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    WeHo Suspends Permit Parking and Street Parking Enforcement Until December 21

    As new COVID-19 cases remain at alarming levels and the number of people hospitalized continue to increase, a temporary Los Angeles County Health Officer Order will be issued to require additional safety measures across sectors. The temporary order will take effect Monday, November 30, 2020 and remain in effect through December 20, 2020.

    Due to the increase of residents staying home, the city of West Hollywood has immediately suspended permit parking and street sweeping enforcement until December 21, 2020.

    • The parking enforcement suspension update is as follows:
      Permit parking enforcement on all residential streets
    • Street sweeping enforcement
    • AM/PM peak hour enforcement on Fountain Ave

    Safety violations will continue to be enforced. All parking citation related questions can be directed to the Violations Bureau at (800) 687-2458.  with all citation related questions.

    The State of California and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health are reporting an alarming surge in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. Public Health officials also report that “Coronavirus Fatigue” may translate to apathy and resistance to health and safety warnings, such as recommendations for wearing face coverings and maintaining social distancing and COVID-19 safety protocols. In the State of California, COVID-19-related hospitalizations have jumped.

    Today, Public Health has confirmed 24 new deaths and 4,544 new cases of COVID-19. Currently, the five-day average of new cases is 4,751.

    On November 17, Los Angeles County established thresholds for additional actions if the five-day average of cases is 4,500 or more or hospitalizations are more than 2,000 per day. A new Health Officer Order would be issued for three weeks that offered additional safety modifications while allowing essential and emergency workers and those securing or providing essential and permitted services to leave their homes.

    In the new Order that goes into effect on Monday, residents are advised to stay home as much as possible and always wear a face covering over their nose and mouth when they are outside their household and around others.

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