Highlands and Islands Police Division report on their facebook page.
"Police in Nairn have recently received an increase in complaints regarding illegal or inconsiderate parking in and around the Nairn town centre area.
Police Scotland would like to remind motorists to ensure that when parking their vehicle, they avoid obstructing carriageways, footpaths or pedestrian crossings and that they comply with the requirements of the Road traffic Regulation Act 1984. Parking violations can carry a £30 non-endorseable fixed penalty fine.
Police Scotland are committed to keeping people safe and promoting road safety awareness and, together with our Traffic Warden colleagues and other partner agencies, have commenced an operation to tackle these issues through a period of education and enforcement.
Police and partners will also proactively engage with the various businesses and retailers in Nairn to ensure that, where possible, deliveries are made so as to reduce any unnecessary obstruction or congestion.
Residents are encouraged to promptly report any parking issues to the local authority or to Police on 101 if instances of dangerous or obstructive parking should occur."