City To Post No Overnight Parking Signs

No-overnight-parkingThe City of San Luis Obispo would like to inform you that during February staff will post overnight camping prohibition signs in key and visible areas in the public right-of-way.

On October 2nd, 2012 the City Council adopted amendments to Title 10 of the City Municipal Code prohibiting the parking of vehicles for the purposes of overnight camping on City streets & City owned parking areas as part of a settlement agreement with the SLO Homeless Alliance.

The signs, necessary to provide public notice, are being installed at City entrances and other key locations over the course of the next two weeks.  The installation locations are consistent with a sign plan that was reviewed and approved by the Court.

Vehicles found in violation of this prohibition will also be issued a one-time direct warning prior to any further citations for this prohibition.