Lexington Village was founded in 2001 and is a quiet community of 40 units conveniently located moments away from Logan City’s main shopping areas, restaurants, entertainment and Utah State University’s campus. Units are a spacious 2600 square feet, spread across 3 levels, a basement, main floor and upper floor. Lexington Village is managed and maintained by North HOA. The management committee consists of three members (owners) elected by fellow owners in the community. All units are privately owned.
Only guests can park in the parking lot. All guests must call the number on parking permit sign to request a permit for overnight parking. Vehicles are granted guest parking for a maximum of 14 days a year.
Parking enforcement starts at midnight.
No Parking behind garages in the alley way except as noted below. They are fire lanes.
Service vehicles are allowed lanes during business hours. They need their company logo displayed on vehicle.
While moving in or out you can notify the Booting company so that you can park a moving vehicle behind the garage.
Also notify your neighbors so that they can request that you move if needed.
Overnight parking is available on the street during the summer time. However according to Logan Municipal Code 10.52.170- “No person shall park a vehicle on any street or city owned parking lot between the hours of twelve o’clock (12:00) midnight and six o’clock (6:00) A.M. of any day, beginning November 15 and ending March 15th of each year. (This is to allow for snow removal.)”
In the past Logan city has offered winter parking permits for the street but as of 2016 this is no longer the case.
Why parking is enforced the way it is:
Regardless of what we do there is never enough parking. There are 40 units, each unit has 2 spots in the garage. There are 16 outside guest parking spots total. During the winter 4 spots are lost as a place to put snow.
Our CC&Rs state that: “owners [and by extension tenants] must use the garage for parking and the parking lot is reserved for guests”. So the CC&Rs restrict all parking lot spots to guest parking. Its takes a quorum majority of owners meeting and voting to change this.
We have considered many varied options but have been unable to find any better solution. We have also discussed the current rules with our attorney and the city, and our current rules are the best compromise we have found so far.
The picnic area can be reserved. To reserve contact the management committee.
Directions for installation and mounting of satellite dishes:
If there is an exisiting mount use it, if there is an existing cable use it.
if there is an exisiting hole for a cable use it. Except where that hole is in the
The cables can be ran through the soffit and facia and not down the side of the building so they’re not strung everywhere
Do not mount the dish into the stucco. Mount it on the roof.
Mounting and drilling into the stucco has caused water damage in the past.
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