- In accordance with Township policy, snow plowing will commence at
the conclusion of the snow storm.
- The Association’s contractor will pass through the courts so
vehicles can get into and out of the courts as the contract stipulates in
accordance to Township policy.
- Vehicle owners must dig out and remove their vehicles from their
parking spaces after the courts are plowed.
- After the snowfall stops, if the total accumulation exceeds four
(4) inches, and after vehicles are removed from parking spaces, the
Association’s contractor will clear the snow from the empty parking
- If equipment (such as plows and front end loaders/back hoes) and
suitable locations to deposit the snow in are available, then the
Association’s contractor will return one (1) time the day after a snow
fall for a final clearing of the snow.
- If vehicle owners do not promptly remove their vehicles from
parking spaces after a snow fall has ended, or if the vehicle owners do
not remove their vehicles from parking spaces before the Association’s
contractor returns to clear snow the day after a snow fall, then
Association’s contractor will not clear the snow; the vehicle owners will
have to clear the snow from the parking space themselves.
- During and after a snow fall vehicles may not be:
parked in front
parked by or in
front of mailboxes;
parked so as to
block any driveway or court;
parked so as to
block access by a plow or front end loader to a driveway or court;
township streets (the township may fine you or tow your car if you park it on a
Township street during a snowstorm or before the street is plowed for the full
- Do not operate vehicles in the courts before they are plowed and
cleared of snow; packed snow cannot be plowed.
- Do not blow, shovel, throw or push snow onto
or courts after they have been plowed or cleared of snow;
in front of
mailboxes, fire hydrants, signs or entrances;
which have been plowed or cleared of snow;
walkways which have been plowed or cleared of snow;
owner’s sidewalk, front yard or parking space.
- Owners and residents are responsible for clearing the ice and snow
from their own steps, stoops, walkways, decks and patios.
- Owners and residents must clear the ice and snow from the entire
width of their own walkways and sidewalks within 24 hours of snow stopping,
in accordance with township ordinance.
- Do not put any chemical or product down to treat or melt ice and
snow on the parking lots, courts or roadways which may damage the paved
- Do not put any chemical or product down to treat or melt ice or
snow which might kill or harm pets, wildlife or people.
- Do not stop and talk to the snow contractor or ask the snow
contractor to perform any other work or to change the sequence of the
- All questions and requests may only be directed to the Management
Office at 610-363-8413.
- The failure by an Owner or any resident of an Owner’s dwelling to
promptly and fully comply with these Snow Removal Rules may result in
levying of fines against the Owner and the pursuit of any other sanctions
or remedies which may be available to the Association under the
Declaration, these Snow Removal Rules or prevailing law.
These Snow Removal Rules may
be amended, changed, revised, withdrawn or supplemented, in part or in whole,
by the Board at any time.
All amendments, changes,
revisions, withdrawals or supplements to these Snow Removal Rules will be
published to the Owners, and will be binding upon the owners immediately upon
Board of Directors of the
Rhondda Homeowners Association hereby adopts the Snow Removal Rules this 17th
day of June 2013.