Alternate Side Parking Schedule (through 9/15)
- Through July 25: ASP in effect
- July 27 - August 2: ASP suspended
- August 3 - August 14: ASP in effect
- August 15: ASP suspended for Feast of the Assumption
- August 17 - September 5: ASP in effect
All other parking rules remain in effect.
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.
ASP Reform Rules
On days when ASP is in effect, residential streets will not be cleaned more than once a week on each side.
If a side of a street has an ASP sign showing multiple days, street cleaning regulations will be in effect on that side of the street only on the latest day posted on the sign.
For example, if the ASP sign says the side of the street is cleaned on Mondays and Thursdays, you only have to move your car from that side of the street on Thursday.
There are no changes to:
- Streets that have just one day of ASP regulations on each side
- Commercial streets or metered areas
Learn more about Alternate Side Parking reform.
These new ASP reform rules will continue through Labor Day when ASP is in effect. The City will assess cleanliness conditions throughout the summer to decide whether to extend or modify the new rules after Labor Day.
When ASP is in effect on an Open Street, vehicles should leave the street and may return after ASP is over. If barriers are in place, they should be set up in a way that cars can drive around them. While driving in and out of the street, please watch for pedestrians and travel at 5 MPH.
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.