The riding toys at Burbank's Lincoln Park aren't going anywhere just yet.
The City Council on Tuesday asked officials to hold off on plans to remove the growing collection of used toys — which were scheduled for removal Wednesday — from the park after local parents put up a fight, arguing that the toys are made for kids and are often monitored by park-goers.
Park officials had asked parents earlier this month, via a sign posted on the playground gate, to remove all park toys before Wednesday.
The move came after landscaping crews working in the area reported a large number of riding toys in the park to city officials. Then, park officials and the city attorney deemed them a safety hazard, according to city spokesman Drew Sugars.
The collection includes dozens of used dump trucks, fire trucks and Disney-themed children's cars that parents have left behind over the years.