Last Updated on June 23, 2021 by Lawrence Berezin
On New Year’s Eve, you gotta obey all the parking rules and pay the meters
Please, don’t let the Evil Empire fool you into believing that New Year’s Eve is a parking holiday in NYC because it’s not! Be vigilant and don’t let Warriors or Cops ambush you and grab your hard-earned dough.
- Don’t forget, a parking sign regulates the curb space in the direction of the arrow(s) to the next parking sign or the end of the block
- There only has to be one parking sign on an entire NYC block. That means you may park your chariot at one end of the block and it may be regulated by a parking sign on the other end of a block
- A bus stop starts at the bus stop sign and extends in the direction of the arrow(s) until the next parking sign or the end of the block
- You gotta park more than 15 feet from a fire hydrant
I wish all the wonderful people that subscribe to Larry’s Blog a healthy and prosperous 2020. For the couple of days that remain in 2019, keep your eyes on the parking signs and your money in your wallet.
Here’s a link to the brand new 2020 Alternate Side Parking Rules Suspension Calendar
Please, no donations to the Evil Empire’s holiday fund!
PS… New Year’s Day is a full-blown, major legal parking holiday in NYC! Enjoy the benefits:
- You don’t have to obey parking signs unless they are in effect all days
- You don’t have to pay the meters
- Alternate Side Rules are suspended