Talltree South owners and residents are entitled to free parking.  All Talltree South resident vehicles must be registered with the management office by completing a parking registration form. Permits are not issued to any unit not in good standing with the Association or not current in the payment of assessments.
  • One-bedroom units are allowed up to 2 parking permits and one visitor parking permits.
  • Two-bedroom and three-bedroom units are allowed up to 3 parking permits and one visitor parking permits.

If parking permits or visitor parking permits are lost or stolen, replacement permits are available for $100. Lost or stolen permits are reported to the towing company and made invalid. Vehicles displaying invalid permits are subject to towing.

Vehicles parked at Talltree South must be able to operate under their own power, display current and valid license plates and state stickers, and be registered and legal for operation in Virginia.

Only vehicles displaying handicapped license plates or other legal identification may park in spaces designed for handicapped parking.

Parking is prohibited in fire lanes, lawns, or other unpaved areas, walkways, in front of dumpsters, and wherever "No Parking" signs are posted or curbs and/or pavement is painted yellow.

Vehicles parked in prohibited areas are subject to towing 24 hours a day, without warning, at the vehicle owner's expense. Vehicles parked in violation of these rules will be towed without warning.

Changing or disposing of motor oil or fluids is prohibited. Extraordinary repairs or maintenance of vehicles on Association property is prohibited. Vehicles may not be parked in a manner which impedes access to any adjacent parking space.

Unapproved vehicles may not be parked at Talltree South overnight, that is, between 9 PM and 7 AM. Unapproved vehicles include:

  • Any vehicle which exceed 18 feet in length, 8 feet in height, or 2 ½ tons gross weight.
  • Any boat, trailer, motor home, or recreational vehicle
  • Any commercial vehicle, bearing any commercial advertising signs, writing or initials, or any vehicle used or obviously intended for use as a work vehicle, as evidence by open carriage of pipes, lumber, ladders, tools or other equipment or materials. Vehicles with ladder racks and non-passenger vans that lack rear windows are regarded as commercial vehicles, regardless of whether ladders or other cargo is being carried.

Things You Should Know

Governing Documents

The Virginia Condominium Act, as amended, gives the Association its legal status and gives the Association authority to levy and collect assessments.  The Declaration and the Bylaws authorize and describe how the Association is to be governed.

The Bylaws are the legal document that governs how the TallTree South Condominium Association operates. This large document is part of the resale packet provided to purchasers. For example, it sets out the officers of the Board of Directors and their terms of office. Amending the Bylaws requires a vote of 2/3 of the unit owners.

The Board Resolutions result in the Rules and Regulations for the policies and procedures to be followed by the Board, the Association management staff, and the Talltree South owners and residents. These rules apply to both unit owners and tenants, and have been provided in on this website and in the Owners and Tenants Handbook. Landlords must make sure that tenants review and agree to abide by all these rules as part of their lease agreement. Talltree South unit owners and tenants must receive and review the governing documents when they purchase or rent at Talltree.

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