What are the On-Street Parking Regulations?
In Portland, the following local restrictions apply:

* Unhitched trailers may not be left on a public street (Chapter 19-7, Code of Ordinances).
* Motor vehicles (other than trailers) of any type may not be left on a public street for more than 48 hours at a time. (Chapter 11-89, Code of Ordinances)
* Junked vehicles are not permitted anywhere in the city visible from a public right-of-way. For details on what constitutes a junked vehicle, refer to the full ordinance. (Chapter 11-110, Code of Ordinances)

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1. What phone number do I call for the Police?
2. How are Portland police officers trained
3. What is the requirement for display of my address?
4. Is there a teen curfew in Portland?
5. What is 2-1-1?
6. What is Code Red?
7. Where do I go to obtain a new driver license?
8. Do police officers have quotas for the number of citations they must write?
9. Do I need a permit for a block party?
10. How much is the alarm registration renewal charge?
11. What are the On-Street Parking Regulations?
12. Are there any parking bans in Portland?
13. Where can I find out about the laws related to parking?
14. Where do I report a streetlight or traffic light outage?
15. How can I get a "Slow - Children at Play" sign for my street?
16. How do I get a handicap parking permit?
17. How do I get a stop sign installed or the speed limit on my street lowered?
18. Can I contest a traffic ticket?
19. How do I file a police report?
20. Can I get a copy of the police officer's accident report?
21. Where do I register a Motor Vehicle?