BCSO is writing tickets and towing cars that aren’t properly parked, they announced in a Facebook post.

BOISE, Idaho — Boise County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) is reminding Robie Creek visitors to park appropriately or face consequences.

BCSO announced in a Facebook post that officers are writing tickets and towing cars that aren’t properly parked at the popular pathway.

The office reminds visitors that cars must be parked in designated spots. If your tires are barely on the pavement, it will be ticketed, said BCSO. If the tires are partially on the pavement, you may be ticketed or even towed. 

Parking tickets will be $116.50. The cost of towing is directed back to the vehicle owner. 

BCSO did a “fair amount” of ticketing over the weekend at Robie Creek. 

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BCSO is writing citations and towing cars that are parked on the pavement if your tires…

Posted by Boise County Sheriff’s Office on Sunday, June 23, 2024

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