- FIRE ROUTE: Parking on any fire route at any time is forbidden by law.
- PROHIBITED AREAS: Parking is prohibited in the following areas: entrance ways, driveways, sidewalks, delivery and service parking areas, and any other parts of the common elements except those areas designated for parking by Residents, visitors or guests.
- BLOCKING: No motor vehicle (“vehicle”) shall stand or be parked or stopped on any portion of the common elements so as to block access to any roadway, path, fire access route, door, any installation upon the common elements, and other vehicle or person or in such a manner as might hinder snow ploughing or cleaning of the roadways and sidewalks.
- SIGNS: Each Resident, driver or owner of a vehicle shall fully comply with all posted signs, directions, speed limits and rules pertaining to driving or parking on the common elements.
- SPEED: No vehicle shall be driven on the surface road way at a speed in excess of 15 km/hr (10 mph), or such other speed limit as may be posted. No vehicle shall be driven in the underground garage in excess of 10 km/hr (6 mph), or such other speed limit as may be posted. Headlights shall be on at all times when driving in the garage.
- DRIVEWAY: No vehicle shall be driven on the common elements except on a driveway.
- STOPPING: Vehicles without a driver, stopped or standing on a driveway are deemed to be parked and are subject to ticketing and towing. Stopping on a driveway is permitted for a period of not more than 5 minutes, provided the vehicle is attended by the driver and access by other vehicles is not thereby prevented, only to:
i) drop off or pick up passengers;ii) drop off parcels, shopping, food deliveries, etc.;
iii) use the intercom phone system.
- HANDICAPPED: The driver of a vehicle who drops off an elderly/handicapped/incapacitated person who requires assistance to a suite, may assist him or her, provided the vehicle does not block access by other vehicles, and the driver returns immediately to remove the vehicle from the driveway.
- REPAIRS: No repairs shall be made to a vehicle either in a parking unit or on the common elements, other than such repairs as are necessary to permit towing of the vehicle to a service station or other location off the common elements. A vehicle which is unlicensed or incapable of moving under its own power shall not be parked on the common elements or any parking space.
- GARBAGE: Residue from the cleaning of the interior of a vehicle, such as ashtray debris or garbage must be disposed of in appropriate garbage containers and shall not be discarded otherwise.
- REMOVAL: The Corporation may require the owner or driver of any vehicle, conveyance, structure or thing parked, placed, stored, located or kept on the common elements in breach of a Rule to remove it forthwith. In the event it is found on the common elements 1 hour or more after written notice thereof has been given to the owner or driver or after the Corporation has placed a written notice underneath the windshield wipers, the Corporation may arrange for the vehicle or thing to be ticketed, tagged and/or towed from the common elements.
- GARAGE MAINTENANCE: Vehicles shall be removed by the owner thereof, or by the owner or lessee of a designated parking unit, from any part of the underground parking garage or any other parking space during periods of maintenance, cleaning or repairs, upon at least 24 hours prior notice given by the Corporation.
- TOWING: Any vehicle or thing found to be in contravention of any of the Parking Rules may be ticketed, tagged and/or towed from its location, including any designated parking unit, by a parking control officer, municipal police officer, or any of the Corporation’s Representatives or any other agent authorized by the Corporation, and such vehicle or thing may be moved to an alternate parking unit, other location upon the common elements or to an impound lot, whereupon the vehicle owner shall be responsible for all fines, costs and expenses pursuant to any municipal by-law, agreement, rule or regulation arising with respect to the costs of removal and storage of the vehicle, including, but not limited to, legal, towing and storage charges.
- INDEMNITY: Neither the Corporation nor the Corporation’s Representatives, police officer, tow truck operator, pound operator, agent or authorized person involved in ticketing, tagging, towing, storing and/or dealing with a vehicle or thing shall be liable for any loss or damage howsoever caused to the vehicle or thing and any property contained therein or for any cost, expense or damages suffered by the owner of the vehicle or thing or by any other person arising as a result thereof, and each owner of a vehicle or thing who is in breach of any of the Parking Rules hereby releases and indemnifies such persons accordingly.
- DERELICT: No person shall place, park or permit to be placed, or parked upon the common elements or in a parking unit any vehicle which, in the opinion of the Board or Manager, may pose a safety or security risk, remains unattended for a prolonged period of time, has a deteriorated physical condition, poor state of repair or unsightly appearance or constitutes a potential risk of damage to the property. Upon 72 hours written notice from the Board, or forthwith in the event of a potential emergency, the owner of such vehicle shall either remove or attend to the vehicle as directed by the Manager, in default of which the vehicle may be removed from the property at the expense of the owner. If a vehicle is left standing in a parking unit or upon the common elements and is unregistered with the Corporation or unlicensed, the vehicle may be ticketed, tagged and/or towed away without notice and at the owner(s) expense.
- USE OF PARKING: Each parking unit shall be used only for the purpose of parking a private passenger vehicle. A “private passenger vehicle”, in addition to any criteria in the declaration, is a vehicle that is restricted to a height of 74 inches and a length not exceeding 20 feet and includes
i) a car, mini-van, or sport utility vehicle;
ii) a motorcycle; and
iii) pickup truck no larger than a half-ton pickup truck,
and, irrespective of the vehicle’s height or length, specifically excludes a truck larger than a half-ton pickup truck and any tractor trailer, camper van, vehicle with living, sleeping and/or eating facilities, trailer, boat, snowmobile, recreational vehicle, mechanical toboggan, machinery, equipment or any vehicle used exclusively for commercial purposes. No car tops or any other items such as boxes, tires, bottles, etc. may be kept or stored in any parking unit, except for one bundle buggy, a wheel chair, or an electric scooter.
- PARKING UNIT: No portion of a vehicle shall extend beyond the boundaries of its parking unit.
- DESIGNATED PARKING UNITS: No person(s) other than the owner(s) of the designated suite as set forth in the declaration, or a permitted licensee, may own, lease, park upon or use a parking unit, except as otherwise provided in these rules.
a) Any Resident may allow a Visitor or another Resident to use the parking unit or units owned or rented by him/her. Any such vehicle so parked must display an overnight underground parking permit obtained from the Security Gate House.
b) No motor vehicle or any Resident or Visitor shall be parked underground unless such vehicle has been registered at the Gate House or with the Property Manager in accordance with the procedures established by the Joint Operations Committee. Any change in the information so registered (i.e. purchase of a new vehicle) must be reported to the Property Manager.
c) Parking units allocated to a suite shall not be loaned, rented, leased or licensed to non-residents, except that:
i) Residents shall be permitted to use such parking unit or units for the motor vehicle of their Visitors (see item a above).
ii) Resident may give permission to Gate House security to arrange for the use of such Resident’s parking unit(s) for the overnight Visitor(s) of other Residents.
In such circumstances, the other Resident(s) whose Visitor(s) use(s) the parking unit shall be responsible for the escape of gasoline oil or other harmful substance and any other damage caused to the property.
iii) Any such vehicle so parked must display an Overnight Underground Parking Permit obtained from the security Gate House.
d) Vehicle access into the garage requires an Electronic Vehicle Access Card (Transponder). If the vehicle is not equipped with a Transponder, the resident may make a special arrangement with the security Gate House upon arrival.
- LESSEE: No Resident is permitted to sell, lease or dispose of his or her interest in, or right or privilege of use of, a parking unit allocated in the Corporation’s declaration to the applicable suite, except to the successor owner of the suite. Not withstanding the foregoing, a parking unit may be leased to another resident subject to the requirements concerning term of lease set out in each Corporation’s Declaration.
- RESIDENT OVERNIGHT PARKING: Resident shall not park overnight in the surface parking lots. Residents’ vehicles left in the surface parking lots overnight may be tagged and/or removed by the Corporation at the Resident’s expense.
- VISITOR PARKING: Visitors shall use the designated surface parking lots. Under no circumstances may anyone park elsewhere on the surface common elements.
- COMMERCIAL VEHICLES: Trucks, trailers or other commercial vehicles may not be parked overnight in the surface parking lots.
- VISITOR OVERNIGHT PARKING: Residents shall obtain an Overnight Surface Parking Permit from the Gate House to authorize a Visitor to park in the surface parking lots overnight or longer, for a maximum of 21 days.
a) Unless such a Permit has been obtained, and is prominently displayed on the vehicle dashboard, the Visitor’s vehicle may be tagged and/or removed by the Corporation at the expense of the owner.
b) An Overnight Surface Parking Permit may be issued for the maximum of 21 days period and may not be renewed for 30 days after expiry, except by special permission by the Board.
c) Visitors parking overnight shall be subject to the regulations established by the Joint Operations Committee from time to time and notified to the Residents.
- BICYCLES: Bicycles are to be parked in the bicycle racks located in the garage or in the residents’ parking unit, provided that the parking unit is against a wall and the bicycle is placed against the wall. It may be also stored on a rack at the rear of a vehicle provided that the length in combination does not exceed the length of the parking space. Bicycles found chained, stored or parked in contravention of this Rule M 24 will be forcibly removed and impounded at the bicycle owner’s expense and neither the Corporation nor any of its staff shall be liable for any damages to the bicycle as a result.