Not only do these vehicles represent visual blight, they take up valuable parking spaces in some of our more impacted neighborhoods. And if they're in a driveway, this puts the property owner's usable vehicles onto the street, further affecting the neighborhood. Officers will issue a 72-hour warning on reported vehicles. If there is no response, the City will tow the offender. Inoperable vehicles on private property go through a more involved process of notification, but they can still be towed.