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Old 08-29-2007, 08:32 PM
 
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We are considering a house south of Sunrise Hwy in RVC. It is the Oceanside School District. We have 2 ?'s. Is there a no parking rule on all streets in RVC? If so, where do people have visitors park if they can't fit in the driveway? Is that a rule 7days a week, no exceptions? We're just curious.

The other is RVC is an incorporated village so we are told it has it's own utilities and we would not have to be tortured by LIPA. Is this as big a bonus as the realtors are saying? Does anyone know how much they approximately save living in RVC having their utilities rather than thru LIPA?

Thank you!
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Old 08-29-2007, 11:50 PM
 
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We have 2 ?'s. Is there a no parking rule on all streets in RVC? If so, where do people have visitors park if they can't fit in the driveway? Is that a rule 7days a week, no exceptions? We're just curious.

hank you!
Yes, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. It doesn't matter if you have 5 drivers in your house with cars and only room for 3. Then you cannot have the other two parking on the street at night. If you have a visitor over and you cannot fit the car in your driveway, you would have to go to the police station and sign the car in for the night, so they know it will be out there and not ticket it. But they may limit you on how often you are allowed to do this. Some villages have limits and once you exceed that limit, you lose your priveledge. This is in order to cut down on llegal rentals in homes. Very good for property values and quality of life and upkeep of the neighborhood. Try looking at their village code (if it is on their town website) or call their police dept to see how often you may be allowed to have a car stay out overnight.
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Old 09-03-2009, 06:21 AM
 
Location: Rockville Centre
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The two prior posts were made some time ago, but if anyone is still reading this thread, I just wanted to add that Rockville Centre parking ordinances prohibit parking on the streets between 3 AM and 5 AM. So if you have guests outside of those hours, they are perfectly welcome to park their cars in our streets.

If the cars will remain overnight, you would need to notify the police. We really like this policy because it makes it easy to get the streets plowed in winter and also because it cuts down on crime.
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