Each Unit Owner is required to maintain current vehicle information with Liberty Commons Condominium Trust for any vehicle associated with their Unit (i.e., family members, occupants, visitors, and guests). It is imperative that this information be kept current for important notifications and communications from the Liberty Commons Condominium Trust or its Managing Agent to Unit Owners, etc., such as moving vehicles for:
- To manage our limited parking situation at Liberty Commons (only 12-13 guest parking spaces)
- To maintain clear, safe, and efficient traffic flow throughout Liberty Commons for residents and emergency personnel
- To enable the Board of Trustees, Managing Agent, and contractors to get a vehicle moved in case of maintenance or project work
- To facilitate safe and efficient snow removal to reduce risks or personal injury or liability
- To notify vehicle owners of any maintenance issues that pose a risk or liability to Common Elements
- To notify vehicle owners of any accident, damage, break-in, etc.
Who Must Register Their Vehicles?
Vehicles for all residents (full-time or part-time), as well as frequent visitors 1 or guests 2 per the Rules and Regulations must be registered with Liberty Commons Condominium Trust. Any Unit Owner who does not register vehicles associated with their Unit, shall be subject to daily fines and the vehicle is subject to immediate removal by towing at the sole expense and liability of the vehicle owner at the sole discretion of Liberty Commons’ Board of Trustees. Please consult the Rules and Regulations for other motor vehicle and parking restrictions that apply.
A “resident vehicle” is a vehicle owned, leased or operated by a full-time legal resident Unit Owner or a full-time legal resident Non-Owner Resident that is properly registered with the Registry of Motor Vehicles with a legal garaging address of either Berrington Road or Gates Crossing in Leominster, Massachusetts. Liberty Commons Condominium Trust may request and require proof of legal registration, at Liberty Commons’ Board of Trustees‘ discretion. Any vehicle improperly registered with Liberty Commons Condominium Trust as a “resident vehicle” that does not have a legal garaging address on the valid original registration and the owner/operator is not a full-time resident of Liberty Commons shall be deemed a visitor, guest or non-resident and subject to all applicable Rules and Regulations and shall invalidate the “resident vehicle” registration with Liberty Commons Condominium Trust.
Visitor, Guest or Non-Resident Vehicle
A “visitor, guest or non-resident vehicle” is any vehicle not a “resident vehicle” as defined above. Visitor, guest or non-resident vehicles are subject to Liberty Commons’ Rules and Regulations and are subject to removal by towing at the vehicle owner’s sole expense and liability without notice. Unit Owners are to ensure full compliance with Liberty Commons’ Rules and Regulations and all applicable laws, regulation and statues.
Liberty Commons Condominium Trust like most every other community association or properties has limited parking available. Each Unit is permitted to park a maximum of two properly registered and inspected vehicles on the property. Those who exceed the maximum are subject to daily fines and/or removal of the vehicle(s) at the vehicle owner’s sole expense and liability, as outlined in the Rules and Regulations. 3
There are 277 parking spaces at Liberty Commons. Three are seasonal parking spaces and cannot be utilized during the winter for parking, as it is intended to be used to dispose of excessive snow and parking for snow removal equipment. There are 132 Units that are permitted to use a maximum of two non-exclusive parking spaces, so 264 parking spaces that are required. That leaves 10 parking spaces for 132 Units, so that’s only one guest parking space for every 10 Units. It is completely irrelevant that some Units normally only have one vehicle parked on the property. Each Unit is allowed to use a maximum of two non-exclusive parking spaces as regulated and restricted in the Rules and Regulations.
Winter Parking Ban
When snow or winter weather accumulations are predicted (up to 24-hours before a storm), when snow or winter accumulation is falling and until the final snow removal cleanup has been completed (up to a minimum of 72-hours after a storm has stopped), no visitor, guest or other non-resident vehicles are permitted on Liberty Commons’ property. Any unregistered or unknown vehicles are subject to immediate removal by towing at the vehicle owner’s sole expense and liability. Unit Owners are responsible for notifying any visitor or guest associated with their Unit and adhering to the Rules and Regulations and Snow Removal Procedures, at all times. Snow removal is a top priority due to liability and safety. Please monitor weather conditions and predictions and plan accordingly. All resident vehicle must be moved in accordance with the Rules and Regulations and Snow Removal Procedures, without exception.
Please complete and submit this form.
Each Unit Owner has a obligation to register all vehicles associated with their Unit, whether a resident, occupant, visitor or guest. If information changes, such as the license plate, a new vehicle, etc., then the form must be resubmitted with new or updated information. The Unit Owner must register visitors and guests vehicles in accordance with the Rules and Regulations.
This information is utilized by Liberty Commons Condominium Trust and its Managing Agent.
1 A visitor is loosely defined as a person who does not reside on the property either full-time or part-time and is visiting the property for less than 8-hours in a single day, and does not visit every day.
2 A guest is loosely defined as a person who does not reside on the property either full-time or part-time and visits the property for more than 8-hours in a single day, or a visit that spans more than one calendar day.
3 Individual Unit Owners do not regulate parking. Liberty Commons’ Board of Trustees in conjunction the Managing Agent manage and regulate parking at Liberty Commons, as outlined in the Rules and Regulations and the Declaration of Trust and Bylaws.