In Omaha: No parking meter enforcement until further notice

Changes for curbside pickup as well
Posted at 2:08 PM, Mar 30, 2020

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — The City of Omaha's Parking and Mobility Division says it "is suspending enforcement operations for expiration of parking meters."

According to the Parking and Mobility Division's Facebook page, the change in enforcement will go into effect immediately and will be in place until further notice.

In addition, curbside pickup locations are being approved on "an as needed bases with no fees being charged for businesses requesting." A cap of 1-3 spaces will apply.

Just because parking meters violations aren't being enforced, don't think you can ignore all other parking violation laws.

The post said, "Our ambassadors will maintain operations for violations including time restrictions, handicapped parking, blocking streets, sidewalks and alleyways or fire hydrants and any other safety related issues."

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