Seattle resuming full enforcement of 72-hour parking rule: Here's what you need to know

Seattle Municipal Code prohibits a person from parking their car on the same block of a city street for more than 72 consecutive hours.

SEATTLE — The City of Seattle is once again enforcing the 72-hour parking rule that was partially put on pause during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Seattle Municipal Code prohibits a person from parking their vehicle on the same block of a city street for more than 72 consecutive hours.

Enforcement of the 72-hour rule was paused during the COVID-19 pandemic due to public health guidelines beginning in March of 2020. In October of 2021, the city began clearing unoccupied, abandoned or

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