Omaha Police conduct towing operation
The Omaha Police Department will be carrying out a tow operation next week.
According to the OPD, officials will begin looking for unlicensed, unregistered vehicles and dead warehouse vehicles (vehicles that do not move after being parked on the street for over 48 hours) starting Monday, Jan. 11. According to police, unlicensed vehicles parked on the city streets that do not display valid dealer transit stickers must be towed immediately. Vehicles found dead must also be towed. Vehicles parked in prohibited places, e.g. B. on a sidewalk or on a sidewalk, can be provided with a ticket or towed.
According to the OPD, officials were and are aimed at vehicles or vehicle parts that were stored on private property and violate city regulations, e.g. B. when they are not parked on a paved surface or not working properly. In these cases, police say the officers leave the residence a “harassment note” stating that the violation must be addressed within 10 days. Vehicles on private property that are believed to pose an imminent threat to public health or safety, e.g. B. on jacks, can be towed immediately.
The Omaha Police Department state that this notice is being provided to enable vehicle owners to comply with city vehicle registration ordinances and possibly prevent their vehicle from being towed.