USTORIA – Ustka commune, Machowinko


These regulations (hereinafter referred to as the Regulations) define the rules for the use of communication routes and pedestrian routes located inside the Ustoria Housing Estate (Ustka commune, Machowinko district).



  1. Housing estate – a complex of building plots located in the Ustka Commune, Machowinko (Ustoria) district, marked in the land register with numbers from 375 to 504;
  2. Manager – a natural person, legal person or other organizational unit performing an administrative and orderly function in the area of communication and pedestrian routes;
  3. Traffic route – a road or pedestrian route intended for the movement of motor vehicles or pedestrians together with a road (sides) located within the Housing Estate;
  4. Pedestrian route – communication route intended exclusively for pedestrian traffic;
  5. User – any user of the communication route or pedestrian route;
  6. Plot – a construction plot located inside the Housing Estate;
  7. Plot owner – each owner (including co-owner) of the Plot located within the Housing Estate or another person authorized by the Plot Owner to use the Plot;
  8. Parking space – a place for permanent parking of a vehicle;
  9. Parking space – a place for temporary parking of the vehicle.


  1. By entering the Estate, the User consents to and accepts the terms of use of the communication routes presented in the Regulations.
  2. The User undertakes to comply with applicable road traffic regulations, internal traffic organization, provisions of the Regulations and the Administrator’s guidelines.


Vehicle driving rules

  1. The estate area is an area with limited access. Access to the Estate may be limited by using devices to prevent unauthorized persons from entering the Estate (e.g. a barrier).
  2. Entry to the Estate is limited to the Owner, Manager, security service vehicles and other entities that are entitled to access under the law or contracts. 
  3. Vehicle traffic within the Estate will be in accordance with the Regulations, posted vertical or horizontal signs, and in the absence thereof, in accordance with road traffic regulations in force in the Republic of Poland. 
  4. Within all communication routes, the rules apply as for residential zones within the meaning of road traffic regulations, in particular: 
    1. in a residential zone, pedestrians do not have to use the sidewalk or pedestrian road, they can move along the entire width of the road and have priority over the vehicle;
    2. inside the residential zone, all intersections are equivalent intersections, i.e. the “right hand” rule applies, unless other rules result from the signs used;
    3. leaving the residential zone onto the road is treated as joining traffic, so the driver leaving the residential zone onto the road is obliged to give way to another road participant;
    4. the permissible speed of the vehicle in the residential zone is 20 km/h;
    5. it is prohibited to park the vehicle in a place other than the one designated for this purpose;
  5. The permissible total weight of the vehicle is 30 tons.
  6. Only vehicles with wheels protected by tires can move along the communication routes within the Estate.
  7. Vehicles not approved for road traffic, without valid technical inspections or causing dirt or damage to the surface or other elements of the traffic routes (e.g. with engine leaks) cannot move along the communication routes.


Parking and parking spaces

  1. Parking spaces may only be provided within the Plots.
  2. The Owner may arrange a parking space along the communication route only within the width of his building plot, in a way that does not impede communication for other Users.

§ 6 

Access to the plots

  1. Each plot owner is obliged, before using the property by vehicles weighing more than 100 kg, to make an individual exit from the communication route in accordance with the Regulations, applicable regulations and construction practices in a way that ensures traffic safety and protects the communication routes and devices against damage. 
  2. The construction of an exit is permitted only upon agreement with the Manager and on the terms and conditions each time described in that agreement. If an exit is arranged without prior approval, the Manager may request that the exit be removed. The arrangement is made only on the basis of a correctly completed form available at
  3. Entry and exit from the Plot may only take place via an exit made in accordance with the principles described in section 1 and 2, subject to section 4.
  4. The provisions of section 2 and 3 do not apply to exits arranged for the needs and duration of construction, provided that:
    • the ramp for construction purposes will be at least 5 m wide and will be arranged in the form of reinforced concrete slabs placed on an appropriate base, the upper edge of which, at the junction with the existing road retainer, will be placed at least 5 cm higher than the upper edge of the adjacent resistor;
    • the duration of use of the slope will be no longer than 12 months, and after completion of use it will be immediately dismantled by the Owner;
    • before starting the construction of an exit for construction purposes, the Owner will inform the Manager about the intention to build this exit via e-mail, indicating:
      • the intention to build an exit for construction purposes and the date of commencement of the construction of the exit;
      • the plot to which the constructed exit is to lead;
      • contact details of the person responsible for the construction of the exit.
  5. Any damage to the structure and surface of communication routes caused by incorrect execution of the exit, incorrect use or lack thereof shall be borne by the User.


Pedestrian routes

  1. Within the Estate there are pedestrian routes used exclusively for pedestrian communication. 
  2. Vehicles are prohibited from entering the area of the pedestrian routes. 


  1. Users within the boundaries of traffic and pedestrian routes are prohibited from:
    1. performing any activities related to vehicle technical maintenance, including vehicle washing;
    2. littering the area of communication routes and pedestrian routes;
  2. The User is financially liable for damage caused by the vehicle, incorrect use of communication routes, failure to comply with the Regulations and for damage to technical infrastructure.
  3. Vehicles left in a manner that poses a risk to road traffic or impedes the use of communication routes by other Users may each time be towed at the User’s expense and risk to the nearest publicly available paid parking lot. It is the Administrator’s responsibility to assess the occurrence of threats or difficulties.



Users pay the following fees for using Communication Routes:

  1. for the use of communication routes by the plot owner in accordance with the Regulations – PLN 0;
  2. for each use (entry) of the communication routes by unauthorized persons or entities – PLN 200;
  3. for parking a vehicle contrary to the Regulations – PLN 100;
  4. for calling law enforcement services (Police, Municipal Guard, etc.) due to violating the provisions, Regulations or creating another threat – PLN 500 (regardless of the fines or fines imposed);
  5. for handling the event described in § 8 section PLN 3 – 500 (regardless of towing and parking costs);
  6. for using an exit whose construction has not been agreed – PLN 1,000 for each commenced 30 days until the exit is removed or agreed upon. The fee does not include other costs related to incorrect construction or use of the exit, road repair costs or removal of other damage.


Other provisions

The provisions of the Regulations may be changed or supplemented at any time. The new wording of the Regulations will be effective upon its publication on this website or another website, the address of which will be provided to the Plot Owners or to the attention of Users.