City delays full parking enforcement until Oct. 1
Published - 08/31/20 - 11:00 AM | 2825 views | 0 0 comments | 34 34 recommendations | email to a friend | print

Due to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer has directed City of San Diego staff to delay full enforcement of parking regulations until Thursday, Oct. 1. The City will continue limited enforcement until then. 

Parking enforcement has been limited to holiday or Sunday regulations in the City of San Diego since March 16. During that time, the City has suspended citations for vehicles violating street sweeping parking restrictions, metered parking, time limits, and yellow commercial zones. Citations have continued to be issued for vehicles parked illegally at red, white, and blue painted curbs. 

Prior to March, the City typically processed an average of 42,000 parking citations per month. In the month of April, the City issued 1,704 parking citations for violations of the holiday or Sunday regulations.  

While restarting parking enforcement is seen as one small step toward restoring San Diego’s economy by allowing for increased turnover of customers in business districts, many residents are still working from home or dealing with job losses due to COVID-19. Extending the limited enforcement of parking regulations will provide additional relief to those residents. 

Other jurisdictions in San Diego County have continued to enforce metered parking, so drivers are encouraged to review posted signage when looking for a parking space. To learn more about parking rules in the City of San Diego, and to pay or appeal a citation online, visit  

Street sweeping has continued throughout the public health emergency. During the limited enforcement period until Oct. 1, citations with corresponding fines will not be issued to vehicles parked in street sweeping zones. View an interactive map and street sweeping schedules by visiting  


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