I wonder if that law is ever enforced?
I hate people like this. The street is public property and I have heard 911 dispatchers over the scanner get laughed at by police saying call them back and tell them to grow up.
i see that out by me,also if you plow/shovel snow out in the street on the main road they will give you a fine.my buddy got out his john deer tractor and plowed snow out in street and a BMW hit the pile of snow and cracked his bumper and cracked fog lights.
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It's a Pennsylvania thing...our inner-city streets are insanely narrow, there's no parking whatsoever, most places don't have garages or parking lots or whatever...so you make do with what you have, I guess.
That's one of the only towns that I know of that specifically prohibits placing obstructions to save a parking spot after you've shoveled it out, although I'm sure cities have ordinances about blocking parking in general. It still happens, although this city is probably keeping up on citing people since they created an ordinance against it.
Shoveling into the street is a big no-no in PA, city, suburb, or otherwise. Again, narrow streets, plows can't get through, the snow can't take up the entire street, the list goes on
Lol Chicago had this a few years back and police started enforcing it pretty heavily (prob only for a month). I'd assume enforcement has fallen again.
They can at least shovel it to the sidewalk because I'm tired of people shoveling mounts of snow and ice into the middle of the street. It will take a nice solid piece of ice to break my bumper
here is the killer, you are not allowed to move snow back in to the street, okay I get it and understand why, however when you live in a city with on street parking, you not allow to shovel the snow onto the sidewalk either. The only place to put it is between your car and the ones in front and back of yours. Depending on the street and number of cars that space becomes very small.
What I have seen people do is find that one open parking spot and pile all the snow there... Now with fining people for blocking a parking spot, well it sometime hard to prove who the chair belongs to, expect of the idiot who put their address on the chair.
In my town, you not allow to plow your driveway into the street, again I get it, however, what I hate is the fact I clear my driveway with a snow blower and also part of the street in front of my house and the plow trucks or farm tracker comes by and pushing all the snow back into my driveway. I live on a cul-de-sac and they tend to pile all the snow at on the circle.
Last year with all the snow we go, after one storm and clearing my driveway during the night I wake up to find 4 ft of snow blocking my driveway from the plow.
Call the township and asked them what they were going to do about it, got the obvious answer which was nothing. I told them to read the ordinance and informed them that had the same responsibility as me, which is water and snow which is on my property can not be drained or mover to other private or public property. and since they own the streets they are also required to keep the snow off my private property when the plow the street.
Not sure if I had any affect but recently they are not plowing in peoples driveways.