• chevron_rightCan I leave my vehicle temporarily parked in the FIRE LANE (red curb) while unloading or loading my vehicle?
    NO. Parking in a Fire Lane is not only against our rules – it is AGAINST THE LAW. Violators will be towed. The roadways and parking areas in Casablanca are very narrow, often allowing only one vehicle. Should any emergency occur while you are out of your vehicle and parked in a Fire Lane, the fire trucks and emergency vehicles may not be able to get through the area – endangering lives and property. Your immediate convenience is simply not worth someone else’s life.
  • chevron_rightCan I park a trailer or big truck in my parking spaces?
    NO. Utility trailers, trucks over 3/4 tons, 1 ton dual wheeled pickups, large vans, moving vans, and trailered boats and boats are not permitted. They are too large for any carport space or open parking space and would interfere with the cars parked on either side.
  • chevron_rightCan I use a Guest Parking space for my car if I live here?
    NO. Guest parking is exactly that – for guests only. Each unit has 2 deeded parking spaces in which to store the resident’s vehicles. City code requires that a certain number of spaces within the development be reserved for guests. This allows our residents to actually provide parking spaces for guests when they visit. If Casablanca residents use these spaces, there is no place for the guests to park.
  • chevron_rightHow can I locate an additional parking space to rent?
    The process is rather informal and up to you. The association does NOT rent spaces. Individual owners can rent them. You have a few options open to you on connecting with an owner: choose one or all . . .
    * Post a notice on our website, using the Classified Ads feature.
    * Contact your neighbors and see if they are not using a space and are willing to rent.
    * Post a notice on the clubhouse bulletin board (not a lot of traffic or response)
  • chevron_rightWhat am I supposed to do with my third vehicle?
    If there are more than 2 cars for the residents of your unit, you have two choices for parking the third vehicle ….
    * Park it outside the complex (on the street)
    * Rent an unused parking space from another owner
    You do NOT have the right to park in Guest Parking. Guest parking spaces belong to the association and violators will be towed.
  • chevron_rightWhat can I do if someone parks in one of my parking spaces?
    The violating car can be towed. Only the owner or resident of the unit can have the violator car towed. You will need to show proof of residency when the tow truck arrives.
    Please call Western Towing at 619-297-8697 or 858-273-8542 to have a vehicle towed.
  • chevron_rightWhere can my guests park when they visit me?
    We have a limited number of guest parking spaces located on the back driveway. If all the guest parking is full, your guests will have to park on the street. If they park in numbered spaces other than guest parking, they can and will be towed at the car owner’s expense.
    If your guests are visiting for more than a day, they need a guest parking permit, which is attainable from either the Property Patrol or the office. Please arrange for a parking permit before the weekend.
  • chevron_rightWho is responsible for cleaning the parking lots and roadways?
    The association has a street sweeping contractor that sweeps all the asphalt surfaces.
  • chevron_rightWho is supposed to clean up the oil in the parking areas?
    Since the parking spaces are actually deeded to the owners (except Guest parking), the owner or tenant is responsible for cleaning up any oil in the parking space. Oil in guest parking spaces is cleaned up by the Association.
  • chevron_rightWhat Can I Recycle in the Blue Dumpsters?
    Here is a complete list of what we can recycle in Casablanca's Blue Bins:

    - Mixed Paper, Junk Mail, Magazines, Envelopes
    - Phone Books, Cereal Boxes, Cardboard (please 'break down' boxes)
    - Soda Bottles, Water Bottles, Milk Jugs, Plastic Bottles
    - Steel & Tin Cans, empty Aerosol Cans, Aluminum Cans
    - Clean and Dry Paint Cans
    - Milk and Juice Cartons, 'Blister-Pack' packaging
    - Gift Wrap
    - Glass Bottles and Jars
  • chevron_rightWhat happens if I violate one of the rules?
    Please refer to the "Documents and Forms" page on this website.  The section on Rules violations can be found here.
  • chevron_rightWhat if I did not know about the rule will I still receive a fine?
    It is your responsibility as a resident to know, understand and abide by our rules. It is also your responsibility to educate your children and your guests and ensure that they do not violate the association rules. It is the actual owner who has the financial responsibility of paying any fines that are incurred. But, most non-resident owners simply pass this burden onto the tenant who violated the rule(s).
  • chevron_rightWhere can I get a copy of the Rules Book?
    The Rules are available online here: Rules.
  • chevron_rightWho do I contact to report a rules violation?
    You have more than one method of reporting violations. You can ….
    * Call the management office during normal working hours (484-8220), and make a verbal report.
    * Use the Casablanca web site - select CONTACT US (for an email report.)  Include details such as date, time, and violator's address.
  • chevron_rightWho establishes the Association's rules?
    The Board of Directors establishes the rules.  The framework for the rules are set by municipal, state and county codes, which form the base of the CC&R's.  The current rulebook was developed in 2000 through a commitee of the board members and 20 owners, with input from the other owners.  However, rules can be changed by the Board without a majority vote of the homeowners.