Angeles Community Policing
a grassroots 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization
Website address: http://www.LACP.org
Sir or Madam:
Thank you for your Letter to the Editor at LACP.org ...
We are not officially affiliated with LAPD or any other City
agency. We're simply a nonprofit grassroots organization.
But I'll try to answer your questions.
As far as I know, there are no restrictions on the number
of cars a person may own ... but there are limits on where
one can park cars in terms of time.
My understanding is that an auto can be legally parked on
a city street for up to 72 hours without it's needing to be
moved. After that it might be ticketed and eventfully towed.
But a car can be moved a short distance (one mile on the odometer?)
and returned to the same street where it can remain another
The parking enforcement people will know the exact rules ...
try this website:
The number of residents in a private home is a matter of public
health and not a police matter. However there may be rules
that apply in a rental property ...
Hope this has helped.
Yours in service,
LA Community Policing
323 / 225-6393
........"Community Policing ...
it's everyone's issue"