Plan Ahead – 2/17/2017

Weather forecasters are currently predicting snow commencing this evening, Saturday, February 17, 2018, with accumulations up to 5-inches. Unit Owners and Non-Owner Residents should plan ahead and accordingly for the predicted weather conditions.

Personal Responsibility

As always, everyone should use good judgement and take reasonable care when navigating Liberty Commons by foot or vehicle, monitoring conditions themselves and wear appropriate footwear for the conditions. If anyone notices any unsafe condition, please notify Liberty Commons’ Managing Agent, so the concern can be assessed and responded to as may be necessary. If there is 2-inches or more of accumulations, then Liberty Commons’ snow removal contractor will clear the accumulations.

Unit Owners and Non-Owner Residents may elect to treat walks and areas around vehicles with calcium chloride ice melt products, to ensure the safety of themselves.

In slippery conditions, people should walk like a penguin to reduce one’s risk of a slip or fall.

Winter Parking Ban

Since winter weather is predicted, all visitor, guest and non-resident vehicles must be removed from Liberty Commons’ property in its entirety, this afternoon, Saturday, February 17, 2018, until the final cleanup has been completed, which could be up to 72-hours after the storm has concluded. Unit Owners and Non-Owner Residents may have to reschedule any plans that involve visitor, guest or non-resident vehicles coming onto Liberty Commons’ property. Please consult the Rules and Regulations and the 2017-2018 Snow Removal Procedures for guidance and obligations.

Register All Vehicles

All vehicles should be registered with Liberty Commons Condominium Trust prior to the winter weather event. If you are a new Unit Owner or Non-Owner Resident please register your vehicle(s) immediately. If you are a neighbor of a new resident, please advise your neighbors to register their vehicle(s) as this is important to ensure that their vehicle(s) is/are not removed from Liberty Commons’ property. Please encourage new residents to opt-in for text message notifications. If you have already registered your vehicle(s) there is no need to reregister your vehicle(s). If you have a loaner or rental vehicle, it should be registered with Liberty Commons Condominium Trust prior to the winter weather event.


Residents may opt-in for text message notifications. Group text message notifications are sent, as necessary, as a courtesy to assist in efficient snow and other winter accumulation removal from Liberty Commons’ property. Please allow 12-24 hours for the registration to be processed and enabled.

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