South Yuba River Parking Update
I’m Ed Smith, a Nevada City Personal Injury Lawyer. The summer season has made the South Yuba River in Nevada City a popular spot for friends and family to enjoy recreational activities together. However, officials of the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office have recently made changes to the designated parking areas for visitors coming to the river.
California State Parks and authorities from the Nevada County’s Sheriff’s Office have recently created a team effort to issue citations to any vehicles that are not parked in the designated parking areas. Vehicles that are illegally parked at the popular access areas of the South Yuba River will be subject to a parking violation ticket and possible towing removal. For this reason, the parking tickets are intended to keep the roadways clear for emergency vehicles to enter and exit in a safe and timely manner in case of an emergency.
South Yuba River Parking Tips
According to authorities, the designated parking area signs are placed and state the prohibited parking areas. It is recommended for all South Yuba River visitors to follow the rules and regulations of the park to avoid any consequences that can ruin a day of fun for friends and family. Theft can be a concern in the area so all visitors are advised to keep their vehicles locked and hiding their valuables.
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