Parking Regulations and Restrictions
SeaBridge is a close quarters residential community. We all rely on our neighbors and friends to act in a responsible and considerate manner so that we can all enjoy the benefits of this great place to live. We all need to be able to park our vehicles, and, on occasion, to have our visitors and guests have the ability to park in the very limited space we have available.
The following rules and regulations have been designed to facilitate this process. Your co-operation is very much appreciated by all your neighbors!
- Garages shall be used for the storage of vehicles first and foremost.
- Homeowners can apply for a limit of one, Resident Parking Hangtag in order to park in the open spaces. Hangtags will be tied to vehicles registered to the Homeowners address.
- These Resident Parking Hangtags will be issued at no cost to the Homeowner. If lost, they will be replaced at a cost of $50.
- In order to be eligible to receive a Resident Parking Hangtag, the homeowner/resident would have to provide registration for all vehicles and the registration needs to be current, with an address within the Association. (application and allocation will be administered by our patrol service)
- Residents (with a Hangtag) will be able to park in any open space on a first come, first served basis.
- Guest Parking Program (GPP): Qualified “Guests” are Safelisted by address and license plate and must display a valid Safelist confirmation number. (Obtained via web or telephone to the patrol service). Each residence will be allocated ten Safelists in any 90 day period.
- Any vehicle parked in any of the open parking spaces, would either have a hangtag/permit or would be Safelisted with the patrol service. Any other vehicle parked in a designated parking space would be in violation, and receive a citation. A vehicle would be subject to towing if it received two citations in any rolling 60 day period.
- Parking Rules will be enforced from 12am to 6am, seven days a week.
- Vehicles that have not been moved in any rolling seven day period are subject to citation and tow.
- There will be zero tolerance for any vehicle parked in contravention of the above rules.
- There will be no parking in fire lanes except for loading and unloading and attended vehicles that are being washed. Any others are subject to an immediate tow.
- No trailer, motor home, commercial vehicle, large truck (1 ton or over), camper, inoperable vehicle or watercraft shall be parked at any time in the common areas including the street and parking spaces, except for the sole purpose of continually loading and unloading (defined as between the hours of 8am and 5pm and not to exceed six hours)
- IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING TOWING: The patrol company initiates a tow by calling the Huntington Beach Police Department and the towing company. Please be assured that the Board of Directors will not tolerate any abuse by the patrol company and will reimburse any homeowner/resident in the event of a tow charge that was incurred unreasonably.
Article II, Section 5 of the Seabridge Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions specifies:
“No part of the Properties shall be used for the habitual parking or storage of commercial or recreational vehicles, boats, trailers or mobile homes, nor shall vehicles of any kind be habitually parked on the Properties other than in any enclosed garage, except in accordance with such rules and regulations as may be approved by the Association. No vehicles (including recreational vehicles) other than conventionally equipped passenger automobiles shall be permitted to park on the streets within the Properties except for the purpose of loading and unloading and in no event for longer than twelve (12) consecutive hours.”
Article II, Section 1 of the Seabridge Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions specifies:
“Any garage shall be used solely by the occupants of the dwelling to which it is appurtenant and shall not be altered for use as living quarters or utilized for any purpose other than the storage of automobiles or other vehicles and household personal property.”