Parking enforcement officer writing a ticket

The City of LA last week resumed enforcing a variety of parking rules that had been suspended when the pandemic forced many residents to stay at home.

That means you can once again get a ticket for leaving your vehicle on the wrong side of the street on street sweeping day.

After seven months without sweeping, do your streets look any worse? Do we need to resume the street sweeping and the alternate-side parking and ticketing that goes with it? Take our poll on the subject.   

Does the city need to resume street sweeping?

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