Our HOA posted a sign at the exit gate with 5 days’ notice of slurry sealing the streets. Is this allowed in California? Doesn’t it have to be a written notice? In the past, 1/2 of the community was blocked off for 24 hours with no home access (even by foot for several hours after the slurry seal).
What are the required notification rules in this regard? Thank you!
There is currently no law in California that addresses notice requirements for HOAs conducting street sealing or repairs. However, it is worth checking your association’s governing documents for guidance on this matter. Some HOAs do require boards to provide written notice to homeowners for maintenance and repairs to common areas, but others do not. Every community has different notice requirements, so it is best to refer to your own CC&Rs or bylaws to see if your HOA failed to follow proper procedures.
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