Alternate Side of the Street Parking Regulations and Enforcement to Resume on June 8
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - With the gradual relaxing of the State-mandated stay-at-home directive due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the New Brunswick Parking Authority will resume enforcement of alternate side of the street parking regulations starting on Monday June 8. The rules would normally have taken effect on April 1 as part of the City’s street sweeping operations.
Street sweeping helps get trash, debris and dirt out of the streets so that it does not end up in waterways, a significant source of water pollution in our rivers, streams and lakes. Alternate side parking allows the street sweeping equipment to collect as much debris as possible.
The suspension had been due to the increase in vehicles parked on City streets as a result of the stay-at-home order, which was announced in March by Governor Phil Murphy.
For more information visit www.njnbpa.org or call 732-545-3118 Ext 135