Water Shut-Off Policy
Snow Plow Policy
No Smoking Policy
RULES GOVERNING USE OF ROADS AND MOTORIZED VEHICLES
- All traffic signs shall be obeyed.
- The speed limit on all Ponderosa roads is 15 m.p.h.
- Parking is prohibited on roads and cul-de-sacs to provide access to snowplows, road graders, and emergency vehicles. This prohibition includes vehicles, trailers, RV’s, ATV’s, etc… whether motorized or not. This policy is in effect year-round, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Violators will be towed at their own expense and may be subject to additional fines established by the Board.
- One-way travel restrictions where posted shall be obeyed.
- NO VEHICLES are allowed on greenbelts, thus preventing erosion, destruction of vegetation, and to lessen fire danger in the non-snow seasons. SNOWMOBILES ARE NOT TO BE RIDDEN ON GREENBELTS AT ANY TIME.
- Sledding is prohibited on all roads in Ponderosa. (Use the Sledding Hill in the Greenbelt.)
- Violent turns which damage road surfaces are prohibited. No U-turns except at intersections.
- ALL vehicles shall be in compliance with Chelan County’s Noise Abatement regulations. ALL vehicles must have operational muffler systems.
- Riding of non-street legal vehicles (e.g., motorbikes, ATVs, etc.) is prohibited after 9:00 PM and before 9:00 AM.
- All motorized vehicles must be equipped with appropriate headlights and taillights if operated between sunset and sunrise.
- All vehicles are to travel on the right side of the road, single file.
- Helmets are required for the operators of motorcycles, ATVs, go-carts, and snowmobiles.
- No more than the manufacturer’s recommended number of riders / passengers per vehicle.
- Violations of these rules and regulations may result in:
A. Requirement of hold harmless and indemnification of the PCC Inc. and the Board by owners. The appropriate form will be presented for the member’s signature. If the member refuses to comply, a fine of $100.00 will be charged. If payment is not received in 30 days, a lien will be filed against their property.
B. A second violation will result in a fine of $100.00, collected as indicated in item “A” above.
- Continued violations will result in an injunction being filed with the Chelan County District Court.
- All members have the right and obligation to report in writing a violator’s name, type of violation, type and location of violation, date and time of occurrence, as well as the name of vehicle owner and/or sponsoring member. This information is to be presented to a Board member either by hand delivery or by mail. Confidentiality will be preserved. IN ADDITION, driving violations that constitute reckless driving must be reported to the Chelan County Sheriff’s Dept.