Through that date, the city will not enforce:
-- street sweeping restrictions in residential areas;
-- parking restrictions around closed schools; and
-- ticketing and towing for abandoned vehicles and oversize vehicle overnight parking fines.
Culver City officials are also extending the city's freeze on parking fine increases for 60 days after the initial citation and the grace period for people dropping off and picking up groceries and goods.
But the city will still enforce:
-- residential permit parking;
-- parking violations of peak-hour restrictions;
-- parking violations in colored curb zones; and
-- parking meter violations.
The city may extend its relaxed parking enforcement past Nov. 14 as warranted by public health orders. Officials will discuss a further extension at the Nov. 9 City Council meeting.
To view streets with existing permit parking restrictions, visit the city's parking permit webpage, or call Parking Permit Support at 844-357-4997 on weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. to apply for a residential parking permit.
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