It is against the law to park at any place on a street where a traffic control sign prohibits parking, which includes stopping a vehicle even if the vehicle remains occupied. It does not include a vehicle that is stopped very briefly for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers. If you received a ticket for this violation, you were parked or stopped where a sign prohibits parking.
There are several types of signs restricting parking at all times or some portion of time.
Some of these signs may be reserving a space for vehicles that deliver or perform service work at certain facilities or perform other necessary functions throughout the city. Some examples of signs restricting parking are:
The following signs prohibit parking at certain times of the day on certain days of the week.
The sign below prohibits parking near schools on school days, except to pick up or drop off students.
There is no parking in the space to the left of the sign in the photo below during the hours posted except on Sundays and holidays.
Below, these spaces on the Hill (
Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 July 2012 08:51