The following Rules and Regulations are provided for the control of use of the premises at Cedar Glen RV Park to the end that residents may enjoy a pleasant community atmosphere and to establish the rights and responsibilities of Tenant and the Management.  These Rules and Regulations shall apply to all residents of Cedar Glen RV Park, their families and invitees.

 

1.  NEW GUESTS:

  • All units over ten years may be expected by management prior to check-in to assure the unit is in good condition. Units over fifteen years are not allowed in the park.  No exceptions.
  • Cedar Glen reserves the right to refuse service to any RV that does not meet the parks standards.


2.  RESERVATIONS:

  • A space deposit is required in advance to reserve a site. 
  • Refunds for cancellations/changes will be issued with at least 7 days notice in advance of scheduled date of arrival, less a $10.00 handling fee.  No Refunds within less than 7 days of scheduled date of arrival.  No Refunds for early departure under any circumstances.


3.  RENT & UTILITIES:

  • The office is open Monday through Friday 8 am to 4 pm.  Please conduct business during office hours.
  • All rents and fees for other park services are payable in advance, based on daily, weekly, or monthly rates.
  • Delinquent payment shall be any rental not paid on or before the anniversary date of check-in.  Anniversary date is assigned on date of collection of first payment.  A penalty of $20 will be assessed if rent is not received by 11 a.m., 2 days following assigned anniversary date.  A penalty of $5 per day thereafter shall be assessed against all tenants paying late.
  • Please issue all checks or money orders to Cedar-Glen Mobile Home Park and pay directly to managers.  If making a payment after hours, please use our Payment Drop Box located in front of our office. 
  • All checks for payments of funds owed to Park shall only be accepted if such checks are from the personal account of tenant.  Park shall not accept any check from any party on guest’s behalf, nor shall Park accept a business check from a guest, even if such business is exclusively owned by the guest.  Any such check tendered to Park shall be returned.  Guest shall then be required to make replacement payment either with a certified check or with a personal check.  Park shall consider the date of receipt of such replacement payment to be the date of payment and shall impose any such late fee as is appropriate.
  • Guests staying longer than 30 days during Off Season must set up their own electric account with Puget Sound Energy (1-888-225-5773).   Note:  Guest’s failure to set up an electric account with PSE within their first month (30 days) of stay will result in their rate being converted to daily/weekly rates, unless a credit card is kept on file with management.
  • Management shall not be responsible for interruption of any utility service.  Utilities may be disconnected temporarily from time to time for repair, alterations or additions to any utility system.  No one shall impede or obstruct access to any manhole, utility line or meter.
  • There is a $30.00 NSF fee on all returned checks.  All NSF fees must be paid within 5 days, or a $5 penalty per day will be assessed in addition to the original NSF charges.


4.  UNIT SET-UP AND MAINTENANCE:

  • RV’s must be parked in accordance to the park manager’s instructions.  The guest is responsible for proper connections for sewer, power and water.  If assistance is needed, please contact management.
  • Sewer connections – Use of a sidewinder or equivalent product is mandated.  Sewer hose must never lie directly on the ground, for proper drainage.
  • No unsightly storage will be allowed on the lot and no rubbish will be allowed to accumulate.  No tarps, tents or screen rooms allowed.
  • The park must be kept clean and neat in appearance at all times.
  • Garbage service is provided at no extra cost.  Guests must use specific trash receptacle(s).  Please bag your trash for easier pick-up.  Put trash inside container(s).  KEEP AREA CLEAN!!!
  • Management does have the right to insist guest maintains the exterior of their RV’s in a presentable and otherwise proper condition.
  • Pursuant to RCW 59.20.130(7), Management shall have the right to enter any lot within the community at any reasonable time for maintenance of utilities and to insure compliance with applicable codes, statues, ordinances, administrative rules, and the rental agreement and rules of the community.


5.  STORAGE UNITS:

  • Storage sheds are permitted when prior written permission is granted.
  • Cedar Glen does provide storage sheds on select lots.  Anyone paying monies to rent a park owned shed agrees to obtain written permission prior to any modifications.  (i.e. shelving, electrical, etc.)
  • It is agreed that all storage units shall be used for the purpose of storage only.


6.  COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES AND TENANT RELATIONS:

  • The community maintains quiet hours from 10:00 p.m. through 8:00 a.m. during which time radios and other devices are to operated at low volume so as not to disturb neighbors
  • Disorderly conduct, abusive language or activities which unreasonably disturb or interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of any part the community, or which violates any government statute, ordinance, regulation or rule shall not be permitted.  Federal, state, local laws and regulations shall be adhered to by tenants and guests.
  • There shall be no trespassing on other lots.  All guests shall be held responsible for any damage caused by themselves or their guests
  • No loud parties or other excessive noises allowed.
  • Fireworks are not allowed on the premises
  • No outdoor fires on lots except barbecues.


7.   BUSINESSES:

  • Public access, businesses, commercial enterprises, day care services or door-to-door solicitation shall not be permitted within the community.


8.   CHILDREN:

  • Children must stay on their own lot, or designated play area.  They must be kept under control at all times.  Parental supervision is required at all times.
  • The same ruling applies to visiting children.  It is the guest’s responsibility to inform visitors.
  • No swing sets or playground equipment of any kind allowed.


9.  VISITORS:

  • All guests and visitors are required to comply with the rules and regulations of the Park.  Guests shall so advise their visitors and shall provide to such visitors a copy of the rules and regulations.
  • GUEST: “Guests” of authorized residents or occupants may visit at any time.  Guests who stay overnight on park property in excess of forty-eight (48) continuous or cumulative hours must register themselves and their vehicle with management PRIOR to any extended stay as a condition of continued occupancy (overnight) on park property.  Any guest who fails to register with management shall be considered an unauthorized trespasser.  Guests who remain on park property overnight for fifteen (15) consecutive or cumulative days must submit application for residency and be approved for residency as a condition for continued occupancy.  Any guest who remains on park property in excess of fifteen days without receiving approval for residency shall be considered an unauthorized trespasser.
  • LIVE-IN CARE PROVIDER:  If a person moves onto park property as a live-in care provider, such person must firstly contact management PRIOR to residing with a park resident and provide to management proof that such person is a care provider in strict accordance with the definition of “live in care provider” set forth in RCW 59.20.145.  If management is satisfied that such person meets the requirements of RCW 59.20.145, such person shall be allowed to reside with the applicable resident provided that such person is in residency to provide the services defined by the resident’s physician.  The “live in care provider” shall not be considered a resident but must comply with the rules and regulations of the park.  If the applicable resident dies or no longer needs the services of the care provider, such care provider must forthwith vacate park property.  Management may also, at its sole election, determine that the care provider is deleterious to the welfare of the applicable resident and challenge the right of the care provider to remain in occupancy with the resident, by contacting the resident’s physician, social services or any other agency or relative responsible for the welfare of the applicable resident.
  • ACCOMMODATION:  If a person moves onto park property for the purpose of providing “accommodation” to a resident, such person must firstly contact management PRIOR to residing with a park resident.  Management reserves the right to be shown proof that such accommodation is required including, but not limited to, a statement by the park resident of need for accommodation and reason that such person can accommodate the resident’s need(s).  Management may, in its sole election, determine whether such person is actually providing accommodation to the applicable resident and challenge the right of such person to remain in the occupancy with the resident by contacting the resident’s physician, social services or any other agency or relative responsible for welfare of the applicable resident.
  • HOUSESITTING PROHIBITED.


10.  PET CONTROL:

  • No animals allowed to run loose in the park area at any time.  All pets to be kept under control at all times, either indoors or on a leash.  No barking.  Pets must not be leashed outdoors if you are to be away from your home.  No outside pens, cages or fences allowed
  • Pets must be aired on their own lot, designated pet area or off park property.  Dog owners must keep their lot free of droppings and odors.  If animal causes damage to lot, guest will be billed accordingly.
  • No “vicious” animals allowed in the park.  Noisy or unruly pets, or those causing complaints, will not be allowed to remain in the park.
  • Two dogs allowed per unit. No dogs allowed in sites 1A through 8A.
  • All pets must be registered with management, or Animal Control will be contacted. 
  • Any animal staying in park for a term longer than 24 hours must be registered and approved by office.  This includes temporary animal sitting situations for friends or family.  We must be advised every time an animal visits our park.


11.  VEHICLE CONTROL:

  • Speed limit is 10 miles per hour.  Please observe to protect the children and pets.  Please caution your guests.
  • Parking is allowed in designated parking area only.  Parking on the grass, beside or behind unit is not permitted. Do not block driveways.
  • Only operative conventional automobiles are allowed.  Motorcycles or minibikes are allowed only for transportation to and from the community.  Joy riding through the community is prohibited.
  • No mechanical overhauling or oil changing permitted on the lot.  No exceptions.
  • Not more than two vehicles per space.  No car parts or wrecked cars permitted on premises.  All vehicles must be registered with Management with current licensing tabs.  Vehicles not registered after notice, may be towed at owner’s expense.
  • No recreational vehicles allowed to be stored on space. This includes boats, ATVs, etc.
  • Vehicles not moved after notice by management will be subject to towing at vehicle owner’s risk and expense.  If you are expecting numerous guests, please notify park management and additional parking will be arranged for you.


12.  WINTERIZING:

  •  All above ground piping must be protected from freezing with adequate heat tape and wrapped with insulation.  Winterization should be completed no later than November 1st.


13.  RECREATIONAL HALL/PARK FACILITIES:

  • A laundry room is provided for guest’s convenience.  Rules in regard to use are posted there.  Clothes drying lines on individual lots
  • are not permitted.  No pets of any kind are allowed in the building
  • Children must be under parental supervision while laundering facilities are in use.  They must not be allowed to run loose outside.     
  • There is a recreational hall for use.  Activity dates and times are listed in our office.  Anyone wanting to reserve the recreational hall
  • for private use must make reservations with office and pre-pay a usage fee, plus damage deposit
  • Bathhouse; for security purposes we ask all users of our bathhouse facility to accompany anyone under the age of 18 years.
  • There is NO SMOKING in any of our facilities!
  • The clubhouse, laundry, restroom and equipment furnished on these grounds are solely for the convenience of the guests.  All persons using the same do so at their own risk.  Cedar Glen Mobile Home Park will not be held responsible for accidents, injuries, or loss of any property by fire, wind, floods, or any act which is beyond its control.


14.  EVICTIONS:

  • This property is PRIVATELY OWNED land.  The right to “evict without notice” any objectionable person or persons who cause a disturbance or become a nuisance is reserved.  The management is sole judge of such conditions and the need for such action. 


15.  ATTORNEYS FEES:

  • In the event Park is required to expend attorneys’ fees or costs to enforce the rules and regulations of Park, Park may, at its election, charge same to the violating resident.  In the event Park does assess such attorneys’ fees and/or costs to the violating resident, such fees and costs shall be considered “additional rent” and shall be collected in the same means and manner as rent.


16.  MAIL SERVICE:

  • Guest is responsible for forwarding all mail upon move-out.  The Post Office cannot forward your mail!  We will forward mail for up to 30 days if a forwarding address is provided.  We are not responsible for lost or stolen mail.


17.   AMENDMENTS:

  •   As permitted under the Mobile Home Landlord Tenant Act, Management shall have the right to amend these rules provided adequate notice is given.


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