Prince George County has county ordinances regarding parking on county streets. All Perrywood single family homeowners are encouraged to follow the county ordinance for vehicle parking on the public streets.
Sec. 26-122. – Parking for longer than seventy-two hours prohibited.
(a)No person shall park or allow to stand any vehicle on any of the public streets or roadways in the County for a period in excess of seventy-two (72) hours.(b)Any person issued a citation for a violation of this Section shall be subject to a fine of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) for each violation.
(CB-51-1978; CB-111-1979; CB-20-1999)
Sec. 26-123. – Overnight and weekend parking of commercial buses, trailers, and trucks restricted; impounding; penalty.
(a)No person shall park any commercial bus, commercial trailer, or heavy commercial truck on any street or highway in the County, outside the corporate limits of any municipality.(b)This Section shall not apply to vehicles which are in the course of a commercial purpose and do not park for more than a two (2) hour period.(c)Any vehicle which is parked in violation of this Section shall be subject to being towed by the Police Department from such highway or street and impounded after it has been parked for a twenty-four (24) hour period. The impoundment of the vehicle shall be done pursuant to Division 18 of this Subtitle.(d)Any person issued a citation for a violation of this Section shall be subject to a fine of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) for each violation.(e)If any municipality in Prince George’s County shall adopt this Section as it may be amended from time to time and without modification, and request that the County enforce the provisions hereof within the corporate limits of such municipality, the County shall hereafter administer and enforce the provisions of this Section within such incorporated municipality.
(CB-51-1978; CB-18-1979; CB-111-1979; CB-72-1981; CB-124-1982; CB-2-1986; CB-81-1998; CB-20-1999; CB-79-2001; CB-81-2006)
Sec. 26-127.01. – Parking of unregistered motor vehicles or unregistered trailers.
(a)A vehicle for which two registration plates are required, one plate shall be attached on the front and the other on the rear of the vehicle.(b)No person shall park any unregistered motor vehicle or unregistered trailer upon the highways, roads, streets, or other public property in the County at any time.(c)Any person issued a citation for violation of this Section shall be subject to a fine of Sixty Dollars ($60.00) for each violation.
(CB-51-1978; CB-111-1979; CB-14-1985; CB-20-1999; CB-39-2011)