Street Parking Rules in San Francisco on Thursday-Friday December 24-25, 2015 Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
Street parking rules in San Francisco can be enforced and not enforced depending on the national holiday. Take advantage of knowing the rules to get the parking spot that you need in San Francisco.
All street parking rules will be enforced on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2015 except evening street cleaning rules; meter maids are spending Christmas Eve with their families!
Parking Rules for Friday December 25, 2014For Christmas Day in San Francisco, most rules will NOT be enforced. Below is a list of street rules and a description of whether the rule is enforced.
Commuter Tow Away Rules - Not Enforced
Commuter Tow Away rules will NOT be enforced. Take advantage of this and park your car in what usually is a tow away zone. Make sure to read the sign so that you don't confuse "Commuter Tow Away" with any other kind of tow away. Receiving a ticket and towing fees can cost you $500+ so be careful.
Non-"Everyday" Street Cleaning Rules - Not Enforced
Street Cleaning rules that are NOT "Everyday" will NOT be enforced. Take advantage of this and park your car in what usually is a street cleaning violation of $64. Make sure to read the sign so that you don't park at a street that is cleaned "Everyday".
Everyday Street Cleaning Rules - Not Enforced
Street Cleaning rules for streets that are cleaned "Everyday" will NOT be enforced.
Residential Street Parking Rules - Not Enforced
The hourly limit rules for residential parking will not be enforced. Visitors to San Francisco, can easily visit friends and spend more than the usual limit of 2 hours. A ticket for violating this rule is $74. Because this rule will not be enforced, take advantage of this and leisurely spend time in San Francisco. This is FREE parking for the entire day. Park at a residential spot for free instead of paying for parking.
Metered Street Parking - Not Enforced
Metered street parking rules will not be enforced.
Are you wondering now what national holidays have similar types of exceptions? If you are, then review a table of all national holiday street enforcement rules here: