Jesten Ray

Fall Parking Clean-Up Happening Now

Jesten Ray, Parking Services Community Programs Coordinator, 509.625.6819

Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at 4:49 p.m.

Fall Parking Clean-Up Happening Now

It’s challenging to think about snow berms in October, however winter is right around the corner. The City’s Parking Services team is reminding you of the 24 hour non-passenger vehicle parking rule. Courtesy notices and parking pointers for non-passenger vehicles such as RVs, boats, jet-skis, trailers, etc will be disbursed over the next few weeks. Parking Services will be using this opportunity to educate the public and give them some time to fix the violation before issuing a ticket. Once a ticket is issued, if the non-passenger vehicle is not moved it may be impounded.

If you see a courtesy notice on your vehicle, take a look to see what parking pointers are circled for you, and take immediate action.

City of Spokane street crews work hard to maintain our streets during snow and icy conditions throughout the winter season. Keeping streets clear is imperative for emergency response vehicle and we need citizens to help clear the way.

For more tips on how to Park Like a Pro, visit the City’s parking webpage.

Courtesy Parking Notice

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