Adams Stirling PLC


QUESTION: Can a condo association charge visitors to park on the common area? We only have 26 guest parking spots. Yet, we turn about 125 visitors a day and have daily arguments about parking availability.

ANSWER: The association manages guest parking for the benefit of the membership. If the demand is greater than the supply of spaces, charging for parking will help reduce demand to a manageable level and provide income to the association. It is no different than cities installing parking meters. So, yes, you can charge for guest parking. Implementation may be a problem, however.

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