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How to Park Legally on Fourth of July, Observed

Photo by *Mike Flores via LAist Featured Photos on Flickr
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Yesterday was a holiday, so is today -- observed at least. That means parking enforcement rules within the city of Los Angeles are a bit relaxed. We've confirmed the following points with LADOT about holiday enforcement, but if you're unsure, you can always call 311 and ask to speak to a parking enforcement operator yourself.


via LADOT (.pdf)