RV Parking on Our Streets
Several directors have been notified about RVs parked on the streets in Desert Hills 3 East.  This is a reminder to all residents that the CCRs do not permit RVs being parked on the streets. Parking RVs impedes emergency vehicle access as well as blocking the street for other vehicles.  
 
First, RVs must be parked in a driveway, garage, carport or in guest parking.  If an RV does not fit in these spaces it will have to be parked outside of Desert Hills 3 East.

Second, RVs can remain parked in Desert Hills 3 East for only 72 hours, 3 days, at one time.  Over the course of a month, RVs can be parked for a total monthly time of 144 hours or 6 days.  
Third, while parked in guest parking in Desert Hills 3 East living in the RV is not permitted.
 
CC&R citation:
7.15.2  Recreational Vehicles
 
A. Parking or storing of a Recreational Vehicle is prohibited on all portions of the Properties, except within the confines of either a standard-sized carport or a standard-sized garage. 

B. Notwithstanding the above, temporary parking of Recreational Vehicles in the driveway of a Lot (if space permits) or in any designated common parking areas within Green Valley Desert Hills No. 3, is permitted for the purpose of loading or unloading, or for providing parking for guests.  Such temporary parking is restricted to a period of not more than 72 hours in any seven-day period, and not more than 144 hours in any 30-day period, or as otherwise set forth in the Rules.

C. The use and/or occupancy of a vehicle or Recreational Vehicle as living quarters on either a temporary or permanent basis are strictly prohibited on any portion of the Properties.

D.  For purposes of this Section, the term “Recreational Vehicle” shall include motor homes, vans, campers, trailers, boats and similar vehicles.  “Recreational Vehicle” shall not include:  (A) pick-up trucks with no more than a 3/4 ton capacity with camper shells attached that are no more than sev-en feet in height as measured from ground level, or (B) mini motor homes that are no more than seven feet in height and no more than eighteen feet in length, so long as said pick-up or mini-motor home is used on a regular and recurring basis for regular transportation and is parked in accordance with the provisions of this Section 7.15 applicable to vehicles in general.
 
7.15.6. Short-Term Parking.  None of these restrictions are intended to inhibit temporary Common Area or driveway parking for the short-term convenience of all residents.

CLICK HERE  to view a full copy of the current CCRs.
CLICK HERE to download a copy of this notice.

Thank you for your attention to this practice.   If you have any questions please contact any of the Board Directors.  
 
DH3 Board
March 29, 2019