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Old 06-30-2015, 10:46 AM
 
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Hello,

We will be moving to Roseville and having UPack deliver our ReloCube, do I need to get a permit from the City of Roseville for having it on the street for about 6 days? We're not in a gated community so I don't believe their is a HOA. Just don't want to be surprised with a fine. New resident of Roseville and California for that matter so not too familiar. I've searched the city's website but not able to find an answer.

Thanks for your time and your help!
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Old 06-30-2015, 02:44 PM
 
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Hello,

We will be moving to Roseville and having UPack deliver our ReloCube, do I need to get a permit from the City of Roseville for having it on the street for about 6 days?
Roseville, like most communities around here, has a 72 hour parking limit on public streets. The best practice is to park pods or cubes on your driveway, where it can stay just about indefinitely.
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Old 07-01-2015, 01:05 AM
 
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Roseville, like most communities around here, has a 72 hour parking limit on public streets. The best practice is to park pods or cubes on your driveway, where it can stay just about indefinitely.
As stated 72 hours is generally the time allotted for street parking, however I don't think public works departments are too keen on having them sit in the street. I would store it in the driveway, not blocking the sidewalk, and only keep it there for unloading purposes for a couple of days max. Storage containers like that usually aren't really allowed to be kept in your driveway permanently, but if you live in a city where code enforcement is complaint driven then it's kind of a non-issue.

The City wouldn't issue a permit for having a pod in the street. They would tell you to put it in the driveway.
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