Thanks to the Venice Neighborhood Council for this update!
Parking enforcement resumes Thursday October 15th, 2020 in the City of Los Angeles, for street cleaning, abandoned vehicles, oversize and overnight restrictions, peak hour and anti-gridlock zones, and expired registration.
Relaxation of these restrictions was originally slated to end October 1st, but the LA City Council voted on September 30th to push resuming enforcement back to October 15th, to allow time for outreach to be conducted, notifying the public of the change.
Impounding of vehicles in which there is vehicle dwelling will meanwhile be delayed for 30-60 days, to allow time for development of a next steps plan.
Read the September 30th City Council motion here:
You can also visit the entire City Council file on pandemic-related relaxation of parking enforcement restrictions here:
For more Venice updates, visit the Venice Neighborhood Council website at venicenc.org
Venice Neighborhood Council’s Mission Statement:
To improve the quality of life in Venice by building community and to secure support from the City of Los Angeles for the resources needed to achieve our goals.