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Alternate Side Parking NYC

Street Cleaning Map, Schedule & suspensions


Upcoming Alternate Side Parking Holidays

  • Today Sun, Oct 2 2022
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Your guide to ASP in NYC

Is Alternate Side Parking (ASP) suspended today in NYC?

Alternate Side Parking is suspended on the following days:
Wed, Oct 5 2022 for Yom Kippur
Mon, Oct 10 2022 for Columbus Day
Mon, Oct 10 2022 for Succoth
Tue, Oct 11 2022 for Succoth
Mon, Oct 17 2022 for Shemini Atzereth
Tue, Oct 18 2022 for Simchas Torah
Mon, Oct 24 2022 for Diwali
Tue, Nov 1 2022 for All Saints Day
Tue, Nov 8 2022 for Election Day
Fri, Nov 11 2022 for Veterans Day
Thu, Nov 24 2022 for Thanksgiving Day
Thu, Dec 8 2022 for Immaculate Conception
Mon, Dec 26 2022 for Christmas Day

How does Alternate Side Parking work in NYC?

Alternate side parking (ASP) is the NYC parking rule that forces the clearing of parked cars to accommodate the street cleaning schedule. It happens once or twice a week in many areas of Manhattan, The Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn. If you park during alternate side parking hours, you are likely to get a street cleaning ticket.

What time is Alternate Side Parking enforced in NYC ?

There are signs on the side of the street to inform residents of the alternate side parking hours. These may differ radically from one block to another. To make it easy for you to find the NYC alternate side parking calendar, you can use this map and tap on any spot to view the hours of enforcement.

Is it legal to park after the Street Sweeper passes?

No, you can’t legally park until the end time of any parking rule. Street sweepers will occasionally go around the block twice. It is common in the fall when leaves are likely to clog the brushes. You would still be at risk of getting a street cleaning NYC ticket.

How much is a Street Cleaning Ticket in NYC?

A street cleaning NYC ticket costs $65 if you live in Manhattan on 96th Street or below and $45 in all other areas including Brooklyn, The Bronx and Queens.

When is Alternate Side Parking Suspended in NYC?

Alternate side parking is suspended during the legal and religious holidays below and during bad weather (in particular snowstorms) to facilitate the work of city services and to keep cars off the streets during chaos.

New Year's Day - Jan 1
Three King's Day - Jan 6
Martin Luther King Day - Jan 21
Lunar New Year's Eve - Feb 4
Lunar New Year - Feb 5
Lincoln's Birthday - Feb 12
Presidents Day - Feb 18
Ash Wednesday - Mar 6
Purim - Mar 21
Holy Thursday - Apr 18
Good Friday - Apr 19
Passover (1st/2nd Days) - Apr 20 to Apr 21
Holy Thursday (Orthodox) - Apr 25
Good Friday (Orthodox) - Apr 26
Passover (7th/8th Days) - Apr 26 to Apr 27
Memorial Day - May 27
Solemnity of Ascension - May 30
Eid al-Fitr (Idul-Fitr) - Jun 4 to Jun 6
Shavuot (2 Days) - Jun 9 to Jun 10
Independence Day - Jul 4
Eid al-Adha (Idul-Adha) - Aug 11 to Aug 13
Feast of the Assumption - Aug 15
Labor Day - Sep 2
Rosh Hashanah - Sep 30 to Oct 1
Yom Kippur - Oct 9
Columbus Day - Oct 14
Succoth (2 Days) - Oct 14 to Oct 15
Shemini Atzereth - Oct 21
Simchas Torah - Oct 22
Diwali - Oct 27
All Saints Day - Nov 1
Election Day - Nov 5
Veterans Day - Nov 11
Thanksgiving Day - Nov 28
Immaculate Conception - Dec 8
Christmas Day - Dec 25

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