1. Keep grass and weeds below 12” at all times.
  2. Keep property free of yard waste, debris and garbage, and keep carports free of junk and litter.
  3. Vehicles parked or stored outside a garage must be currently licensed and operative.
  4. One boat may be parked on the property and must belong to the owner or tenant residing at the property.
  5. One recreational vehicle may be parked outside of a completely enclosed building. Living in motor homes, RV’s and  campers is prohibited in residential areas.
  6. Home businesses may not include customers or employees going to or from your residence. Also, materials and supplies may not be stored in the premises.
  7. Signs erected on the rights of way of any public street, road or way are prohibited.
  8. Be sure to obtain the proper permits for construction projects.
  9. Call Code enforcement (861.6491) before installing a shed. Call Public Works (NRT) before installing a fence on or near the right of way.
  10. The parking, servicing, or repair and storage of trucks, buses, vans, tractors and trailers in excess of 6,000 pounds when empty is prohibited
  11. No open burning.
  12.  Yard and Carport Sales. Limited to four yard sales per year and three days at a time. Signs must not be placed on County property, utility poles, trees or stop signs. All signs must be staked to the ground and removed after three days. Absolutely no signs are to be attached to our entrance Pole Lights.
  13. Barking dogs. No dog is allowed to bark for a length of time. Dogs and cats must be on a leash or in a fenced yard.
  14. No solicitation, unless solicitors have a permit from the County.
  15. No loud music or parties after 11 pm and no loud noise before 7am, such as lawn mowing, sawing or hammering.
  16. All dirt bikes, motor bikes, or motorcycles must display appropriate licenses and be operated by a licensed driver.
  17. It is unlawful to remove shopping carts from the shopping center.
  18. Only two (2) recreational vehicles per property.
  19. Speed limit in Kensington Park is 25 miles per hour. It’s enforced.