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Police Department Reminds RV, Boat and Trailer Owners About Residential Parking

Summer is here and that means people are pulling their recreational vehicles and boats out of storage and getting them ready for the travel over the next few months. The Susanville Police Department is reminding residents that long-term parking of these large vehicles on local streets can clog residential areas and create a hazard.

“We receive an increasingly amount of complaints of R.V.’s, boats and travel trailers parked for extended periods of time on residential streets,” explains Susanville Police Chief Kevin Jones.

“The SPD will continue to respond when available to these calls for service and place notices on these vehicles.”

“At times these toys clog parking in congested residential areas,” said Jones. “They might even reduce visibility and may cause a hazard for pedestrians.”

The department is encouraging everyone to do their best to keep their boats, trailers and R.V.’s out of residential parking areas for extended periods of time.

“We will do our best to attempt to contact owners if a complaint is received and inform them of the parking ordinances in the City. We thank everyone for their cooperation in dealing with these complaints.”

Jeremy Couso
Jeremy Couso Publisher/Editor
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