Montgomery County, Maryland Parking Enforcement
During the summer months, some of the residential streets, including streets in Kentlands, have a parking shortage near community swimming pools and recreational facilities. We just received a phone call from a home owners association asking about parking regulations. Residents and visitors need to be alert to avoid parking fines or towing.
The Police Department looks for the citizens of our communities to observe and comply with all parking laws of Montgomery County. Most fines are $50.00 for each offense and the vehicle could also be subject to tow and storage fees. This is a list of the most applicable parking laws as provided by the Police Department.
Montgomery County Code Enforcement Wording
31-12 No Parking Anytime in violation of Official sign
31-14 Parking of commercial vehicle/recreational vehicle in a residential area in violation of the law
31-17 No Parking within 35 feet of an intersection/intersecting roadway
31-18 No Parking within 5 feet of a driveway
31-20b1 No Parking within 15 feet of a fire hydrant
31-20 b10 No Parking opposite to the flow of traffic (left wheels to the curb)
Please contact Deputy District Commander Lt. Ron Hardy at 240-773-6209 or email@example.com if you have parking enforcement questions. If you see a parking infraction that poses an immediate danger, please contact the Police non-emergency at 301-279-8000.
If you have questions as to why a "No Parking Anytime" or a "Fire Lane" sign is posted, please feel free to contact Assistant Fire Marshal Marie LaBaw at 240-773-8917.
Posted on ActiveRain as a community service.
It might be a good time to leave your automobile in the garage and take a photowalk through your community. Enjoy the blooming flowers and meet your neighbors.
Tangerine Gerbera Daisy, Kentlands, Spring Flowers IMG_0658
Photograph by Roy Kelley using a Canon PowerShot G11 camera.
Roy and Dolores Kelley Photographs