Alternate Side Parking (ASP) returned on June 29 with the rule that if signs posted 2 or more days only the last day was in effect. However if there
was only one day on the sign, that day was still in effect.
Tuesday between 9:30 a.m.–11 a.m. is the street cleaning time for the south side of Conselyea Street, and on Tuesday, July 21, there was a line of a dozen ticketed cars along the street. One couple was flabbergasted at the sight of their ticket; they hadn’t realized the sign was in effect.
The extent of enforcing the sign with citations before this week is unknown, but several streets reported a slew of ticketed cars this week.
To add confusion or relief or both, the do-I-don’t-I ASP yo-yo will be on the don’t side July 27–August 2 according to this tweet:
UPDATE: #NYCASP rules will be suspended for one week starting Monday, July 27 through Sunday, August 2. Parking meters will remain in effect.
— NYC Alt Side Parking (@NYCASP) July 24, 2020
For more dates when ASP won’t be in effect: Alternate Side Parking Suspension Calendar.
Amended rules pertain to residential “side streets” and not to commercial areas. Daily sweeping regulations in metered areas will not change, and New York Dept. of Sanitation (DSNY) will continue cleaning streets with posted No Standing, No Stopping, and No Parking regulations as needed.
On days when ASP is in effect, residential streets will not be cleaned more than once a week on each side.Parking meters also remain in effect throughout the City except on Sundays. On Sundays, ASP is not in effect and you don’t have to pay parking meters..
Note that these rules could change again after Labor Day. This web page states, “The City will continue with these amended ASP regulations through Labor Day 2020 and assess cleanliness conditions throughout the summer to decide whether to extend or modify the new rules post-Labor Day.”
Any New Yorker under isolation who has received a ticket can request a hearing with the Department of Finance and should provide medical documentation or testimony, which will be taken into consideration when their case is reviewed. To learn how to dispute a parking ticket, visit the Parking Ticket or Camera Violation Dispute page
Article originally published on July 24, 2020