1. All vehicles must have a valid Port Property parking permit displayed in the vehicle at all times. The permit must be hung from the rear-view mirror so that it is easily visible from outside of the vehicle looking through the front windshield. The Port Property logo must be facing outward.
    1. Tenants that reside at Burnham Street and Hoyt Street can park any vehicle that they so choose in their assigned spot(s) as long as the parking permit is properly displayed in the vehicle.
    2. Tenants that reside at Mill Company Gardens can park any vehicle that they so choose in any spot in Lot 1 through Lot 11 (unless otherwise specified by management) as long as the parking permit is properly displayed in said vehicle. There is no assigned parking at Mill Company Gardens. All parking at Mill Company Gardens is on a first come first serve basis. Any vehicle without a parking permit or without an easily visible permit will be towed at the vehicle owner’s expense.
  2. All vehicles must have valid registration and be operational at all times. If your vehicle is not operational you will have one week to make the necessary repairs; however, vehicles shall not be worked on in the parking lot. All unregistered and/or inoperable vehicles will be towed at the owner’s expense, with a 24-hour advance written notice.
  3. Tenant agrees not to park any vehicles that leak or drip oil or any other fluid. If vehicle leaking fluid is not repaired, removed or contained within 24 hours of notification from Landlord via phone, email or written notice, vehicle shall be towed at the vehicle owner’s expense. Should clean up and/or repair be deemed necessary due to vehicle fluid(s) contaminating the surface, tenant assumes responsibility for the cost(s).
  4. In order for Port Property to provide the best possible winter parking situation for tenants who have parking, all tenants must adhere to the following
    1. Regardless of how much snow falls, Port Property may declare a Port Property parking ban after a storm. During a Port Property parking ban every vehicle must be moved out of the parking lot from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
    2. To determine whether a Port Property parking ban is in effect visit our website www.portproperty.com or call the emergency maintenance line at 207-261-0832, ext. 2. If you’re unsure whether you should move your car, check our website or call the office. All resources will be updated by 7:00 AM the day after the storm.
    3. If your vehicle is left in the parking lot during the above referenced hours it will be towed at your own expense and/or your account will be charged a minimum of $100 for administrative and labor fees associated with cleaning around your parking spot; No Exceptions. If you plan on being out of town during the snow season you must make arrangements for your car (give a key to a friend/family member who can move it during a parking ban, find an alternative place to park your car while you are out of town, etc.).
    4. If you have questions or concerns regarding a Port Property parking ban please contact the office during normal business hours. Please do not contact the emergency dispatch answering service as is not equipped to deal with parking situations, and cannot help with parking problems.
  5. Your parking privileges may be terminated with a five (5) day advance written notice from Port Property for any of the following violations: (A) Your vehicle is towed twice in any one (1) year period; (B) You do not move your car during a parking ban twice in any one (1) year period; (C) You interfere with the tow truck driver’s responsibilities..
  6. If your vehicle is towed, you must call Charlie’s Auto Transport (207-7976004) to make the arrangements for picking it up. The pickup address is 656 Stroudwater Street, Westbrook, ME 04092. All towing charges are at the vehicle owner’s expense. Port Property will not reimburse any tenant for towing charges.
  7. Port Property shall assume no responsibility for damage(s) to any vehicle (unless damage(s) results due to the negligence of Port Property). This includes, but is not limited to; damage due to burglary, damage due to hit-and-run, and damage due to weather-related incidents. Should your vehicle sustain damage while in above mentioned parking lot, you will need to contact your automobile insurance provider.

If you have any parking related questions, concerns, or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact the office.