Can I park my car across the sidewalk if it is in my driveway?
No. Vehicles are not supposed to be parked in such a way as to block pedestrians using the sidewalk for its intended purposes - this is a violation of city code and can subject the owner of the vehicle to a citation.

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1. Can I park my car across the sidewalk if it is in my driveway?
2. If I am concerned about code violations, what should I do?
3. What do I need to know about garage sales?
4. What should I consider when planting trees on my property?
5. How many vehicles can a residence have?
6. What are the rules on yard maintenance?
7. Where can I park my RV/Camper on my property?
8. Where can I park my boat or cargo/utility trailer on my property?
9. Are commercial vehicles allowed to be stored/parked in my neighborhood?
10. What do I need to know about garage sales?
11. Can I plant trees between the sidewalk and roadway?
12. What are the requirements for address numbers? They are on my mail box, is that enough?
13. What are the rules for the household garbage container (HOBO)?
14. What can I store in my carport, front porch or in my yard?
15. Who can I contact regarding a foreclosed/abandoned house in my neighborhood?