We live in the Admiral / Belvidere neighborhood. We live right on Admiral Way and have a spot for one car and park the other in the neighborhood. There are no parking signs and there is plenty of street parking as most houses have garages and there are very few if any apartment buildings or duplexes.
Today we found a very nasty note on our car that read: Dear Driver, This is not a park and ride. We the neighbors (guess I am not included as a neighbor although I live a 1/2 a block away) would appreciate if you would find another spot to park. Thank you for your corporation (yes they misspelled that word).
Needless to say it did not feel good to find that note on our car. So I ask the question - do people in West Seattle feel the parking space in front of their house belongs to them? Is this O.K with everyone?? Is this neighborly protocol? I would really like to know.