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1800 JPA 2021-2022 PARKING PASSES
$35 per year- Valid through 7/31/2022
To obtain a parking pass please do the following:
1. Email a copy of your current lease, valid car registration and current contact information to info@1800jpa.com 
2. Click here to pay for your pass online.
3. Your car information will be updated in the system so your car will not be towed
4. Your pass will be mailed to your current address at 1800 JPA - please make sure you have updated your mailing address with USPS
If you are a non-resident owner who has a tenant or family member living in your unit, we have a separate owner pass that is available. This pass can be used like a permanent guest pass while you are on-property. Please note that a non-resident owner pass cannot be used on football weekends or for graduation.
Follow the same instructions above, confirm your mailing address and indicate in your email that you are requesting an owner pass.  If you do not want to pay for an owner pass, you can follow the Guest Pass link below to request a free guest pass each time you visit.
Click here to register for a guest pass. A limited number of guest passes are available for distribution at any one time and they are only valid for a maximum of three days. Only one guest pass at a time will be issued per resident, you cannot have multiple guests parking at one time. Guest passes will not be issued on football weekends or during special events. Please allow 24 business hours for guest passes to be generated.
All vehicles entering the property located at 1800 JPA are required to display a sticker authorizing the vehicle to be parked in that property’s parking lot.  Parking stickers are updated yearly and may be obtained from Cathcart Property Management via the method above.  The fee for parking permits is $35 per permit.    Permits are available to owners or renters, however, only one permit, per person will be issued.  Permits are for residents of the 1800 JPA community only.  Owners who have rented their unit(s) to other individuals may have an OWNER parking pass that works like a permanent guest pass with the same restrictions.   The permits are strictly for the occupants who have registered vehicles on property. Each August, new parking permits are available for purchase for the upcoming year. 
In order to obtain a parking sticker, you must provide a valid registration and proof of ownership or a current lease agreement.  Have your parking sticker displayed clearly on your rear windshield at all times. If the sticker will not be visible through the rear window, it may be placed on the front windshield behind your rearview mirror.
Please drive carefully on the property. Park in marked spaces only, never in fire or traffic lanes.
If your sticker is damaged or vehicle changed, please contact the management office at 434-296-1800.  You must return your damaged sticker or pay a sticker replacement fee.  In order to protect all residents, towing is unfortunately necessary to keep fire and traffic lanes clear.  Any vehicle parked illegally, even with a sticker, can be towed at any time, without notice, at owner's expense.
Any vehicle that is in an unsightly state of disrepair, has flat tires, is jacked up on supports, is inoperable, or lacks proper state licensing or inspection may not remain on the property for more than 24 hours.  Any vehicles violating this rule are subject to towing at the owner's expense without warning. We ask that you do not wash or repair vehicles in the parking area.

Bicycles must be stored inside your condo or at designated bike racks.  At no time can they be stored on the landings, under any stairs or attached to any railing of any part of the building. If a bicycle is found attached to a railing or part of the building, it will be immediately removed, without notice. Bicycles of unsightly repair may be removed by management without prior notice to the owner. The Association and those employed by the Association will not be responsible of any damage or theft of any bicycle(s).

The City and State Fire Codes prohibit the placing of bicycles, motorcycles, and trash at entrances or on/under steps or landings of buildings. Mopeds and motorcycles can never be put inside apartments or breezeways.  They must be kept in the parking lot.