Parking is a challengee in a densely populated area like ours. Our objective is to maximize the convenience of using a vehicle in our community. This document outlines a system that we have evolved to best serve our residents, owners, and visitors. One of our tenets is to use towing enforcement as a last resort. The objective is that no vehicles are towed. Through implementation of this system, we have reduced the number of vehicles towed each year from triple digits to single digits. We welcome your input to help us continue to improve this system.

Non-owner vehicles can only be parked in designated spaces (Numbered or Visitor) if they display one of two permits (Resident Decal or Visitor Hangtag). The license tags of owner vehicles are recorded on a “Do Not Tow” list (Registered Owner) allowing these vehicles to be parked in any visitor spot or numbered spot for the unit(s) they own.

  Resident Decal Registered Owner Visitor Hangtag
Numbered Space Only in a space assigned to the resident, their guest or the registered owner
Visitor Space NO PARKING 4 hour maximum; 24 hour waiting period
Resident must be present with their visitor
No commuters
Moving a vehicle does not reset time
permit conditions maximum of three residents per unit one vehicle at a time but can register all vehicles one per unit
associated with a specific vehicle and tag number associated with a unit
no identifying information N/A unit number on hangtag

Each Numbered space is assigned to a specific unit. Fees are subject to change.

A Resident Decal must be attached in the lower corner (driver’s side) of the rear window. This decal is available through on-line registration (Death Valley Towing) beginning in August and is valid through August 31 of the following year. A maximum of three resident decals can be registered for each unit. There is a nominal annual fee for the decal and continuous improvement of the parking system.

A Visitor Hangtag must be attached to the rear view mirror and clearly visible from both the front and rear windows of the vehicle. No resident may park in a visitor space with or without a decal or a visitor hang tag. These spaces are for non residents only.

The Visitor Hangtag can be purchased for $30 ($20 for the annual permit, $10 deposit). The $10 deposit will be refunded upon return of the tag. Renewal of the same tag will be $20 each year for the term August 1 through July 31. A lost hangtag can be replaced for a $25 fee and will be identified as a replacement.  The previously issued hangtag is invalid and use of it is subject to a $250 fine and a towed vehicle. Submit requests for a visitor hangtag to

More than one vehicle can be parked in a space with a red line at the back as long as no part of the rear vehicle extends beyond the red line.

Motorized Bikes may only be parked in front of your vehicle in a Numbered space. They must display a Resident Decal. Alternate parking must be approved in advance. Send request for approval to

All vehicles parked in areas not designated above are subject to towing. This includes designated fire lanes.

An owner or resident may request a vehicle parked in their assigned Numbered space to be towed.

No parking or driving in landscaped areas. Violators are fined $100 plus the cost of any damage.

Each unit is assigned two Numbered spaces. Additional Numbered Parking Spaces are leased to residents for a fee subject to the following conditions:

Last updated: August 10, 2021