May I park on the sidewalk?
Parking on or across a sidewalk is prohibited, even if you are parked in your own private driveway. Parking in the area between the sidewalk and the curb line is also prohibited. We enforce this ordinance because we don’t want our pedestrians to have to walk into the street to walk around vehicles that are blocking the sidewalk. It is of special concern when a parent pushing a baby stroller or a person in a wheelchair has to enter into the roadway to avoid a vehicle blocking the sidewalk. For this reason, we enforce this ordinance.

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1. What is the 24hr parking rule?
2. Which areas are limited to two-hour parking?
3. May I park on the sidewalk?
4. What does a yellow curb indicate?
5. Is it legal to block a private drive?
6. What areas may have restricted parking?
7. What are the restrictions to parking downtown?
8. My vehicle has been towed from a private lot. Who do I contact?
9. How do I pay a parking ticket?