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“Weird parking question I’d love to get input on”


Photo by Eric P.

“Dear PoPville,

I reserved parking for a moving truck in front of a house I’m moving into through the DC TOPS system about two weeks ago for a move later this week. Two weeks ago, there was regular 2 hour limit residents excepted zone parking on both sides of the street. I walked back by the house yesterday, and now there’s only parking on the opposite side of the street except on Thursdays when you can park in front of my house (presumably for street cleaning). Do I even need to print and post the signs now? Is it legal for a moving truck to park there on a Friday? Can I use the signs for the opposite side of the street?”

Ed. Note: Good news, sorta, since we’re still only in phase two, these opposite side of the street parking signs don’t apply since street sweeping is still suspended.

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