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PARKSIDE CONDOMINIUM
10520 Montrose Avenue
Bethesda, Maryland 20814

Office: 301-493-5100
Fax: 301-493-5031
 
 
 
FAQ's
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1. How do I pay my condominium fee?

As an owner you have 3 ways to pay your condo fee; mail, direct debit, or online payment. 

  • If you would like to mail your condominium fee, please mail it to the lockbox at the following address: 

 Parkside Condominium
 P.O. Box 105007
 Atlanta, GA 30348-5007

  • If you want to join the direct debit program you should please print, fill out, and submit the Direct Debit Form to the Management Office.
  • If you would like to pay your condo fee online, please click here for more information.

Please remember that condominium fee payments are not accepted in the Management Office.  Any payment received in the office will be forwarded to the lockbox for processing. 

2. How can I get a parking permit?

Upon purchasing or renting a unit at Parkside, residents (owners and renters) are required to register with the Management Office.  Parking permits are issued (free of charge) to residents during the registration process.  Guests may obtain a temporary parking pass in the Management Office during business hours.

Please refer to the Parking Regulations section of this site for a full explanation of the parking regulations. 

3. Who should I call if my vehicle has been towed or ticketed?

If your vehicle has been towed, please contact G & G Towing at 301-588-7090.  If you received a citation from Montgomery County, please call the number provided on the citation.

Reminder: Staff performs parking lot enforcement on a routine rotating basis. Illegally parked vehicles in the parking lots WILL BE TOWED without warning.

Please refer to the Parking Regulations section of this site for a full explanation of the parking regulations.

4.  How should I request maintenance repairs within my unit?

Owners who belong to the In-Unit Service Program may print, fill out, and submit an In-Unit Work Request Form to the Management Office.  Reminder:  Work requests will only be accepted from the owner.

Owners who do not belong to the program are responsible for contacting a contractor or repair service.

Please refer to the In-Unit Service section of this site for more information on the program.

5.  How should I request common area maintenance?

Residents should contact the Management Office to report maintenace issues within a common area (i.e. light bulb out, need for pruning, cleaning etc.).

6. How should I register a concern, complaint, or suggestion?

All concerns, complaints, or suggestions must be submitted in writing to the Management Office.

7. Whom should I call to report a security incident or suspicious activity?

If you witness a crime or see any suspicious activity, you should call Montgomery County Police immediately (9-1-1 for a crime in progress or a clear threat of danger, and 301-279-8000 for suspicious activity but no apparent immediate danger).  

Please report all security incidents to the Management Office, during business hours.  You may also print, fill out, and submit a Security Incident Report to the Management Office.

8. May I plant a garden outside my unit?

Residents may plant private gardens, adjacent to their patio, in the rear of the building, providing permission is requested and approved by the Management Office.  For more information please refer to the Private Garden Guidelines.  Submit the completed application to the office for consideration.

9. Whom should I call to volunteer as a committee member?

If you would like to serve on a committee please print, fill out, and submit a Committee Sign-up Form to the Management Office. 

10. Are pets allowed at Parkside? 

No.  Parkside’s “no pet” policy was incorporated in the Association's Bylaws when the Association was formed (1981).  To date, three attempts to amend the no-pet Bylaw have failed by wide margins.  The policy is strictly enforced.

Visiting pets are also prohibited

11. How can I get a replacement key for my mailbox or storage room?

Mailbox keys cannot be duplicated.  If your key is lost or stolen residents may request a new mailbox lock in the Management Office.   The replacement cost is $22.00 and two new keys will be delivered to the unit within 2 business days.

Storage room keys are replaced free of charge.  If your key is lost or stolen residents may request a replacement storage room key by contacting the Management Office.  The replacement key will be delivered to the unit within 2 business days.

12. May I have a UPS or FedEx package delivered to me at the management office?

No.  Unfortunately, the Management Office does not have enough space to accept mail or packages for residents. 

13. How can I get a replacement laundry card?

Residents may purchase a new card, for $5.00, through the Add-Value stations on the porch of the Management Office, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Defective laundry cards may be mailed back to CoinMach for a refund of any value left on the card or any money lost through the Add-Value station.  Refund applications (replacement card included) are available in the Management Office during business hours. 

14.  May I install a washer or dryer in my unit?

No.  The plumbing lines throughout Parkside are not constructed to handle privately owned laundry equipment.  Therefore, privately owned washers or dryers are not allowed in the units

15. When is the heat/air conditioning turned on for the season?

When seasons change, conversion to heat or air conditioning may vary and is based on the long-range weather forecasts. 

Approximate conversion dates are:

  • Air conditioning is May 5 - 10
  • Heat is October 5 - 10

16. May I bring guests to the swimming pool?

Guests are welcome at the swimming pool, accompanied by a Parkside resident with a current activity card.  The guest fees are:

  •  $6 for adults and $4 for children (Guest passes sold in the Management Office)

17. How can I get information about the Association’s insurance policy?

Residents may request a copy of the master insurance certificate from the management office or by visiting the website of the Association’s insurance agency at www.manougianinsurance.com.      

18. Who should I call if I smell gas in my unit or in the building?

Residents who smell natural gas should first call Washington Gas at 703-750-1400 and then Parkside's emergency number at 301-493-5100.

19. Do I need permission to remodel my unit?

Sometimes.  Structural changes to the unit, including plumbing additions or electrical changes, require approval from the Architectural Control Committee.  For detailed information on the procedures please visit the Architectural Control section of this site. 

Approval is not required for remodeling or the replacement of cabinetry, fixtures, flooring, or appliances, as long as, no structural changes are being made. 

20. What do I need to do in preparation for selling my unit?

Unit owners who plan to sell their units must obtain a resale package from the Management Office.  This is a requirement of the Maryland Condominium Act.  Please print, fill out, and submit a Resale Package Form along with the fee of $125.00 to the Management Office.  Resale package requests take five to seven business days to complete.  An inspection of the unit is required.

Note: Owners should make sure that their condominium fees and In-Unit Service payments are current and should remember to terminate their direct debit authorization.

21.  Does Parkside accept credit cards?

No.  Parkside is not set up to accept credit cards at this time.

22.  What section do I live in?

To find out what section you live in please review the Building Section List.

23.  What if I am locked out of my unit?

During business hours:  You may come to the Management Office to get the emergency set of keys.

After business hours:  There is no after-hours lockout service--UNLESS any situation left unattended would result in bodily harm or property damage (unattended food cooking on the stove or a child is locked INSIDE a unit alone, etc.).  If personnel respond and find no emergency, there will be a $150 charge due upon entry.

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