This weekend we purchased a ski condo in Avon, Colorado. While up there this weekend, we naturally plugged in my Model S into a 120 volt standard plug in the parking garage to charge. It was a corner parking spot in a nearly empty garage. I got a letter from the President of the HOA today stating, among other things: It was brought to our attention over the weekend that a common electrical outlet in the Ascent garage was utilized to charge an electric vehicle owned by you or one of your guests. Unfortunately, that is not permissible. The outlets in the common areas are a community expense shared among all owners. In addition, these outlets have not been tested to determine if they can handle the power required by an electric vehicle in consideration of other common needs in this area. This is from both a safety and power overload perspective. The President also brought up that Colorado law permits residents in an HOA to try to install an EV charger, but that is not my concern. I just want to plug in at an available 120 outlet in the garage if one happens to be available. There is no mention in the HOA documents about common area outlets or community expense issues. I am sure the outlets in the garage in a building that was finished in 2011 are fine for electric vehicle charging, as are any outlets anywhere in the country that meet code. I may try to get an EV charger installed with a Colorado government grant, but the President insists that it must be outside, in the cold, in the mountains in Colorado, instead of in the heated parking garage. Any thoughts on how to approach the HOA board to have them stop hassling me for plugging into the 120 plug when it is available?