After seeing Judy's lot, I felt the need to counter her situation with my own. I'm quite proud of what I found ten years ago in a city where the average lot size is 6,000 SF. Mine is almost twice that size. That said, 75% of my lot is unusable space in the front yard. I just can't see growing veggies in the front yard.
At the bottom middle of the image it shows the triangular section on the side of my house that we transformed into Sinfonian's SFG. It's only a tiny portion of my yard in front of my garage and right next to my property line, but it's a great spot for me to get away from my hectic life and do something great for my family.
Of course in this view the garden wasn't built, but at least the sidewalks were in, which beats Google Earth. But what you can see is that my backyard gets great sun until the sun moves behind the 100+ foot trees that makes up the green belt behind the house on the bottom left. That's mostly concerning for my blueberries and potato bins. They still get full sun, but it's less than optimal. Oh, and if I had my way I'd remove the tree in the bottom right as well, but that's my neighbors and he's cool.
So I'm growing everything that I can in my 130 SF of garden space. Now if only the weather would get better and let my seeds get to it... Now back to drool over Judy's lot...