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8/3/2014 - Condo Patios - What Is Allowed and What Is Not

Our docs state "No articles other than patio-type furniture shall be placed on the balconies, lanais, patios or other Common Elements."

In addition to patio-type furniture, we do allow plants on the patio if they are in good health and not so big as to dominate the patio.

However, the patios are not to be used for storage. Garbage bags, garbage receptacles, bicycles, toys, coolers, bathing suits, towels, mops, brooms, rugs, dead plants, unsightly furniture, etc. are not to be left on patios.

Above - Patio-type furniture is what is meant to be on the patios.

Above - The patios are not to be used for storage of household items, toys, etc.

Above - And not for bikes or pet cages and paraphernalia either.

Above - And especially not for staging trash to go to the compactor and definitely not for gas or char broilers.

Note: Per our docs, “No fires, cooking devices, grills or other devices which emit smoke or dust shall be allowed or used upon any balcony or terrace. Such cooking devices may only be used in outdoor cooking areas designated by the Association”.

Above - We do allow a plants on the patio if they are in good health, but not potting materials like dirt and fertilizer as seen in this picture.

Above - And not plants that are so big that they dominate the patio.

That said, to ensure the attractiveness of our community, please keep your patio area looking nice and use it for what it was intended - a place to sit and enjoy life in South Florida.


Peter Schulz - Editor - Email CP

 
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