CARS parked illegally at this weekend's Lark in the Park will be ticketed or towed away, police have warned.
Traffic wardens will be patrolling the two-day event this weekend in Greenhead Park and are anticipating thousands of visitors.
And they hope that a plea to partygoers will mean few parking problems for them to tackle.
"Where the big problem lies is the fireworks spectacular," explained Glenis Burgess, arts unit manager for Kirklees Council.
The display attracts more than 5,000 people.
"People will just park anywhere. That happened last year."
She urged visitors to leave their vehicles in the Spring Grove and Springwood car parks and walk to the event.
Parking for the disabled is at the Park's top entrance, near the Junction pub.
Park Drive South and Gledholt Drive will both be coned off and not available for parking on either day.
Insp Richard Ogilvie, operational support inspector at Huddersfield, urged motorists to be considerate.
"We don't want people parking in front of people's drives and causing obstructions.
"Certainly on the Sunday it will be very busy."
"For the Mela and carnival last month, when similar restrictions were in place, we issued a number of tickets."
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