Approx a year ago the city put in a new sidewalk in front of my house but the road is narrow and only parking is on my side so no sidewalk on the house across the streets. Last weekend a new homeowner moved in across the street from me. At the busiest of times they have 5-6 cars parked in the double wide driveway and a car, sometimes two on their lawn. So at least a few times per day there's a least a car or two associated with that house parked in front of my house. Now the sidewalk is the new type that has a little lawn in between it and the street. So today a man and a baby came to see I think the daughter who lives in the new house across the street and parked in front of my house but nobody was home. So the man and the baby got out of the car and ended up sitting on the lawn closest to my house to get shade for the baby I assume. Now I'm not a jerk so I'm not going to go out and ask him to move out of the shade with a baby in tow but just curious about my rights as a homeowner with a sidewalk in front of my home. I assume that was trespassing but would it also be trespassing or loitering if the individual just hung out (without the baby) on my sidewalk? Also do I own the land on the other side of the sidewalk, the part in between the road and the sidewalk? What if someone setup a picnic there or just sat there for a bit? Just curious because the city just put in the sidewalk a year ago and with these new neighbors and the amount of cars they have around all the time makes me think that it maybe a continued issue.