The answers listed below are often the top questions we receive; the reply to the questions is based mainly on factual information and experiences acquired over twenty plus years
of investigating and researching these types of situations. We have made suggestions on what we believe is the correct response and stated such conclusions for the actions in
question. These are not legal opinions, simply easily written answers to questions that are often convoluted and difficult to understand. As in any action where you believe you
have been misinformed. We encourage you to consult with you property/community manager for further guidelines and appeal processes for such actions.
Please contact us if you have any additional questions.
Parking permits are currently the industry standard for regulating community streets and common parking areas, these programs may appear as over regulation and intrusive at first, in contrary, they are an effective compliance tool for associations, communities, and commercial office complexes. The parking management of these areas is crucial for ensuring that authorized residents, tenants and visitors have a place to park within the property they reside or visit, without these types of programs in place, that task is nearly impossible. Many of the property types mentioned above have tried other parking programs that were less intrusive in the past and they have discovered that they simply do not work. The effectiveness of the program is contingent on the parameters set for both the enforcement, and the administration of such programs. We are contracted by associations and communities to administer, issue, track, and collect the fees for these permits as stated in your parking permit program. We would also like to help educate residents on these programs and answer as many questions as we can. Our staff is knowledgeable and our goal is to issue your parking permit as fast as possible once you have been qualified for such issuance.
If your community currently has a parking permit program in effect, and Courtesy Patrol Specialists, Inc. has been hired to maintain this program. Please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our staff members will get back to within 24 hours. The permit office hours are currently Monday thru Friday from 10am to 6pm, all weekend inquires will be answered on the Monday following the original request unless that Monday is a legal holiday.
We look forward to serving you.