Read the cheery welcoming message from the Commissioner of Concrete. See? He’s gunning for you, sidewalk parkers.
The DSP operates in District 11, but you can find examples of sidewalk parking all over town. As seen in District 5 on Ashbury Street:
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NB: When this self-appointed “commissioner” talks of getting an offending vehicle “removed” he means towed away – towed away with extreme prejudice. Anybody who calls in a tow on a sidewalked-parked car on his or her own street should be prepared for possible blowback. (Those who live in or rent out illegal in-law apartments might very well get ratted out by an irate sidewalk parker, just saying.) Anonymity recommended.
Is it my hobby to ferret out sidewalk parkers and then call DPT at (415) 553-1200 for the ticket /towaway patrol? No.
On the other hand, do I support homeowners who think they own the sidewalk in front of their homes? No.
Can one person change the culture of sidewalk parking in one section of San Francisco via a persistent campaign? Yes, it’s possible.
Bon Courage, San Francisco Department of Sidewalk Parking!
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