Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Exeter Village Marshal Requests Compliance on Parked Vehicles

Exeter Village Marshal

202 S. Exeter Ave.

Exeter, NE 68351

In light of some recent complaints, the Village of Exeter and the Exeter Village Marshal’s Office would like to remind the residents of Exeter of the laws involving parked vehicles. Here are a few:

  • Unregistered vehicles or vehicles with plates more than thirty days past expiration may not be parked on public streets. (State Statue 60-3,164)
  • Vehicles may be considered abandoned after 96 hours or less on public streets and 7 days on private property. (State Statute 60-1901)
  • No vehicle may be parked in one place for more than 48 hours on any public street within the Village of Exeter. (Village Ord. 5-509)
  • Non-Operating or wrecked vehicles may not be left sitting in the open for more than 30 days on any property within the Village of Exeter unless a hobbyist permit has been issued by the village. (Village Ord. 6-323)

The Exeter Village Marshal’s office would like to encourage the residents of Exeter to begin moving any vehicles that are inoperable into a garage, behind privacy fencing, or removing them altogether. The marshal’s office will be giving residents a reasonable amount of time for voluntary compliance before taking further enforcement actions. If such vehicles are not removed, violators will be notified and additional actions will be taken.


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