Each property owner shall advise lessees, renters, and guests of the rules and regulations of the Association

Speed Limit

The posted speed limit is 20 MPH and is strictly enforced. There are no sidewalks but pedestrians have the right of way, so please be particularly careful while driving.


No parking is allowed on Shore Road, Groveway, or the Causeway at any time. Vehicles will be ticketed and towed at owner's expense. Parking is not allowed in passways between properties.


The established passways to the beach are for the general passage of CBA residents and their guests authorized for their use. Additionally, these passways serve as fire and emergency services access and therefore must remain unobstructed at all times.

Safe boating / Jet Skiing

Motorboats, jet-skis and water skiers cannot operate within 200 feet of shore, swimmers, docks, jetties, anchored boats, and moorings in excess of 6 MPH. This is strictly enforced by the Clinton Police Dept., the U.S. Coast Guard, and/or the Clinton Harbor Master. By CT State Law, all boat and jet ski operators operators must have a safe boating certificate / certificate of personal watercraft operation on board.


Open fires are prohibited by town ordinance without a permit from the Clinton Fire Marshal. Grills are permitted, but should be more than fifteen (15) feet from any building.


Littering is prohibited.


The volume of TV’s radios, stereos, etc. must be kept at reasonable volumes at all times. Parties should break up or quiet down by 11 PM. No unreasonable noise (i.e. lawn mowers, power tools, hammering, etc.) is permitted before 8 AM on weekdays and 9 AM on weekends and holidays.


Where allowed, they must be kept on the occupant's property by state law. Dogs are not allowed to run loose. Clinton has a pooper-scooper ordinance, subject to a fine.

Refuse/ Recycling

The approved refuse/recycling containers must be placed at roadside no earlier than 4PM of the day prior to collection. They must be removed from the roadside by 9PM after having been emptied.

Only normal household refuse (no recyclables and no yard debris such as grass, twigs, stone, etc.) may be placed in the refuse containers. The occupant is responsible for bringing the containers to and from the roadside and cleaning up trash spillage and litter.

Recycling is mandatory per state statute [Sec. 22a-220a(I)]. Only rinsed bottles, cans, #1 and #2 plastic containers (no motor oil containers), and orange juice and milk cartons must be placed in the designated recycling bins. Newspapers must be either in a brown paper bag (no plastic bags), or tied with string, and placed on top of or beside the bins. Corrugated cardboard should be flattened and stacked beside the bins (tie large quantities).