Roswell police will not ticket or tow most abandoned vehicles parked on city streets during the city’s emergency response to the coronavirus. AJC FILE
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Roswell police will not tow most vehicles during coronavirus emergency 

Roswell police will not ticket or tow most abandoned vehicles parked on city streets during the city’s emergency response to the coronavirus.

The police department issued a statement, Monday, saying that unless a parked vehicle blocks emergency services or equipment such as a fire hydrant; or a driveway in a residential neighborhood, it will not be towed.

Police have received several complaints regarding abandoned vehicles.

In ordinary times, in Roswell, it’s illegal to leave a parked car on city streets for more than 12 hours. 

Roswell declared a state of emergency on March 17. City offices, parks and facilities have been closed and restaurants are limited to takeout and delivery only. 

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