NYC alternate side parking rules resume Monday, mayor says

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Alternate side parking is back in effect starting Monday
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NEW YORK — New York City’s alternate side parking regulations resume next week, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Friday.

The rules go into effect beginning Monday, July 20.

The mayor also reminded New Yorkers about the amended street cleaning rules.

If a street has multiple alternate side parking days, people only need to move their vehicle on the last day posted on sign.

For instance, if a side of a street has a sign that says residents need to move their car on Tuesday and Friday, they will just have to move it on Friday.

There are no changes if streets that have just one day of ASP regulations on each side and commercial streets or metered areas.

Parking meters also remain in effect throughout the city, except on Sundays.

Alternate side parking was suspended on March 18 as city and state officials began to enforce strict rules under the New York PAUSE plan to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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