Shoveling out 2 ft of snow is a lot of work! Especially after it has drifted and 2 ft has become 3 or 4 ft! Once you’ve done all that hard work, you don’t want someone else capitalizing on it by taking your spot when you’re at work.
As I mentioned in a previous post, the city allows you to save your space for up to 48 hours, though typically the saving lasts much longer.
Here are some of the interesting things people are using to mark “their” parking spots in the neighborhood.
Gallery Updated 11:00 a.m. 1/29/2015
rummaged through the garbage for a space saver
what happens on trash day?
beware, a guy was caught last year loading metal space savers into his truck to take to the scrap yard
“proper” space saver?
not planning to work the next couple of days
don’t have to worry about this one being taken
there is a danger in leaving something too nice
someone was distracted and never started shoveling
cute snow collector
is something missing?
this was hard to part with
a little too camouflaged
so nice they match
somebody misses summer
did they shovel it out or sweep it out?
is this used in the summer too?
it is good to keep a pallet handy for a snow day
hopefully fluffy is not inside!
why upside down?
is this the secret to an awesome spot with no shoveling involved?
so the cone doesn’t get run over again
what is this!?
“me thinks” this won’t be used again
this looks a little too official…
in case someone walking by is hungry
not sure how this one has stayed in place!
O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree
tee time anyone?
Which space saver is your favorite?