An NYC Parking Holiday from NYC parking tickets
When New Year’s Day falls on a Sunday, the driving public wins a second NYC Parking Holiday on Monday, January 2. This means:
- Alternate side parking rules are suspended
- You do not have to feed those voracious parking meters and muni-meters
- You do not have to obey parking signs, unless days/times are all days, all times, anytime; or, in other words, a parking sign is in effect all seven days per week, 24-hours per day
Sunday parking rules
Sunday parking rules are in effect on New Years Day…Sunday, January 1 (Did you realize Sunday parking rules are the same as the parking rules for Major Legal Holidays?).
So, whether you label Sunday, January 1, a “Major Legal Parking Holiday” (as reflected in the ASP Calendar). Or, simply call it “Sunday Parking Rules” (like every Sunday in NYC), the outcome is the same. Good news for the NYC driving community.
Major Legal Holiday parking rules
In a heartwarming gesture by the Evil Empire, our NYC driving community wins two consecutive days of parking holidays. We get to celebrate New Year’s Day on Sunday and continue receiving parking benefits on Monday.
Good news. No ASP race to the parking space on Sunday (Sunday parking rules or Major Legal Parking Holiday rules) or Monday (Major Legal Parking Holiday observed).
Here’s a copy of the 2017 ASP Rules Calendar (No Email Address Requires)
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