Thursday, March 18, 2021

Street Sweeping & Ticketing Enforcement


  • Street cleaning resumes each spring starting in April and continuing through November. Be in the know. Don't get ticketed or towed.
  • Street sweeping ticketing enforcement will also resume and vehicles in violation will be subject to towing. In case you missed it, the Boston Transportation Department resumed ticketing ($40) enforcement for expired inspection stickers and vehicle registration. Mayor Walsh had paused enforcement of certain violations at the beginning of the pandemic in an effort to ensure residents could minimize their need to go out to slow the spread of COVID-19.
  • Failure to move a vehicle during posted street sweeping hours results in a $40 fine which increases to $90 for overnight street sweeping.  View a complete list of parking codes and fines in the City of Boston. With the addition of more bike lanes around the City, be aware that it is a $100 fine to park in a bike lane. To learn more about the daytime and nighttime street sweeping program, including when the Public Works Department cleans a particular neighborhood, you can sign up for street sweeping alerts and No-Tow reminder service online.

  • As a reminder, residents with resident parking permits will continue to be allowed to park at meters within their neighborhood without having to abide by the time limits or pay the meter.

  • The Boston Transportation Department will continue to evaluate additional parking enforcement changes throughout the phased reopening. For more information, visit

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