We are thinking about renting a beach house in Encinitas for several days. On one night, we will likely have more cars than the house allows (but not more overnight guests than allowed). We have previewed the local residential streets in the area, and there are no signs posted restricting parking (overnight or otherwise) on the streets in the neighborhood. We've also checked local ordinances that seem to indicate no limitation on day or overnight parking if there are no signs prohibiting such (which there are not). However, the rental company agreement threatens a significant monetary penalty if neighbors complain of additional cars parked on what appear to be public residential streets with no signage preventing day or overnight street parking. It also seems that many beachgoers freely park on these streets. I would happily direct any overflow cars to paid parking options nearby (but there don't appear to be any), and I also don't see why our guests could not park on public residential streets (I get that the other residents don't like it, but the streets are not marked as permit only parking as many other beach communities are). Does anyone have any suggestions?