contractor ramp access

request

Only current ABI Members may request contractor ramp access for light marine work on Arden resident private vessels, piers, and boat lifts. ABI Members must have either purchased a ramp access pass for their vessel, or pay the $75 ramp access fee for use.

Please read below prior to submitting your request form:

  • All requests for contractor access must be requested through the ABI Registrar by a Member in Good Standing/Sponsor (Requestor).

  • No access will be granted for Saturdays, Sundays, or Holidays.

  • Requests will be submitted to the ABI Registrar for review and to validate qualification.

  • The Sponsor shall provide the Registrar with contractor name, contact information, vehicle license plate number, trailer license plate number, Certificate of Insurance (COI), and date of use.

  • If the Sponsor does not have a ramp permit, a $75 ramp usage fee will be assessed and invoiced prior to issuance of the Contractor Ramp Access and will be valid for the remainder of the current calendar year.

  • Sponsor will be required to read the rules for Contractor use and provide the registrar with a signed acknowledgement form prior to pass issuance.

  • Once the ramp usage fee is paid and the acknowledgment form is received as well as required documentation, a Contractor Ramp Access will be issued for the specific use being requested.

  • The Contractor must make arrangements at least 72 hours prior to the needed access, to meet an ABI representative on the specific date/time (8a-5p M-F) to be given ramp access.

  • The Contractor must display the Ramp Access Pass in the driver’s side dashboard of the contractor vehicle.

  • The Contractor shall NOT leave equipment, materials, or debris of any kind on site.

  • The Contractor shall NOT load/off-load materials.

  • The Contractor shall haul job materials in the standard vehicle/trailer brought to launch the standard vessel. NO delivery vehicle or heavy equipment is permitted.

  • The Contractor shall NOT park on ABI property while work is being performed.

  • The Contractor shall NOTIFY the ABI representative assigned for monitoring the event when work is completed to obtain ramp access to pull the vessel. The ramp access lock may not remain unlocked when the contractor is not at the ramp location.

Note: If the Contractor violates any part of the authorized access, the Contractor will be banned from future access, and a warning will be issued to the Sponsor. Repeat violation may result in ramp privileges being revoked and potential fines charged for reinstatement of privileges.

COMPLETE CONTRACTOR RAMP ACCESS REQUEST FORM BELOW

CONTRACTOR RAMP PASS RULES

DEFINITIONS:

ABI BOARD – Arden Beaches, Incorporated’s Board of Governors

AUTHORIZED USER – A User (as defined below) must be current in all ABI fees, holding a current ramp permit, and responsible for the actions of the contractor.

MAINTENANCE and/or MINOR REPAIR – General maintenance and repair to a pier, bulkhead, and/or lifts.

PROPERTY OWNER – Any owner of a residential lot shown upon the subdivision plat of Sunrise Beach.

SCOPE OF WORK – Detailed description of the work to be performed by the contractor.

STANDARD TRAILER – An on-the-road trailer hauling less than oversized loads.

STANDARD VEHICLE – Car, Pick-Up Truck, or SUV.

STANDARD VESSEL – A vessel less than 8’6” beam and under 25’ in length.

USER – A Property Owner (as defined above) or Sunrise Beach lot and plot resident requesting the Contractor Ramp Pass.

RULES:

  1. No access will be granted for Saturdays, Sundays, or Holidays.

  2. All requests for contractor access must be requested through the ABI Registrar by the User at least seven (7) days prior to the requested start of work date and is to only be used for maintenance and/or minor repairs on the Authorized User’s property.

  3. The Contractor must:

  • meet with the assigned ABI representative to obtain ramp access to launch the vessel.

  • notify the assigned ABI representative when the work is completed to obtain ramp access to pull the vessel.

  • display the ABI Contractor Ramp Pass in the driver’s side dashboard of the contractor’s vehicle.

  • haul job materials in the standard vehicle/trailer brought to launch the standard vessel. No delivery vehicle or heavy equipment is permitted.

  1. The Contractor must NOT:

  • park on ABI property while work is being performed.

  • leave equipment, materials, or debris of any kind on ABI property.

  • load/off-load materials on ABI property.

  • damage any ABI property.

The assigned ABI representative and the Authorized User shall ensure all rules are being met. If any rules are violated the Contractor may be banned from future access and a written warning may be issued to the Authorized User at the discretion of the ABI Board.