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Posted on: March 18, 2020

Tracking coronavirus: Relaxed parking enforcement

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ANAHEIM, Calif. (March 18, 2020) —  As all of Anaheim comes together to address coronavirus, we are relaxing some enforcement of parking violations, including street sweeping, through March 31 (with the date being subject to update).

We know more people will be at home during the next two weeks, and this is designed to help our residents and our city get through this unique time together.

Please note: We will continue to enforce violations that pose a risk to public safety and health. Those include parking in front of fire hydrants, along red curbs, in disabled/handicap stalls without a placard, parking in alleys and in areas with road maintenance.

We ask you to do your part and park responsibly, be courteous to others and be mindful of public safety. 

We’re all in this together!
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Hemos recibido muchas preguntas sobre la aplicación de los estacionamientos, especialmente relacionado al barrido de calles, porque sabemos que muchos de ustedes se quedan en casa.

Todo Anaheim se une para abordar el coronavirus, y estamos relajando la aplicación de los estacionamientos, incluido el barrido de calles, hasta el 31 de marzo (con la fecha sujeta a cambiar).

Sabemos que habrá más personas en casa durante las próximas dos semanas, y esto está diseñado para ayudar a nuestros residentes y nuestra ciudad a pasar este tiempo único juntos.

Por favor fíjese: seguiremos haciendo cumplir las violaciones que supongan un riesgo para la seguridad y la salud pública. Esos incluyen estacionar frente a las bocas de incendios, a lo largo de bordillos rojos, en puestos para discapacitados / discapacitados sin un cartel, estacionar en callejones y en áreas con mantenimiento de carreteras.

Le pedimos que haga su parte y se estacione responsablemente, sea cortés con los demás y tenga en cuenta la seguridad pública.

¡Estamos todos juntos en esto!

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