store vehicles for extended periods.
  2. Trailers, boats, recreational vehicles, and commercial vehicles with obtrusive signs, fittings, or equipment may not be parked overnight in the cluster. RA provides rental storage space for recreational vehicles, trailers and boats at its Sunset Hills lot. Call RA for details.
  3. The cluster board, at the owner’s expense, will tow and impound any vehicles that: a) are inoperable; b) do not have current license and inspection stickers; c) are abandoned or do not belong to a cluster resident; or d) otherwise violate cluster rules. State and county laws require registration within 30 days of establishing residence.