City of Lincoln
10.32.220 Parking; Vehicles Overhanging Adjacent Property or Parked in Sidewalk Space.

It shall be unlawful for any person to park or place, or cause to be parked or placed:

    (a) any motor vehicle or other vehicle on any private property in such a manner that the vehicle overhangs the street, including that space between the curb line and the lot line, or in such a manner that the vehicle overhangs adjacent property, or

    (b) any motor vehicle or other vehicle upon any part of the sidewalk space (i.e. that space between the curb line and the lot line), unless the owner or occupant of the real estate abutting such space shall have obtained a permit from the Director of Public Works and Utilities on or before May 31, 1967, to use that area for parking purposes. It shall be unlawful for any motor vehicle or other vehicle when parked on such permitted area to be parked other than in accordance with the markings and limitations hereinafter provided in Section 10.32.230.

    (c) Notwithstanding (a) and (b) above, it shall be lawful for the occupant of a single-family dwelling abutting the sidewalk space on a non-arterial street in the R-1, R-2, R-3, R-4, R-5, R-6, R-7, or R-8 residential district to use such space abutting his or her dwelling for parking a passenger car, van, or pickup truck under the following conditions:

         (1) The passenger car, van, or pickup truck shall be parked on such space perpendicular to the curb;

         (2) Ingress and egress to such parking area shall be by means of a curb cut existing as of July 1, 1997;

         (3) The parking area shall be hard surfaced or graveled;

         (4) The width of the parking area shall not exceed the width of the curb cut at its intersection with the sidewalk.

         (5) The passenger car, van, or pickup truck shall be parked in such a manner that the vehicle is four feet from the curb line and four feet from the sidewalk; The Director of Public Works and Utilities is hereby authorized to prohibit or restrict such parking by placing appropriate signs, marks, lines, signals, or other traffic control devises indicating the existence of such prohibition or restriction and it shall be unlawful for any person to operate, stop, park, or leave such vehicle in violation of such traffic control devices. (Ord. 17293 §1; February 17, 1998: prior Ord. 16951 §73; March 11, 1996: Ord. 15641 §22; July 9, 1990: P.C. §10.28.260: Ord. 9201 §1; April 10, 1967: Ord. 8282 §30; December 16, 1963: Ord. 5699 §625, as amended by Ord. 7283; August 29, 1960).

Chapter 10.32