Effective January 2016

RULES

TENANTS ARE BOUND BY THESE RULES.

Owners renting their unit shall provide a copy of these rules to their tenants and a requirement that tenants are obligated to comply with the rules shall automatically be a provision of the rental whether or not set forth in the rental agreement.

Owners shall be obligated to pay any fines levied against their tenant. These fines will be added to the Owners HOA Dues.

RESIDENT PARKING IN GUEST STALLS PROHIBITED.

Residents, which term includes persons residing overnight more than five days per month, may not park in guest stalls (4-10) except by purchasing a monthly permit. Parking is also not permitted in privately owned stalls 1-3, along the fence or on the painted yellow stripes along Bradford Street. Violators may be towed or fined without notice.  Advise your quests to place a card with your unit number visible in their vehicle for identification. 

DAMAGE TO COMMON AREAS SHALL BE REPORTED.

Any damage to common areas shall be reported immediately to an HOA Officer

QUIET HOURS MUST BE OBSERVED

The following quiet times shall be observed by all residents and guests:

Friday and Saturday nights:

12:00 midnight to 9:00 am next morning

All other nights:

9:00 pm to 8:00 am next morning

This includes Laundry, Dishwashers, Vacuuming and Loud noise(s).

 

PETS MUST BE CONTROLLED.

Pets shall be on a leash or in a proper carrier when in limited common areas such hallways and garages. The Seattle leash scoop law must be observed at all times. Pet waste deposited in common or limited common areas (including decks) must be removed immediately taking care not to wash the waste onto other limited common areas or down and outside gutters or drains.

SMOKING IS PROHIBITED.

Smoking is not permitted in the hallways, garages or elevator.

DECKS AND GUTTERS SHALL BE PROPERLY MAINTAINED.

Residents shall keep their decks neat and gutters clean. Decks are not to be used for unsightly storage All planters, containers and other items on decks must be elevated to permit water flow across the deck and to prevent mildew and/or rot of the decks and/or the deck coating.

BARBEQUES AND HIBACHIS:

Hibachis or other hot items are not allowed on the coated deck floors. Open flame barbeques are not allowed on any deck with a roof. Barbeques shall be kept away from the vinyl siding to avoid damage.

RESIDENTS SHALL NOT BREACH BUILDING SECURITY.

Residents shall not prop entrance doors open or disable garage doors except when loading and unloading, shall not insert foreign material to defeat any lock, shall immediately report any lost or stolen entrance keys along with the surrounding circumstances, shall not permit persons to follow them into the building without ascertaining that the party has permission to enter and will not engage in activities which constitute a breach of building security.

HALLWAYS:

Residents must not leave anything in the Hallways. Garbage, Bikes, Shopping Carts and Furniture are considered a Fire Hazard. If there were a disaster such as a Fire or Earthquake the Power might be lost for hallway lighting, in the darkness a small item in the hall could block an exit an/or cause an injury.

WINDOW COVERINGS.

All Coverings for Windows and Outside Doors. (drapes, curtains or blinds) are required to be WHITE to the outside.

GARBAGE AND RECYCLING:

Trash and/or Recycle must not be left outside their proper containers. Boxes must be crushed or broken down prior to putting them in the Recycle. All toxic or hazardous material must be disposed of properly and not put in or around the Garbage or Recycle.

GARAGE STORAGE:

Items stored in the Garage must be in an approved storage units. Exceptions will be made for up to two tires and/or bicycles that are properly stored. No furniture, appliances, batteries, gas containers, boxes, coolers or other items are allowed.

RENTALS:

A rental application, with a credit and security check must be submitted to the HOA Board for approval prior to an owner allowing anyone to move in as a renter or in any capacity other than as the owner of the unit. To offset maintenance and excess trash costs a $50 move in and a $50 move out fee will be assessed for each rental, to be collected at move in date.

 

FEES AND FINES

 

Late fees for Association dues: $10.00 if dues are not paid in full by the 5th of the month.Each month the Association in not in possession of a rental application for a leased unit the fine will be $100.00.

 

Permit to park in outside lot reserved space: $30.00 per month. Contact HOA President for available spaces

  

Lost Key charge for replacement Key $250.00

The fee for a resale certificate is $275.00 Payable to Bradford Court HOA.  Documents will be provided within 10 working days of receipt of payment.

 

The fine for a first violation of a rule is $100 and, for violation of rules resulting in damage to or littering the building or grounds, the cost of repair or clean up shall be added to the fine. At the discretion of the Board, a reduced fine or a warning may be given. The Board may assess a fine of up to $400 for repeated violations within a one year period or for failure to abate a problem after a reasonable time.