Alternate Side Parking (ASP) updates:
ASP regulations will be in effect through Saturday, September 5.
NYC ASP Reform: When ASP is in effect residential side streets that have multiple ASP days will be cleaned – with vehicles required to be moved – only on the latest day in the week on each side, through Labor Day.
Parking meters remain in effect.
Many streets in New York have alternate side regulations, which allow for street cleaning. Most alternate side parking signs are clearly marked with signs featuring a "P" crossed by a broom. Some areas have three-hour restrictions (e.g. 8 am to 11 am) but times vary considerably.
Some metered parking zones have alternate side parking rules. When alternate side parking is suspended for a holiday or other reason, the parking meters remain in effect.
Alternate Side Parking ReformDownload the NYC ASP Reform details in Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, French, Haitian Creole, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish or Urdu (pdfs).
Beginning Monday, June 29, 2020, residential streets will be cleaned no more than once per week, per side. Residential streets that have multiple ASP days will be cleaned – with vehicles required to be moved – only on the latest day in the week on each side, as indicated on each street’s currently posted signage. Streets that have just one day of ASP regulations on each side will not change.
Amended rules pertain to residential “side streets” and not to commercial areas. Daily sweeping regulations in metered areas will not change, and DSNY will continue cleaning streets with posted No Standing, No Stopping and No Parking regulations as needed.
The City will continue with these amended ASP regulations through Labor Day 2020 and assess cleanliness conditions throughout the summer to decide whether to extend or modify the new rules post-Labor Day.
Alternate Side Parking Suspensions
There are multiple ways to find out about alternate side parking suspensions:
- Subscribe to email updates on suspensions
- Follow @NYCASP on Twitter
- Call 311 for the current alternate side parking status
Alternate side regulations may be changed because of inclement weather or emergencies. DOT and the Department of Sanitation carefully consult weather reports before and during snowfalls in order to determine whether suspension is necessary. As weather patterns can change quickly, this decision must sometimes be made late in the day. After a snowfall, alternate side parking regulations will be restored so that plows can begin removing snow and ice from curbside lanes. Plowing helps to clear parking lanes and catch basins, which reduces the chance of melting snow flooding streets, and also helps return street cleaning operations back to normal.
2020 Alternate Side Parking Suspension Calendar
This calendar lists the legal and religious holidays with scheduled alternate side parking suspensions. The City also suspends alternate side rules due to weather and emergencies.
On major legal holidays, stopping, standing and parking are permitted except in areas where stopping, standing and parking rules are in effect seven days a week (e.g., “No Standing Anytime”). Parking meter regulations are also suspended on major legal holidays. The major legal holidays are New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. On all other holidays, only street cleaning rules are suspended, and other regulations remain in effect.Download a printable 2020 ASP calendar (pdf)
- Download the 2020 calendar in Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, French, Greek, Haitian Creole, Italian, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish Urdu or Yiddish (pdfs).
- Download a 2020 calendar file (ics) for calendaring software (e.g. Microsoft Outlook or Google Calendar).
Read instructions for importing the calendar file into Outlook, Google or OS X calendars applications.
The City of New York makes no representations about any content or information made accessible by this file, for any purpose. This file is provided “as is,” and you assume all risks associated with their use. The City makes no representation or warranties with respect to any loss of data, functionality from the downloading, installation or use of this file and shall not be liable for any damages that may accrue as a result of the use of this file.*Major Legal Holiday
|2020 Alternate Side Parking Suspension Calendar|
|Wednesday, January 1||New Year's Day*|
|Monday, January 6||Three Kings’ Day|
|Monday, January 20||Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday|
|Friday, January 24||Lunar New Year’s Eve|
|Saturday, January 25||Lunar New Year|
|Wednesday, February 12||Lincoln’s Birthday|
|Monday, February 17||Washington’s Birthday (Pres. Day)|
|Wednesday, February 26||Ash Wednesday|
|Tuesday, March 10||Purim|
|Thursday, April 9||Holy Thursday|
|Thursday-Friday, April 9-10||Passover (1st/2nd Days)|
|Friday, April 10||Good Friday|
|Wednesday-Thursday, April 15-16||Passover (7th/8th Days)|
|Thursday, April 16||Holy Thursday (Orthodox)|
|Friday, April 17||Good Friday (Orthodox)|
|Thursday, May 21||Solemnity of the Ascension|
|Sunday-Tuesday, May 24-26||Idul-Fitr (Eid Al-Fitr)|
|Monday, May 25||Memorial Day*|
|Friday-Saturday, May 29-30||Shavuot (2 Days)|
|Friday-Saturday, July 3-4||Independence Day*|
|Thursday-Saturday, July 30-August 1||Idul-Adha (Eid Al-Adha)|
|Saturday, August 15||Feast of the Assumption|
|Monday, September 7||Labor Day*|
|Saturday-Sunday, September 19-20||Rosh Hashanah|
|Monday, September 28||Yom Kippur|
|Saturday-Sunday, October 3-4||Succoth (2 Days)|
|Saturday, October 10||Shemini Atzereth|
|Sunday, October 11||Simchas Torah|
|Monday, October 12||Columbus Day|
|Sunday, November 1||All Saints Day|
|Tuesday, November 3||Election Day|
|Wednesday, November 11||Veterans Day|
|Saturday, November 14||Diwali|
|Thursday, November 26||Thanksgiving Day*|
|Tuesday, December 8||Immaculate Conception|
|Friday, December 25||Christmas Day*|
Alternate side parking regulations may be suspended temporarily in parts of the City in order to post new regulations. When the Department of Sanitation must change street cleaning rules, regulations are suspended temporarily to allow DOT to update signs in the affected area. These suspensions do not affect parking rules other than alternate side parking rules.
When the new signage has been posted, the Department of Sanitation provides a weeklong grace period during which its crews will clean streets according to the newly posted schedule, but will not issue summonses. At the conclusion of the grace period, enforcement of the new rules begins.
Park Slope Alternate Side Parking Suspension Study
During the summer of 2008, DOT suspended ASP in Park Slope, Brooklyn. The study found that the suspension caused minimal impact on traffic and parking conditions in that neighborhood.