It does, and actually right now I've got an issue with one on Bloomington (that will likely wind up as an excuse not to do proper bike lanes) in the ward. The resident it was put up for died. The house has been sold, remodeled and sold again, and has a 2+ car garage and a parkable driveway. Might need to try to find out how to get rid of it.And if someone with mobility issues does need a parking spot in front of their house, then make it a handicap spot and put a set of signs in like I've seen in St Paul (idk if that is done in minneapolis).
Permit parking is also an option, or just not move to an urban area if driving and parking are that important to your mobility needs. There are lots of people with disabilities who can't drive at all who would *love* to take your place!
Right, and this is Ward 11. Not Uptown. Not the Wedge. Not that parking is even particularly hard in those places, but the ward is all housing. Even at 48th and Chicago, about as busy as the ward gets, I've never had to park farther than the next block over. Parking is just not an issue at all in the ward.