S.K. from outside of Connecticut writes:
Dear Mister Condo,
Are condominium boards required to provide on-site parking for residents or renters?
Mister Condo replies:
S.K., no, on-site parking is a function of use of the common areas, which are under the control of the Board as they have been elected by the association to manage the common assets of the association. Many communities, especially urban-based associations, simply don’t own any land or garage space where parking can be provided, leaving the job of finding a or renting a parking space up to the unit owners or renters. Unless otherwise stated in your deed or governing documents, the Board is not obligated to provide this amenity. Good luck!