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Alternate Side Parking (ASP) Update

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Beginning July 5, 2022 alternate side parking regulations for street cleaning will be restored to pre-pandemic frequency as posted on the signage throughout the City. Street sweeping was reduced to one day per week on most residential streets during the Covid-19 pandemic. Two day per week street sweeping will be restored as of 7/5/22.

When ASP is in effect, you can’t park on the side of the street that is being cleaned. Move your vehicle during the posted street cleaning regulations. The rules apply for the entire time posted on the sign, even if a street sweeper has passed.

You can look up the ASP rules on street cleaning signs on specific streets by using the Parking Sign Locator map and you can learn more about ASP here.

What are the benefits of street cleaning?

Environmental justice begins at the street level, and clean streets are vital to vibrant neighborhoods and our city’s economic recovery. Mechanical sweeping is the most cost-effective and efficient means of street cleaning! Mechanical brooms pick up several thousand pounds of litter and debris each day and are key components of a comprehensive public health and environmental justice program. Without this brief period of curb access, litter and debris build up causing a cleanliness problem and polluting our waterways.

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