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All on-street meters, Residential Permit Only restrictions, 1-hour and 2-hour time-limit restrictions in non-metered areas, and Street sweeping and Clean Streets-Clean Lakes program parking restrictions are temporarily suspended through Sunday, April 26th, unless otherwise noticed. This amends the previous notice which was scheduled to expire April 6th, and expands the suspension of on-street parking restrictions to include Street Sweeping and Clean Streets-Clean Lakes restrictions.
Effective immediately, the following on-street parking restrictions are suspended city-wide through Sunday, April 26th or until otherwise noticed, and will not be enforced:

  • On-street meters (time limits and fees are suspended)
  • Residential Permit Only
  • 1-hour and 2-hour time-limits in non-metered areas
  • Street sweeping and Clean Streets-Clean Lakes program restrictions

All other parking restrictions must be followed.

Reminder of what to remember to avoid a citation:

  • You cannot park in posted “No Parking” areas (marked with paint, signs and hoods). These are still valid and enforceable.
  • Vehicles are still required to move every 48 hours, or could be considered abandoned and subject to citation and towing.
  • Vehicles still need to allow City services to complete their work, including garbage collection.
  • Hangtags are still required to park in designated Dis/Vet stalls.
  • Do not park in marked Metro Bus stops.
  • Do not block fire hydrants.
  • Please leave loading zones free for day-to-day business needs from 8am – 6pm, Monday-Friday.
  • All off-street garages and lots are operating as normal and will still require payment.

Information about the Parking Division can be found at: