NYC Alternate Side Parking (ASP) regulations allow for street cleaning
2023 NYC Alternate Side Parking Suspensions. ASP rules are posted on signs with a “P” crossed by a broom and indicate the days and times parking isn’t allowed.
When ASP is in effect, you can’t park on the side of the street that is being cleaned.
The rules apply for the entire time posted on the sign, even if a street sweeper has passed.
Look up ASP Schedule on Specific Streets
You can look up the ASP rules on street cleaning signs on specific streets by using the Parking Sign Locator map.
ASP rules are suspended on certain legal and religious holidays each year. On Sundays, ASP is not in effect and you don’t have to pay for the parking meters.
ASP rules and sometimes parking meters may be suspended for severe weather or other emergencies. You can sign up to get email notifications of unplanned suspensions.
The latest status is always available on the NYC Today Calendar.
ASP Reform Rules
ASP is fully restored as of July 5, 2022. ASP Reform Rules are no longer in effect. Vehicles must move for street cleaning on all days and times posted on the ASP sign.
ASP is suspended on the following dates in 2023:
|Jan 1, Sun||New Year’s Day*|
|Jan 2, Mon||New Year’s Day (Observed)*|
|Jan 6, Fri||Three Kings’ Day|
|Jan 16, Mon||Martin Luther King, Jr. Day|
|Jan 21-Jan 22, Sat-Sun||Lunar New Year’s Eve & Lunar New Year|
|Feb 13, Mon||Lincoln’s Birthday (Observed)|
|Feb 20, Mon||Washington’s Birthday (Presidents’ Day)|
|Feb 22, Wed||Ash Wednesday|
|Mar 7, Tue||Purim|
|Apr 6-Apr 7, Thurs-Fri||Passover|
|Apr 6, Thurs||Holy Thursday|
|Apr 7, Fri||Good Friday|
|Apr 12-Apr 13, Wed-Thurs||Passover (7th and 8th Days)|
|Apr 13, Thurs||Holy Thursday (Orthodox)|
|Apr 14, Friday||Good Friday (Orthodox)|
|Apr 21-Apr 23, Fri-Sun||Idul-Fitr (Eid al-Fitr)|
|May 18, Thurs||Solemnity of the Ascension|
|May 26-27, Fri-Sat||Shavuot (2 Days)|
|May 29, Mon||Memorial Day*|
|June 19, Mon||Juneteenth|
|June 28-June 30, Wed-Fri||Idul-Adha (Eid al-Adha)|
|July 4, Tue||Independence Day*|
|Aug 15, Tue||Feast of the Assumption|
|Sept 4, Mon||Labor Day*|
|Sept 16-17, Sat-Sun||Rosh Hashanah|
|Sept 25, Mon||Yom Kippur|
|Sept 30-Oct 1, Sat-Sun||Succoth (2 Days)|
|Oct 7, Sat||Shemini Atzereth|
|Oct 8, Sun||Simchas Torah|
|Oct 9, Mon||Italian Heritage Day/Indigenous Peoples’ Day|
|Nov 1, Wed||All Saints Day|
|Nov 7, Tue||Election Day|
|Nov 10, Fri||Veterans Day (Observed)*|
|Nov 11, Sat||Veterans Day*|
|Nov 12, Sun||Diwali|
|Nov 23, Thurs||Thanksgiving Day*|
|Dec 8, Fri||Immaculate Conception|
|Dec 25, Mon||Christmas Day*|
*Indicates a major legal holiday. Stopping, standing, and parking is allowed on major legal holidays except in areas where these rules are in effect seven days a week (for example, “No Standing Anytime”). Parking meters are not in effect on major legal holidays.
You can download a pdf of the calendar or a file for calendaring software. Paper copies are available by mail.
Download the 2023 ASP Calendar.
Download the calendar in Arabic, Bengali, Chinese (Traditional), French, Greek, Haitian Creole, Italian, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Ukrainian, Urdu, or Yiddish.
Download the calendar file (ICS) for Google Calendar or Microsoft Outlook.
Learn how to download and import the calendar file for calendaring software.
Call 311 or 212-NEW-YORK (212-639-9675) to request a paper copy.