If you look around our parking areas and the guest spots around the street, they are pretty full. There was a time due to empty units that there were quite a few empty places. Each unit owner is assigned a numbered parking spot. Most units have only one designated spot and any other vehicles belonging to that unit must use a guest spot. There is an ongoing problem with residents seeing an empty spot and using it without the written permission of the owner. Please do NOT park in any space that is not assigned to you, unless you have written authorization on file at the office. Instruct your guests to use GUEST parking. We would all like covered parking or a shady spot but due to limited parking areas we must insist that you use only your designated numbered space. Please park centered within the lines of your assigned space. When you are too close or over the lines it means your neighbor has a hard time getting in and out of their car. Don't pull all the way up to the concrete bumper, hot tires makes the paint peel and we have to repaint them.
Check under "RESIDENTS" for the regular pet application form and the ESA and Service Animal Application. These forms are also under "REALTORS" for potential new residents.
ALL PETS MUST BE LICENSED BY PALM BEACH COUNTY AND BE UP TO DATE WITH RABIES VACCINATIONS.
YOU CAN APPLY ONLINE
Pets are limited to a maximum of 2 per condo unit and a maximum of 26 pounds per pet.
Residents are reminded that all dogs must be kept on a leash at all times when outside of your unit. This is not just a rule at Tamberlane but a Palm Beach County Ordinance. Please lead your dog to the curb along the street to do their business not in the large grassy areas or courtyard. You must pick up after your dog. This is also a Palm Beach County Ordinance. Please teach you dog not to bark and growl at people or other dogs. You may be able to ignore the barking when you encounter other residents or when your dog is left outside on your lanai or balcony, even inside the condo when you are away but it is annoying to others. Dogs that go crazy and bark every time someone walks by, disturbs the peaceful atmosphere that we all desire and deserve. An occasional bark is one thing but dogs need to be acclimated to being around people and other animals in close quarters. Dogs are limited to 26 pounds in weight and only two dogs (pets) per unit are permitted.