Trash and/or trash cans may only be placed on the curb the night prior to the scheduled trash pick up day and removed from the curb no later than the evening on the day of pick up. All trash and trash containers must be stored inside the garage. You may not store trash or trash cans anywhere outside of the unit. It is your responsibility to make arrangements if you are unable to store your trash can. Those in violation are subject to a $25 fine, per day.
Service vehicles are permitted Monday-Saturday from 8am-6pm. In case of emergency please contact the gate attendant (404-372-3944) and let them know as soon as possible. Please have them contact management if needed.
Parking passes are required Monday-Friday between 12:00am(midnight) and 7:30 am and all day on Saturday, Sunday and Holidays. If there is any question as to whether or not you need a parking pass, please contact the gate attendant at (404) 372-3944.
Failure to display a parking pass when required could result in the vehicle being towed.
Any other type of grill, such as charcoal, propane, or pellet violates the terms of our community insurance policy and therefore are not allowed. A $250 per day violation fine will be imposed for anyone found to have an unapproved grill.
The association maintains most of the exterior of the units; however, the driveway, doors, garage door and windows are the responsibility of the homeowner. Review the covenants or contact the management office for more information.
A management company is contracted by the Board of Directors to provide such services as: Collection of assessments, supervision of subcontractors, obtaining bids for subcontracted services, providing financial statements and collection reports, as well as a general clearing house for problem solving, communications with homeowners and the Board of Directors and to serve in an advisor capacity. The management company reports directly to the Board and all decisions are made by a majority vote of the Board of Directors. Liberty Park has an onsite manager contracted through the management company.
It is a non-profit corporation registered with the State and managed by a duly elected Board of Directors. Its purpose is to maintain all common areas and to govern the community in accordance with the provision of the legal documents: CC&Rs, Bylaws, and Articles of Incorporation. The governing legal documents for the association may be viewed online on the community website. The corporation is financially supported by all members of the homeowners association. Membership is both automatic and mandatory.
The Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs) are the governing legal documents that set up the guidelines for the operation of the planned community as a non-profit corporation. The CC&Rs were recorded by the County recorder's office of the County in which the property is located and are included in the title to your property. Failure to abide by the CC&Rs may result in a fine to a homeowner by the Association. The governing legal documents for the association may be viewed online on the community website.
The Bylaws are the guidelines for the operation of the non-profit corporation. The Bylaws define the duties of the various offices of the Board of Directors, the terms of the Directors, the membership's voting rights, required meetings and notices of meetings, and the principal office of the Association, as well as other specific items that are necessary to run the Association as a business. The Bylaws for the association may be viewed online on the community website.
The Homeowner's Association again is a corporation and therefore a governing body that is required to oversee its business. The Board of Directors is elected by the homeowners, or as otherwise specified in the bylaws. The limitations and restrictions of the powers of the Board of Directors is outlined in the Association governing documents.
Your association’s rules and regulations are created to protect your community’s property values, enhance its lifestyle and promote a friendly, agreeable and fair environment for residents. While the rules may keep you from taking certain liberties pertaining to your home or community, they also prevent your neighbors from performing nuisance or disruptive actions or behavior as well. As a homeowner, and member of your association, you are obligated to obey its rules, so be sure you fully understand them, ideally before you buy a home in the community.
Most associations have developed Rules and Regulations as provided for in the CC&Rs and adopted by the Board of Directors. Rules are established to provide direction to the homeowners for common courtesies with regard to items such as; parking, vehicles, pets, deliveries, move in/out, leasing and pool use hours, etc. In addition, your Association will adopt Architectural Guidelines with procedures for submitting requests to make exterior changes to your home. Such changes may include, but are not limited to, patio covers, landscaping, or exterior fixture change. These rules and guidelines are set up to maintain the aesthetic value and integrity of the community on behalf of all owners, and hopefully protect the market value of your investment as well. Violations of these rules may result in action by the Board of Directors and a fine. In addition, if you proceed with an exterior improvement or change, without written approval of the Board of Directors, or Architectural Committee, as applicable, you will be required to remove or correct the alteration and/or be fined for the violation.
If residents cannot resolve a covenant or rule violation situation between themselves, then turn to your Association. Should you have a situation that does not appear to be resolved through neighborly means, and you are willing to actively participate in the enforcement provided by the Policies and Guidelines, you may submit your complaint. If the situation is deemed in violation of the Policies and Guidelines, the Board of Directors will institute the enforcement policy. Your continued assistance may be required.
Please keep in mind that some situations may occur as a result of living in a shared space community, that the HOA cannot assist with resolving; they are considered neighbor to neighbor issues. The HOA may only get involved for covenant or rule violations that you are not able to resolve on your own.
Yes. Notice of the time and place of any regular board meeting will be noted in the community website accessed online on the Calendar page, personal issues will only be addressed upon a prior request for a formal hearing so you can be included on the meeting agenda prior to the meeting. Residents are not permitted to attend the closed session portion of the meeting.
The assessment is the periodic amount due from each homeowner to cover the operating expenses of the common area and provide for reserve funds for replacement of common facilities in future years. Your assessments are due on the first of the month. Statements will be sent for past due assessments as a reminder of the amount due in addition to notifying them of the late fee that has been assessed on the account.
The Department of Real Estate typically requires an initial budget from the developer for each community that a developer proposes to build. This budget is set upon specific guidelines for utilities, landscaping, administration, etc. Reserve funds are monies set aside for future expenses due to the life expectancy of certain items: lighting, street resurfacing, pool equipment, etc. These amounts are then divided by the number of units built in a given phase of the development. Subsequent budgets are developed by the Board of Directors and adjusted periodically to meet anticipated expenses.
There is no concrete answer to this. You can find the answer to this question within your Covenants. The Board of Directors may approve an increased budget, increasing your assessment to a defined percentage in order to cover increased costs of operating and maintaining the common area and sufficient reserve funds. The board may also have the authority to assess special assessments or specific homeowners depending on the expense.
The maintenance and management services incurred by the Association are dependent upon timely receipt of the assessments due from each homeowner. Late payments will result in a late charge as assessments are due on the first of the month. In addition, the CC&Rs allows the Association to charge late charges and interest and proceed with a lien on your property, or foreclosure proceeding for nonpayment of assessments. Liberty Park has the authority to terminate vehicle transponder access to the community and/or water termination for nonpayment of assessments.
If there is something that you see that is maintained by the Association and needs to be repaired, please send the details to Arlene Alvarez, Property Manager (Arlene.Alvarez@fsresidential.com). They will review and handle the scheduling of the repair, if needed.
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