The Department of Transportation to Resume Parking Enforcement Activities

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation announced today that it will resume the majority of its parking enforcement activities and traffic investigations that had been suspended during the coronavirus (COVID-19) public health emergency.

The Department of Transportation has been conducting citywide parking enforcement and traffic investigations with modified operations because of the COVID-19 health emergency. As the City of Baltimore continues its reopening efforts, the following parking enforcement and traffic study services will resume on August 15, 2021:

  • Peak-hour parking enforcement – Parking along city gateways during peak travel times (e.g., 7am to 9am or 4pm to 6pm; posted parking restriction times vary)
  • 48-hour parking enforcement
  • Scofflaw enforcement - Three or more unpaid parking citations which are each outstanding for 30 or more days
  • Vehicle towing to the Fallsway Impound Facility
  • Traffic investigations

These operations will resume throughout the city on August 15, 2021. Motorists should adhere to all posted time limits and parking restrictions. Vehicles parked in violation are subject to being towed and/or ticketed. As a reminder, motorists should not park at any meters which are bagged or inoperable.

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