Parking Rules
Follow the Rules, avoid getting Towed.

Let's Make it Work for ALL:

The Board of Directors is working on a daily bases to improve the quality of life of Island Club West. It’s difficult at times when they find themselves limited with what they have at hand. The limited parking spaces is one of those areas where they have to work with what they have.

They work on brainstorming for alternative solutions, if you would like to contribute with an idea that would benefit the community please send your suggestions and/or recommendations to [email protected]


If your vehicle has been towed, contact the towing company directly: 

Hydra Recovery Corp. 
PH: 863-576-4869
5941 US 17 92 West 
Haines City Fl 33844

This is the towing company that provides service to this community. If your vehicle is missing you may contact them for assistance.  
The Clubhouse personnel, Management, and HOA members do not know the details of your towing. They do not call the towing company, and do not handle towing themselves. The only thing they will be able to do is provide you with the above phone number.   

            Parking Spaces are assigned to vehicles, not to a property. Every resident is required to purchase a decal per vehicle to park within ICW.
            Maximum of 1 vehicle for Studios or 1 bedroom apartment; and 
            Max of 2 vehicles for the main unit (2 bedrooms or more) - One assigned parking space, second vehicle to park in an unsigned space.
If you are a Permanent Resident of Island Club West you should have updated your registration with the community and every lease term thereafter, if not you are in violation of community rules and should stop by the clubhouse office as soon as possible, failure to register may result in fines of up to $1,000, and posible eviction. All vehicles should be registered and have an ICW barcode/decal (physical or digital) to be able to park within the residential area of the community. Vehicle limitation and assignment apply.  

All Vehicles parked in the property of Island Club West should follow the community rules and regulations, all vehicles found in violation are subject to Towing at vehicles owners expense. 

I.C.W. Homeowners Association and its affiliates are not liable or responsible in any way for vehicles towed, for damages, losses to personal property or vehicles, due to vandalism, towing or owners abandonment of vehicle. Contractors hired by the HOA/Management to perform work in benefit of multiple residents may be exempt from the below rules for a limited period of time.

The Towing company uses the below Criteria for Towing vehicles. 
Temporary parking passes are to park by the clubhouse (Lot A) and are strictly prohibited from being parked in the residential area of Island Club West.
All vehicles within the residential area must have an assigned ICW Barcode/Decal (physical or digital).
Spaces marked as "Unassigned" are first come first serve and are exclusively for registered vehicles with a valid barcode/decal. These spaces may not be used for guests, or any vehicle without a barcode/decal.
Residents from all street may go to update the registration now. Permanent Residents are NOT allowed to have green decals for their assigned vehicles. 
The enforcement by street is as follow:

Coco Plum Drive: deadline was extended from November to December 16th 2022
Mango Drive: January 27th 2023. 
Caribbean Drive: Original date was Feb 26, 2023. It has been extended for individuals that started the registration up until March 31, 2023.
Orchid Drive: April 30, 2023
Guest/Vacationers may park for a day or over the weekend without a parking pass at the parking lot near the Clubhouse (Lot A). Vehicles may get a warning sticker but as long as they get a pass, barcode/decal the following business day they will not get towed. 

Immediate Tow:
1. Parked within the residential area without a valid ICW designated Bar or QR code.
2. Parked within the residential area with a temporary Paper Parking Pass.
3. Double parked (use more than one parking space, or blocking another vehicle).
4. Parked outside the designated parking lines, on the lines, or over the lines (Both tires must be within the white striped lines of a parking stall. 
5. Not parked in between 2 white lines.
6. Parked on the Street.
7. Parked on the Grass.
8. Barcode/decal attached with tape or any other non approved method.
9. Parked on Handicap Stalls (without any handicap). 
10.Vehicle found to have tailgated into the community. - Regardless of the parking permit.
11. Vehicle without a License Plate.
12. Parked in someone else's assigned parking space.
13. Vehicle assigned to a permanent resident with a green decal (short term vacationer decal). Decal must be yellow or vehicle should park in the guest parking lot.
14. Vendors vehicle not working in a property or not identified as a commercial vehicles. 
15. Commercial vehicle within the residential area after-hours. (Only allowed from 7:00AM to 7:00PM, must be actively performing a job, and properly identified with official business signage)
16. More than 60 days - Expired Tags, sticker must be displayed on the car.

24 Hours Warning (tagged): 
1. Backed parked into a parking space.
2. Abandon or broken down vehicles.
3. Parking pass in a vehicle not matching license plate.
4. Expired tags - Less than 60 days.
Ones a vehicle has been tagged the first time, tag/warning-records for that vehicle remain active for a period of 6 months. That means the vehicle may be towed without an additional warning, within that period of time. 

Other Community Rules that should be followed are: 
1. Speed limit is 15 MPH.
2. Come to a complete STOP at the STOP signs. 
3. Drive carefully and watch for children & pedestrians.
4. Vendors/contractors are restricted to job site, and should park in the spot assigned to the vehicle for whom the work is being done.
5. Loud radios and alcoholic beverages are prohibited outside the residence.
6. Community quiet hours are 11pm-7am. 
** Polk County has a "noise ordinance" for enforcement call the sheriffs office at 863-298-6200 **

Any violations per the above rules or to ICW's Governing Documents, may result in towing of a vehicle at the vehicle owners expense. All expenses associated with the violation are the responsibility of the owner of the vehicle. And may at no time hold the association or it's employees accountable for such violation.