Rules & Regulations

  • Per the National Fire Code, open flame cooking devices are not allowed on decks.  Electric grills may be used.  20 lb. propane tank must be at least 5 feet from doors and windows when not in use and 10 feet when the grill is operation for ground floor units.  Grills are not allowed under decks and charcoal grills are not allowed anywhere in the complex.
  • No storage of 20 lb. propane tanks in garages. Outside storage must be 5 feet from any door and windows. This applies to full or empty tanks.
  • Snow removal responsibility near cars is the responsibility of the owner.  Slip and fall liability is the responsibility of the owner not the Association.
  • Trailer hitch accessories such as bike racks and cargo carriers that pose a hazard to the residents, owners and visitors are to be minimized. Trip and fall claims will be the owner responsibility not the Association. It is recommended that the vehicle be backed into the parking space.
  • Vehicle oil leaks must be reported to the Association and damage to the asphalt must be mitigated by placing material under the vehicle until repairs can be made. Any cost to repair the asphalt will be billed back to the owner/tenant.
  • Vehicles must have a valid state registration plate on the vehicle.  The Association can have the vehicle towed at the owner’s expense if not displayed.
  • Noise in units must be minimized after 10 pm.  Control of visitors’ actions must be controlled by the owner / tenant. Visitors wandering around the complex late at night is not to be allowed.
  • Disposal of construction debris in the dumpsters at Aspetuck is prohibited.  Paint, sheetrock, countertops, rugs, tile, doors, etc. should not be placed in the dumpsters.  Also chairs, couches, air conditioners, bookcases, dressers, etc. are not to be placed inside or outside the dumpster area.  The cost of removal will be billed back to the unit owner.
  • Semi-annual fireplace/chimney inspections have been changed to annual requirement and receipt of such inspection provided to the Association.
  • Dryer vents must be inspected and cleaned every two years by a licensed professional and receipt provided to the Association.

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