There are more than three dozen legal and religious holidays in New York City in 2017 when alternate side parking (ASP) rules are suspended, and you don’t have to move your car.
Note that No Stopping, No Standing, No Parking and parking meter regulations remain in effect on all but six of those holidays.
They are suspended only on what are called major legal holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Alternate Side Parking rules also may be suspended because of snow emergencies or other emergencies. View www.nyc.gov/dot or www.nyc.gov/311, or dial 311 for further information.
Sunday, January 1 New Year’s Day*
Monday, January 2 New Year’s Day (Observed)*
Monday, January 16 Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday
Saturday, January 28 Asian Lunar New Year
Monday, February 13 Lincoln’s Birthday (Observed)
Monday, February 20 Washington’s Birthday (Pres. Day)
Wednesday, March 1 Ash Wednesday
Sunday, March 12 Purim
Tuesday-Wednesday, April 11-12 Passover (1st/2nd Days)
Thursday, April 13 Holy Thursday
Thursday, April 13 Holy Thursday (Orthodox)
Friday, April 14 Good Friday
Friday, April 14 Good Friday (Orthodox)
Monday-Tuesday, April 17-18 Passover (7th/8th Days)
Thursday, May 25 Solemnity of Ascension
Monday, May 29 Memorial Day*
Wednesday-Thursday, May 31-June 1 Shavuot (2 Days)
Sunday-Tuesday, June 25-27 Eid al-Fitr
Tuesday, July 4 Independence Day
Tuesday, August 15 Feast of the Assumption
Friday-Sunday, September 1-3 Eid al-Adha
Monday, September 4 Labor Day*
Thursday-Friday, September 21-22 Rosh Hashanah
Saturday, September 30 Yom Kippur
Thursday-Friday, October 5-6 Succoth (2 Days)
Monday, October 9 Columbus Day
Thursday, October 12 Shemini Atzereth
Friday, October 13 Simchas Torah
Thursday, October 19 Diwali
Wednesday, November 1 All Saints Day
Tuesday, November 7 Election Day
Friday, November 10 Veterans Day (Observed)
Saturday, November 11 Veterans Day
Thursday, November 23 Thanksgiving Day
Friday, December 8 Immaculate Conception
Monday, December 25 Christmas Day*
Alternate side parking regulations may be suspended temporarily in parts of the City in order to post new regulations. When the Department of Sanitation must change street cleaning rules, regulations are suspended temporarily to allow DOT to update signs in the affected area. These suspensions do not affect parking rules other than alternate side parking rules.
When the new signage has been posted, the Department of Sanitation provides a weeklong grace period during which its crews will clean streets according to the newly posted schedule, but will not issue summonses. At the conclusion of the grace period, enforcement of the new rules begins.