Dogs are not to relieve themselves in the common areas, (i.e., concrete or wooden walkways or concrete planters). Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pet and for any damage caused by their pet or by the pets of their tenant, guests, tenant’s guest, etc. The City of Tacoma’s ordinance regarding cleaning up after […]
First, contact the owner to see if they are aware that the dog barks when left alone, or that its barking is annoying to you. If nothing is resolved, contact the HOA Board.
Soiled pet litter must be securely bagged in a plastic bag and carried directly to the dumpster. Kitty litter is to be bagged and place next to the trash roll up door on the first level of the garage.
The Board may at any time require the removal of any animal, or cause such animal to be removed at the expense of the owner of the animal, including reasonable attorney’s fees, when, in the Board’s determination, the animal is disturbing other owners unreasonably or poses an unreasonable risk of harm to the other residents. […]
No animals, which term includes birds, fish, livestock, domestic animals or poultry, rodents, reptiles or exotic animals of any kind, shall be raised, or kept in any unit or in the common areas or limited common areas, whether as pets or otherwise, except dogs and cats, subject to all governmental laws, ordinances, rules and regulations.
As provided in the Declaration, no owner may keep more than two dogs, two cats, or one dog and one cat in a unit.
The following dogs have been determined to be dangerous breeds and will not be permitted in the Condominium: Pit bulls, Doberman pinschers, Presa Canarios, and Rottweilers, or any mix with 50% of these breeds.
Pets shall not be allowed in any common area unless on a leash and under the control of the owner and being walked to and from the unit. Common areas are not for exercising animals.
Any grassy area along the public Esplanade waterway