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Re: Overnight and Weekend Parking for Non-Residents
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They'll be good for the weekend, but staying past 10am Monday will serve them a boot (over $100 fine!). This happened to my boyfriend when he was staying over and slept in too late...

I don't have a parking permit because I take my car to work during the day and have never been ticketed for nights or weekends. I'd recommend paying the $10 to put it in a lot for the weekday they're staying over.

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The parking authority may write tickets at all hours of the night, but resident permits are only required for posted times. Almost all the zone requirements expire at 5pm on weeknights and are not in effect on weekends.

However, other parking rules are in effect, such as "No parking zones," parking within 50 feet of a stop sign, parking within 10 feet of a fire hydrant, ect.ect. ect.

So if said friends are coming on friday night and leaving by monday morning, as long as they park legally, they shouldn't have a problem.

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My non-resident friends never had an issue for weekend parking without a permit, however the car should be parked in a proper parking spot(not to close othe crosswalk, etc).
i had this confirmed with the parking authority when i went to get the visitors passes.

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I have seen the parking authority writing tickets at all hours of the day and night, even on weekends. You can take your chances, but to be safe you may want to see if you can get a guest permit from the PA. I'm not sure about the availability or cost.

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Does anyone know the rules? I have friends coming to vist from NY. They are staying the weekend and then one other night during the week. Do I need to get a guest pass or something from the Parking authority? Do they boot cars that don't have permits on weekends?

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