City-Wide Yard Sale on May 22 and 23 - Updated with Maps!

Yard saleUPDATED 05/21/21:
The city-wide yard sale is this weekend! The forecast is showing higher temperatures for both days with a chance of thunderstorms on Sunday. 

Over 200 homes are participating in this year's sale! Click the link below to view a map of all the participating homes! To see photos of items being sold and see tips for sellers and buyers, please visit the city-wide yard sale Facebook group managed by resident Kim Martin. 



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The City of Lincoln Park wishes to offer citizens a City-Wide Yard Sale weekend. Mayor and Council hereby establish May 22 and 23 as the dates for a City Wide Yard Sale weekend in the City of Lincoln Park. Residents may host a yard sale at their home on these two days without obtaining a permit or paying a fee. However, all participants must observe the following established regulations:
  1. No posting of signs on public property (Chapter 830.06)
  2. Comply with all MDHHS safety requirements
  3. Subject to cancellation if required by order of the MDHHS
Chapter 830.06 states:
a. Signs advertising a sale regulated by this chapter may be erected or placed on the premises of the sale beginning on the first day of the sale and shall be removed immediately at the end of the third day.
b. No sign may be placed on the City easement between the sidewalk and the curb.
c. Signs advertising a sale regulated by this chapter may be placed on the applicant's vehicle, which is legally parked on the City streets, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., after which time the signs must be removed from the vehicle. At no time will these signs interfere with any vehicle visibility.
d. No sign shall be in excess of six square feet and no sign shall be illuminated in any manner whatsoever, except incidentally by street lights or house lights.
e. The posting of a garage sale, yard sale, or basement sale signs is not considered to be display advertising, as otherwise defined in these Codified Ordinances or in the traffic control orders of the City.