Be courteous to the neighbors when parking. Do not block driveways or mailboxes. Lincoln Municipal Ordinances require you to park at least five feet away from the curb cut out of a privae driveway.
Obstructing Private Driveways.
Except as otherwise provided herein, it shall be unlawful for any person to stop or park any vehicle so as to obstruct a private driveway in any manner which includes stopping or parking any vehicle within five feet of the outer portion of a curb cut on a private driveway;
It shall be unlawful for any person except in the case of an emergency, to park or leave
standing any motor vehicle in or upon any median, median crossover, or median opening,
Parking Not to Obstruct Street Intersections or Sidewalks.
It shall be unlawful for any person, except in case of accident or emergency, to stop any
vehicle within any street intersection or alley entrance, or in such location as to obstruct any street crossing, sidewalk, crosswalk, or alley entrance.
Parking Near Street Intersections.
Except when in compliance with the directions of a police officer or official traffic control
device, it shall be unlawful for any person to park, place, or leave standing any vehicle upon a street or highway within twenty-five feet of the approach to any traffic stop sign or signal, and upon a street or highway within twenty-five feet of a crosswalk, or if none, then within twenty-five feet of the intersection of property lines at an intersection of any street or highway.
Parking Near Fire Hydrant.
It shall be unlawful for any person to park any vehicle except a bicycle within fifteen feet
of a fire hydrant; provided, however, that the Director of Public Works
and Utilities may, by rules and regulations, designate such space as a loading zone, and when so designated, vehicles shall be parked in such a manner as may be prescribed in such rules and regulations.