When ASP is suspended, you must still follow any other posted parking time limits and rules.
When ASP is suspended, it applies from midnight the day before until midnight the day of the suspension.
You have a 5-minute grace period for parking meter and ASP zones. The law gives drivers an extra 5 minutes past the expired time on the parking meter receipt and ASP signs. During the grace period, parking tickets cannot be issued.
No Stopping, No Standing, No Parking
On major legal holidays you can park at a No Stopping, No Standing, or No Parking sign if the rule is not normally in effect seven days a week (for example, No Standing Anytime). Otherwise, you can’t. The major legal holidays are New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
It is illegal to double park passenger vehicles at all times. Commercial vehicles may double park to make quick pick-ups, deliveries or service calls during posted hours only. While on some streets it may be common practice to double park during street cleaning, double parking is still illegal and you may get a ticket.
For more details, review NYC Traffic Rules in Chapter 4, Section 4-08, subdivision (f), paragraph (1) of the Rules of the City of New York.
You can contact the police precinct for questions about enforcement. To find a precinct, go to the Police Precincts and PSAs page.
Rules for Specific Streets
NYC311 cannot give you information on how City parking rules might apply to specific situations. You should follow the rules posted about time limits and whether it is legal or illegal to park in a specific area. Because New York City Traffic Rules only require one sign for each block, you should check the whole block and read all signs carefully before you park. To learn more about parking at specific locations, go to the Parking Signs and Rules page.