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The Majorca Condominiums Rules and Regulations Update to take effect October 10, 2018 The purpose of the Rules and Regulations is to address frequently asked questions and to clarify topics that are addressed in the Articles of Incorporation, Declarations and Bylaws. This document also focuses on important covenants and enforcement of the rules and regulations in the building. The laws of the city and county of Denver, State of Colorado and Federal Government shall be followed within the association and enforced by the association. This includes, but not limited to smoking in the common areas of the building. Hallways, pool room, party room, elevator, stairwells, etc. Please take a moment to read over this material and keep it handy for future reference. Updates to this document will be distributed periodically. Your understanding and adherence to these guidelines will help to maintain, preserve, enhance and protect the property values and assets of the community. The Majorca Condominiums is governed by a Board of Directors, which is elected by the homeowners at the Annual Meeting of Association Members. Day to day operational management is contracted with Capitol Hill HOA Management Co. If you have any questions or concerns about the covenants, rules, and regulations, please feel free to call or write Capitol Hill HOA Management at: 400 S Colorado Blvd Ste 360 Denver CO 80246 303-320-1660 [email protected] Chillhoamng.com
Quiet Time General: Courtesy quiet shall be maintained between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. Televisions, stereos, radios, laundry and party noises shall be kept to a minimum during these hours, and all noises shall be kept to reasonable limits during the other hours of the day. Since noise carries from the Common Elements (lobbies, stairwells, parking lot and grounds), we expect that you will move about quietly within the building. At no time shall noise from any unit or Common Element interfere with the comfort of persons living in another unit. Construction: Hours of work are 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays. No construction is to be done on Sundays, Thanksgiving or Christmas. Laundry: Washers and dryers are to be used between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.
Pool The use of the pool is a revocable privilege providing the rules and regulations governing its use are followed. ALL PERSONS SWIM AT THEIR OWN RISK. 1) Pool hours: 7: a.m. to 10 p.m. 2) Proper attire must be worn at all times. Proper attire is defined as including, but not limited to, the following: a. No cutoff shorts or tee shirts b. No thongs, topless, or see through swim wear c. No swimwear that is inappropriate or offensive to the other residents of the building. 3) No glass items: Bottles, plates, bowls, cups, etc. are allowed at the pool at any time
4) The pool is for the use of condominium owners and renters and their accompanied guests. Persons under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. 5) No rough play, skateboarding, roller skating, alcohol, smoking, pets or bicycles will be allowed in the pool area.
Sauna The sauna hours are from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Users must comply with posted directions. Appropriate clothing must be worn at all times. Mechanical problems should be reported to management.
Rooftop deck The roof top quiet hours are from 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. Owners are responsible for themselves, renter’s and renter’s guests use of the deck. Common Courtesy dictates quiet conversations and that music equipment is kept to a moderate sound level. The overall use of the deck should be contained to moderate sound levels. No rough play, thrown items, skateboarding, roller skating, alcohol, smoking, glass items, pets, overnight sleeping, bbq grills, unaccompanied minors, or bicycles will be allowed in the pool area. Plastic bottles, snack wrappers deck furniture, etc. must be removed from the deck after each visit and or disposed in the trash container on the deck. If you bring items out to the deck, please remove them when you leave. Persons in non-compliance with these rooftop deck rules will be assessed a $100.00 fine. Recommended capacity: 35 persons.
Laundry Washers and dryers are provided as a convenience for residents only and are for use between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. only. Clothes should not be left in the machines after the cycle is complete, as this prevents the use of the machines by other residents. No dyeing is allowed in the machines. Please clean the lint trap after every use and leave the laundry room clean. For maintenance issues, please contact the laundry management company. The information is located in the laundry room.
Parking Space Parking spaces in the garage, on the north, east and south sides of the building are specifically assigned by ownership, tenancy of private arrangement. No items may be stored in the parking space other than your car. This is in compliance with Denver Fire Code. All vehicles must have current registration, register with the building management and maintain their vehicle in proper working order. Owners or residents may use only their assigned space unless other arrangements have been made and building manager is so informed. Residents are empowered to have vehicles towed that are parked in violation of the parking space assignment. No work shall be done on a vehicle in the parking lot that would render it inoperable. Trailers, boats, campers, commercial vehicles, recreational vehicles, etc. are not to be stored in parking spaces. The user of each parking space must maintain a clean space clear of trash and dirt, at all times. If any person fails to perform these services, they shall receive a notice and have five (5) days to clean and clear out the space.
The user must park in the middle of their space, and pull up into the space to allow for easier maneuvering for others in and out of the parking lot. The Loading Zone in front of the building is for short-term parking. Vehicles parked more than two hours can be towed by contacting the City of Denver at 311.
Pets These Rules allow for one dog only per unit, two cats or one dog and one cat. No pets weighing more than 50 pounds will be permitted. Fish and birds are permitted, however, reptiles are not permitted. Any solid waste deposited on any of the interior or exterior Common Elements by a pet must be removed immediately and the area cleaned appropriately by the person responsible for the pet. All pets shall be restrained from constant barking or making loud noises at all times. All pets must be leashed in the Common Elements. Feeding of wild life, pigeons, squirrels, etc is not permitted. Pet owners must comply with the City and County of Denver’s Animal Control ordinances.
Trash Trash receptacles are located at the east end of the building. All garbage shall be placed in sealed plastic bags and disposed. No boxes, construction materials, or other large items are to be put in the dumpsters. Large trash items, such as furniture, mattresses, and appliances, are not allowed in or around the trash bin area. Large boxes must be crushed. Disposal of such items are the responsibility of the unit owner/tenant. Charges for removal made to the HOA will be forwarded to the homeowner. Littering is not permitted. No items, including cigarette butts, shall be thrown or emptied by any resident or his family, friends or invitee on the property or other Common Elements of the building. Please recycle appropriately.
Secure Building The Capitol Hill neighborhood can be a target for criminals. Please do what you can to prevent crime in our building by doing the following things: (1) Please make sure the lobby and back doors close when you come and go. (2) Do not allow strangers from the lobby into the building. Let them call the person they are visiting. (3) Lock your windows, especially on the ground floor. No entrance doors are to be propped open at any time. This violation will result in an immediate $100.00 fine to the condominium owner.
Emergency Keys All owner keys will be kept in a lock box in the storage closet in case of an emergency. The keys are not for purposes of convenience. If an owner refuses to supply keys to a unit and an emergency arises which requires immediate entry, any damages caused by the forced entry will be the responsibility of the owner to repair at their expense.
Newspapers and Mail Let’s treat our front lobby as the entry to our homes. Please do not leave junk mail or unread newspapers in the lobby area. If you want a newspaper, please don’t “borrow” your neighbor’s paper; there are several places in the neighborhood to buy your own. White/Yellow Pages phone books will be thrown out by the cleaning crew on the following three after they arrive; please take a directory before then.
Architectural Covenants and Changes The Board of Directors constitutes the Architectural Control Committee of the Association to ensure architectural harmony with the rest of the complex. Any resident contemplating any visible exterior changes to his or her unit must submit plans in advance to the Board for approval. Such requests should include detailed plans, product information, construction time table, contractor’s name and proof of liability insurance. An example of this would be changes to windows (including political or sports signs of a permanent nature in windows) or porches. No exterior television or radio antennas of any sort will be allowed unless approved in writing by the Board of Directors. In order to install a satellite dish, owners must submit an application for approval to the Board of Directors and the placement of the dish must be approved by the Board. Major renovations to the interior of a unit must have a proper City and County of Denver Building Permit filed. Copies of the approved permit must be submitted to the Board for their review and files. Only one sign shall be permitted on the property for the purpose of advertising a unit for sale. The sign is to read “Condominium for sale. Contact your broker”. Only one sign will be permitted on the property advertising the unit for rent.
Maintenance and Repair of Interior and Exterior Common Elements If maintenance or repair to a Common Element is required as a result of a willful or negligent act of an owner, tenant, family, guest or invitee, the cost of this maintenance or repair will be assessed and added to the owner’s Association fee. Any person who observes a condition within the Common Elements requiring maintenance shall report the condition to the building manager during business hours. Any condition requiring emergency attention should be reported immediately.
Patios/Balconies All terraces shall be kept in neat and orderly repair and used only for the purpose intended. Patios are not to be used as storage units. Patios may not be enclosed by use of any material without prior approval of the Board of Directors.
Barbecue Grills The use of electric powered barbecue cookers, barbecue cookers installed and supplied by the building’s natural gas system and gas grills with a total container capacity of one pound or less of L.P. gas will be permitted on balconies. Two extra one pound L.P. gas containers may be stored on the balcony. This wording is from City and County fire code IFC-308-1. No open flame of any kind is to be allowed on the balconies.
FIRE SAFETY All stairway doors must remain closed at all times. They are there to stop an upward draft in case of a fire. This is in compliance with the fire code. Please make sure you are checking that your home fire alarms are working twice a year. It is required that batteries are replaced once a year and that the proper paperwork stating each units fire alarm is working is returned to the management company within a month’s time from receiving it.
Bicycles The bicycle rack in the pool area is for the use of any resident. Care should be taken not to mark any floors or walls when entering and leaving the building with a bicycle. The association assumes no liability for bicycles left on the
rack. Due to possible overcrowding, one bicycle per resident per unit is allowed on the rack at a time. All bicycles that will be stored on the rack must be registered with the association through the HOA management company. Bicycles are not allowed in the stairways at any time. Bikes may be moved from floor to floor via elevator only. Bicycle tires leave difficult-to-remove rubber scrapes on the paint.
Rental Units All leases are to be for terms no shorter than one year. The Association must be provided a copy of the lease/rental agreement as well as the name, e-mail and telephone number of the tenant within ten business days of possession. (Ref. Declarations, Article X Section 14). Rentals have a no smoking rule. A copy of all Rules and Regulations must be attached to and made part of the rental/lease agreement. Continued infractions of the Rules and Regulations by renters will subject the owner to fines as outlined in the violation policy.
Move-in Fee A move in and or move out must be scheduled in advance with the management company. A deposit of $200.00 must be delivered to the management company prior to the scheduled move date to obtain directions and an elevator key. Upon completion of the move, an inspection of the building’s common area will be conducted and all or part of the deposit will be returned once the key is returned to the management company. Moves are to be scheduled between 7am and 7pm Monday through Saturday. Moves are not permitted on Sundays. Residents are responsible for hanging elevator pads and returning them to the sixth floor closet once the move is complete. Moving boxes, if discarded, must be broken down to fit inside of the recycle carts. Unwanted furniture cannot be placed in the dumpster. The condominium owner may contact the management company for a special trash pick-up which will be charge to the condominium owner.
Construction Prior to the start of a project, owners must provide the management company with the scope and estimated duration of the project and a copy of the contractor’s certificate of applicable insurance, which is typically workman’s compensation and liability and obtain an elevator key. A $200.00 damage deposit must be provided to the management company payable to the Majorca Condominiums for the protection of the building’s common areas. All or part of this deposit will be refunded following completion of the project and an inspection of the common areas. Hours of work are to be between 8am and 6pm Monday through Saturday. No work is to be performed on Sundays, Thanksgiving or Christmas. Construction debris is to be hauled away from the property. No debris is to be placed in the association dumpster or recycle bins or left in the parking areas or garage. The condominium owner may contact the management company for a special trash pick-up which will be charge to the condominium owner.
Enforcement The Rules and Regulations contained herein and those contained in the Covenants will be enforced by the Board of Directors. Complaints from a homeowner, resident, or tenant must be in writing and must clearly indicate the nature of date, time, and location of the violation. The name(s) and or addresses of the violators must also be included. This written complaint must then be mailed, hand carried, or emailed to Capitol Hill Management & Company ([email protected]). The Board of Directors has the right to add, change or delete the Rules and Regulations as necessary. Homeowners and/or tenants will be notified of any changes via a notice posted on the bulletin board and/or a notice mailed to the residents and tenants. Flagrant or consistent violation of any state statute or city ordinance may result in the matter being turned over to local law enforcement authorities by the Board of Directors. Violators of the Rules and Regulations whether tenants or homeowners will be given one warning in writing. If a second complaint is received, opportunity for a hearing with the Board will be offered and a $100.00 fine will be assessed to the owner of the unit and added to the Association Fees. If there should be a third violation, a $200.00 fine will be assessed and added to the Association Fees. Continued flagrant or habitual violators will be subject to legal action and any remedies afforded the Association. The owner shall be considered the penalized party, even though renters, tenants and or invitee of the said parties may have committed the infraction(s). It is recommended that lease arrangements between the owner/tenant incorporate this policy for all fines and assessments. The Board of Directors may suspend any owner’s voting rights in the Association during any period or periods during which such owner or owner’s tenants fails to comply with the Association’s Rules and Regulations.
Reminders The Board recommends that owners and tenants accept responsibility and report any infraction that they may observe to the Board of Directors or Management Company so that appropriate action can be taken to protect you, your property and your investment. We hope that these guidelines will make your life at home at The Majorca Condominiums a pleasant one. We welcome any suggestions, questions, and comments through the Management Office.