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.
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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