By CBSLA Staff

CULVER CITY (CBSLA)  Regular parking enforcement will resume in Culver City starting in mid-March after rules were relaxed for several months during the pandemic, the Culver City Police Department said Thursday.

“To make every effort to help people stay home and slow the spread of COVID-19, the city of Culver City has relaxed parking enforcement throughout the pandemic and has extended relaxed parking enforcement until March 14, 2021,” Culver City police announced in a news release.

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Starting March 15, enforcement of street sweeping restrictions, parking around closed schools, and abandoned vehicle ticketing and towing will resume.

The following enforcement measures will also start back up:

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– fines for oversized vehicle overnight parking;
– parking fine increases following a citation;
– loading zone restrictions.

Residential permits, peak-hour restrictions, and colored-curb, and meter violations are currently being enforced and will continue to be, the department said.

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