A vehicle is considered abandoned if it meets one of the following descriptions: on private property and over 3 years old, mechanically inoperable, and in a location visible from public property for 20 days OR on public property and partially dismantled or missing major mechanical parts OR on public property for a period of 3 days without being proven operable.
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- The inspector verifies the vehicle is considered abandoned according to Indiana State Law.
- The vehicle is ticketed with a red tag advising the owner that the vehicle must be proven operable or removed.
- If the vehicle owner has not complied within 72 hours, the vehicle is towed by contracted towing company.
- Neighborhood Services & Enforcement case is closed once vehicle is towed.
Click here to view Parking Guidelines and Abandoned Vehicle Brochure.
If you have an abandoned vehicle on your property and would like to sign a waiver permitting removal of the vehicle, please fill out this Waiver Form and submit it to our office.
Fax to: 574-235-7703
Mail/hand deliver to:Neighborhood Services & Enforcement
Attn: Vehicle Waiver
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227 W. Jefferson Blvd.
South Bend, IN 46601
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