Police Continues To Enforce
Inoperable Vehicles Code
Prince George residents are reminded that the Police Department will continue with its plan to address inoperable vehicles and enforce County Code.
Police Chief Ed Frankenstein has put measures into place to insure that officers will be enforcing those vehicles that are inoperable at homes and businesses. Since May, 50 inoperable vehicle notices have been served.
Chief Frankenstein informed the Board of Supervisors at the September 11 meeting in a memorandum that over half of those citizens served went on to comply with the County Code. Twenty of the notices are still pending and summonses have been issued for non-compliance for four others and another four have been either been dismissed/complied with or cases continued.
“We will continue to look at neighborhoods where we receive the most complaints,” commented Chief Frankenstein. “This is part of the County Administration’s effort to beautify the County and make it more attractive for residents and visitors.”
Communities where notices have been served include Rivers Edge, Beechwood Manor, Birchette Estates, Rolling Meadows and Hidden Oaks.
Residents are asked to contact the Police Department if they are unsure about compliance or if they see a vehicle that is out of compliance with County Code. The non-emergency phone number is (804) 733-2773.