Proposed legislation could limit HOAs’ purview

The law, if passed, would not affect those planned communities that own their own roadways.

By Rusty Bradshaw | Independent Newsmedia

An East Valley legislator wants to put a stop to HOAs regulating parking in their communities, but his proposed law may have little affect in the West Valley.

Arizona Sen. John Kavanaugh (R-Fountain Hills) introduced Senate Bill 1240, attempting to amend Section 33-1818 of Arizona Revised Statutes that prohibits associations from regulating public roadways, to include all planned communities in the state. Current law only restricts those communities established after Dec. 31, 2014. Mr. Kavanaugh believes private associations should not be allowed to regulate traffic rules on public roadways.

“I have gotten calls from all over the state from people who say HOAs have people hiding in the bushes taking now license numbers and giving citations,” he explained.


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