What can I do about cars that park in front of my house and never move?
Vehicles parked on public streets over 72 hours may be considered abandoned vehicles. By calling in the location and description of the vehicle to the Fort Bragg Police Department at (707) 964-0200, we will come out and check to ensure that the vehicle is not stolen and confirm that it is currently registered. The Officer will then place a warning notice on the vehicle. If the vehicle does not move at least 1/10th of a mile, the vehicle can be cited after 72 hours and ultimately towed away at the owners expense.

It is not unlawful to park a vehicle on a public street, even in front of your house, if it is legally parked, currently registered and moves every 72 hours.

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