Effective Immediately, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Relaxes Parking Enforcement in Unincorporated Los Angeles County Areas
The recent stay-at-home order issued in early December, brought to light once again the need for additional parking across Los Angeles County. Understanding the needs and challenges of those in the communities we serve, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Parking Enforcement Detail will temporarily relax parking enforcement, effective immediately, to help cope with parking availability.
Temporary relaxed enforcement in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County will include:
- Street sweeping: All streets with posted signs for street sweeping, per 15.20.07(2) LACVC, will not be enforced.
- Expired registration: Vehicles with expired registration will not be cited for 5204 (a) CVC.
Registrations expired in excess of six months, in violation of 4000(a)(1) CVC are subject to citation, per 22651 (o)(1)(A) CVC, will not be towed.
Enforcement in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County will continue for:
- Blocking fire hydrants.
- Red zone parking and/or fire lane.
- Handicap parking violations.
- Blocking driveway.
- Parked vehicles which disrupt the flow of traffic.
- Metered parking in business districts.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will continue to enforce violations which pose an immediate risk to public safety.