Northglenn reminds residents that broken down vehicles are illegal in public view | Crime
A common city violation that residents should be aware of is the city’s Illegal Vehicle Ordinance.
Northglenn Municipal Ordinance 11-46-2 requires that all vehicles in public view, whether on public or private property, be operable (road worthy) and display a valid license plate with current tags.
Vehicles that do not meet these requirements may be stored in an enclosed building or behind a 6-foot, non-transparent fence on an approved hard surface. Only three illegal vehicles may be stored behind a fence at each property.
If you have an Illegal vehicle that you no longer use or is too costly to fix, a possible solution may be to donate the vehicle to a worthy cause.Many charitable organizations accept vehicle donations and may even come and tow it away for free. This not only helps the charity, but the donation is tax deductible.
If you have any questions, please contact Neighborhood Services at 303-450-8744.
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