We have had some questions and trouble with people parking campers on the streets along with broken down vehicles. The bylaws state:
All types of "Recreational Vehicles," including but not limited to trucks, trailers, mobile homes, detached camper units, utility and boat trailers, snowmobiles, race cars, watercraft or house trailers, are prohibited from parking anywhere within the District unless they fit entirely within an enclosed garage, except for the "temporary expedient of unloading, delivery or emergency." Three overnights (i.e., 72 hours) during a seven (7) day period for loading and unloading is allowed. Parking of a recreational vehicle for a period of time in excess of 72 hours in a 7-day period is prohibited, except
as may be approved in writing by the Committee.
Periodic movement of the vehicle for purposes of circumventing this standard shall not qualify the vehicle for exception from this standard. Any "Recreational Vehicle," including but not limited to trucks, trailers, mobile homes, detached camper units, utility and boat trailers, snowmobiles, race cars, watercraft or house trailers shall not be parked, kept, stored or maintained on or adjacent to any open space area within the District, except while temporarily engaged in loading or unloading of trucks
or RVs not to exceed more than one (1) consecutive day. Vehicles in violation hereof shall be subject to ticketing and/or towing at owner's expense, as provided herein or by applicable law.
The purpose of the 72 hours is to load and unload, not to provide storage/parking for the unit. Recreational Vehicles must stored/parked in the garage, off site, or as otherwise approved in writing by the Committee.
Vehicles shall not be parked on landscaped (i.e., rock, sod, mulch, plants, etc.) areas. Inoperable vehicles ("legally" and/or "mechanically") are not permitted to remain within the District so as to be visible.
Tree Replacement within the District
The District is working to replace dead trees within the community. A handful of trees were replaced this fall however we were not able to replace every single one. A tree audit will be performed again this spring, the district will plan to address the remaining trees from last fall along with any new ones that may come up. Trees at the park on Wheatlands Pkwy and Kewaunee will not be addressed due to the construction of the new park coming up.