most likely it's a public street and your neighbor can park where ever he wants.I am also having trouble with my HOA. It seems that my neighbor feels it is his right to park a 3-ton truck with a man-lift in front of my house every night and all week-end, and the HOA hasn't been able to make the SOB obey the rules he agreed to. There are 8 adults, three children, and seven vehicles now residing next door--a 1500-1600 foot house. Matamoros in the making.
I am aware that occasionally there are stories about HOA's that hit the press, but in general, they protect your investment. The bottom line---if you do not agree with the terms, do not move in.
despite what your tenets say, an HOA has no control over public streets.No, he cannot park a 3-ton truck wherever he wants. He agreed to the tenets.
Park in front of his house? Great idea---accelerate a tenuous situation by being as much of a jackass as the inconsiderate SOB? A foolish remedy, the like of which often result in violent events.
The bottom line--again--if one doesn't want to adhere to an agreement, do not agree. Simple?
Then call the police(non emergency) if it is a city ordinance issue. I had an issue with some neighbors and when the police showed up it was all resolved. Also it sounds like you might have a zoning issue next door if there is more than one family living in the house.I was curious, so I looked it up. I am sure there are other ordinances pertaining to parking in my city. An inconsiderate person, is an inconsiderate person.
"It shall be unlawful for any person or any owner to knowingly leave standing in any public street, alley or other public place in the city any vehicle for a longer continuous period of time than 24 hours."
i believe speckled-catcher is correct. if it's a public street, your hoa cannot set guidelines for parking in it. i went through this once about 15 years ago.No, he cannot park a 3-ton truck wherever he wants. He agreed to the tenets.
True....i believe speckled-catcher is correct. if it's a public street, your hoa cannot set guidelines for parking in it. i went through this once about 15 years ago.
and even though you are technically not supposed to leave a vehicle in the street for more than 24 continuous hours, the cops will not come out and sticker it as an "abandoned vehicle" unless it has sat idle for days, or even weeks.