Are parking meters enforced on holidays?
Parking meters are not enforced on the following holidays: January 1st; the third Monday in January, known as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day; the third Monday in February, known as Presidents Day; March 31st known as Cesar Chavez Day; Good Friday from 12 noon until 3 p.m., the last Monday in May, known as Memorial Day; July 4th; the first Monday in September, known as Labor Day; November 11th known as Veterans Day; the fourth Thursday in November, known as Thanksgiving Day, and December 25th, known as Christmas Day.

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1. What is the Parking Commission?
2. Who sits on the Parking Commission?
3. When and where does the Parking Commission hold its regular monthly meetings?
4. Where can I find agendas and/or meeting minutes for Parking Commission meetings?
5. How can I communicate with the Commission or report a parking concern?
6. When are parking meters enforced?
7. How do I pay the parking meter?
8. How much time can I purchase at a parking meter and what does it cost?
9. What if the parking meter is not functioning properly?
10. Are parking meters enforced on holidays?
11. How do I pay a parking citation?
12. How do I protest or dispute a parking citation?
13. What happens if I don’t pay a parking citation within 21 days?
14. What is the Parking Permit Program?
15. How much does a Parking Permit cost and what are the benefits?
16. I participate in the Parking Permit Program. How do I renew my permits?
17. I don’t participate in the Permit Program now but I’d like to. What do I do?