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Presidents Day Parking Enforcement in San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland

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FILE PHOTO: Parking meters in San Francisco. (Panchenks/Flickr)

George Washington and Abe Lincoln would not have approved, but there's no free parking in San Francisco today. More parking enforcement rules for Presidents Day:

San Francisco

  • Commuter towaway - Not enforced
  • Residential permit - Not enforced
  • M-F street sweeping - Not enforced
  • Night street sweeping - Enforced
  • Seven-day street sweeping (on Market Street, for example) - Enforced
  • Parking meters - Enforced

Oakland

San Jose

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