Venice residents can expect to get a ticket on their windshield if they don’t comply with parking signs.
In March, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti relaxed parking enforcement across the city of Los Angeles as part of the emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Citations were halted for several types of parking violations.
However, beginning Thursday, October 15, parking enforcement will fully resume across the city of Los Angeles. To avoid getting a ticket, residents need to be mindful of the change.
What you need to know
Traffic officers will start handing out $73 street sweeping enforcement tickets. Enforcement of rules pertaining to abandoned and oversize vehicles, overnight restrictions, peak-hour and anti-gridlock zones, and expired registrations also will resume today.
The impounding of vehicles that serve as dwellings will be delayed while the city comes up with a “next step” plan.
In a Facebook post sent out by Councilmember Mike Bonin, Bonin stated that the City will not tow or impound any vehicles being used as a dwelling, and will give a two-week grace period for expired parking permits in preferential parking districts.
Most parking enforcement in the City of Los Angeles will resume tomorrow, October 15.LADOT Official will begin…
He also said the City is offering discounts for early payment, payment plans, or penalty waivers for people experiencing economic hardship, and is creating a “late fee amnesty” program for people who have suffered job loss.
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