City of Alexandria to Resume Parking Enforcement on July 20
For Immediate Release: July 8, 2020
The City of Alexandria will resume enforcement of residential parking zones, weekend meters, and other parking regulations beginning Monday, July 20. Enforcement has been temporarily suspended since March in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
On July 20, the City will resume enforcement of the following parking restrictions:
Time restrictions for the general public in residential parking permit zones (signs in these zones include the language “residential permit exempt”).
Saturday time restrictions and meter fees on blocks with pay stations (time restrictions and meter fees on blocks with pay stations will continue to be enforced on weekdays).
Time restrictions for street sweeping (signs pertaining to these restrictions prohibit parking during a one-hour window on a particular day of the week).
The prohibition against parking on the street for more than 72 hours.
The requirement to display a valid state inspection sticker.
The City suspended enforcement of these parking regulations to assist vehicle owners who were working from home, caring for others, or trying to ensure the flow of goods and services. As Virginia continues to reopen and state COVID-19 related restrictions are being lifted, the City has determined that it is now appropriate to resume normal parking enforcement.
To give residents, visitors and workers adequate time to adjust their parking routines, the City is giving advance notice before parking tickets are issued to cars in violation of posted restrictions. Residents who are still unable to move their vehicles on a regular basis may apply for an exemption of the City’s 72-hour rule.
To encourage continued physical distancing, temporary signed curbside pickup zones will remain in place at this time.
For inquiries from the news media only, contact Andrea Blackford, Senior Communications Officer, at email@example.com or 703.746.3959.
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This news release is available at alexandriava.gov/116573.