Just curious as to other HOA covenants around the country. I'm on our HOA board of 32 homes and our covenants state no storage of trailers/RVs. However, there is no time-frame stipulated in the current covenants.
Just to give you the local setting, we are 20 miles southeast of Denver in a rural farmland setting. Each lot is 5 acres with very few trees (open rolling hills).
We have debated setting a 72 hr window for cleaning/maintenance/etc but can't seem to reach a consensus. Several houses have invested in barns and we've even discussed allowing campers between Memorial Day & Labor Day.
With no time limit currently set, if someone is paying for storage, it's difficult to enforce the covenant if they have an RV in the driveway for a couple of weeks.
Just curious as to other HOA regulations that people operate under. As our neighborhood experiences turnover in houses, I'm seeing more of a snob mentality (someone complains after 3 days) which does not fit our rural setting and is the reason we moved from the burbs out to the prairie.
Having a camper ourselves, as long as the area around it is maintained (mowed), I don't have an issue with them being parked beside the house.
I welcome any feedback.