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Police Department Enforcing Parking Regulations Within City Limits

The Susanville Police Department has been busily enforcing parking regulations within the city limits and are offering reminders for residents who may not be well-versed in the city’s rules.

If you are an employer in the uptown area, and your employees currently park in limited-time spaces with 2-hour parking from 9:00a.m. until 6:00p.m., weekdays, the city asks that you please remind them that officers will be chalking, checking and ticketing vehicles that violate that 2-hour parking.

If you are an apartment owner in the uptown area, please advise your tenants of the parking restriction.

The Police Department reminds residents that there is a 72-hour parking restriction in town for vehicles parked on the city streets. RV’s, boats, campers and other vehicles will be tagged if left on the road for extended periods of time.

Vehicles with major components like engines, transmissions, or tires missing, or with registrations expired for more than six-months will be towed immediately.

Any vehicle with a non-op certificate will also be towed immediately if left on the street.

According to details of the parking enforcement program provided by the department, this enforcement is an attempt to keep Susanville’s streets clean and safe. It will also make it easier to clear the streets when the snowplows are once again needed.

Jeremy Couso
Jeremy Couso Publisher/Editor
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