COVID-19 has a tight grip on New York City. Who could have predicted this terrifying pandemic and who knows when it will release us?
Here are more resources for the challenging times we live in.
The How Can We Help You? Page of the NYC Website.
Alternate Side Parking Status
Trash Collections Status
Schools Closings Status
- COVID-19 Resources and Support
- Get Food NYC Food Delivery
- Get Cool Air Conditioner Program
- COVID-19 Health and Safety
- COVID-19 and City Life
- Find a Doctor
- Social Distancing Complaint
- Face Covering Violation
- Alternate Side Parking and Street Cleaning
- Noise from Neighbor
- Unemployment Insurance
- SNAP (Food Stamps)
- Home-Delivered Meals for Seniors
- ACCESS HRA
- Paid Safe and Sick Leave
The COVID-19 Resources and Support Page of the NYC Website
The COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions Page of the DOF Website
If you have received a parking ticket because you are not allowed to move your vehicle and were not able to comply with the alternate side of the street regulations, you may submit a medical defense via an online hearing if you include medical documentation as part of your evidence. Visit the following links to learn how to request a hearing:
Effective March 17, 2020, we will not be booting or towing vehicles until further notice. If your vehicle was booted or towed prior to March 17, please call (646) 517-1000 to make your payment.
DOF offers customers the ability to pay or dispute their parking tickets online without having to leave their homes. To ensure that you do not accrue penalties, please pay your parking ticket or request a hearing online. To pay your ticket online, visit www.nyc.gov/citypay. Visit the following links to learn how to request a hearing:
You also may use the Department of Finance’s Pay or Dispute mobile app to either pay or dispute your parking ticket electronically. The app is available from the Apple Store.
The Dispute a Ticket Page of the DOF Website
The time limits for submitting parking tickets and camera violations, hearing requests, and appeals have been suspended through June 5, 2020. You can still have a hearing by mail or an online hearing if you wish, but there will be no in-person hearings for parking tickets or camera violations until further notice. If you wish to have an in-person hearing, please check the DOF website or call 311 to confirm if in-person hearings have resumed.
As you probably know by now:
-School is closed for the rest of the academic year
-ASP Parking Rules have resumed temporarily
Stay strong. Be safe.