I recently went on vacation and parked my car in a spot within my parking garage at the apartment complex that I live. The spot was completely ok when I left. The apartment I live is doing construction in the parking garage on the 4th and 5th floors so no one can park there. I however, was parked on the 3rd, which was perfectly fine when I left for vacation (a cruise in the middle of the ocean so no contact). According to my roommate the day after I left they posted a letter on my door stating that construction would start on the 3rd floor and vehicles would be towed. A day later my vehicle was towed and I had to pay for a six day impound and a towing fee ($335). When I returned from my trip I saw several emails notifying me but there was no way to move my car. I can't imagine that 1 day is enough notice to tow someone's car? I spoke with management at my complex and they pretty much told me to piss off and they would never reimburse me (they are extremely mean). They said I should have parked on another level and should have anticipated the change. There was no notice prior to me leaving which was only a day before! I am not sure if I should reach out to the city code of compliance commissioner or not. Any advice is helpful and I really appreciate it.
My main concern is if they are allowed to change parking spots around with such a short notice (One Day). I am in Tampa, Florida. I would imagine that they are required to give 10 days notice or something before they just switch up all the spots.