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Thanksgiving Day Parking Rules in WeHo, Beverly Hills and LA

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The City of West Hollywood has announced that in observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday, the following parking rule changes will be in effect.

Permit Parking and all other parking regulations WILL be enforced AS USUAL, including on Thursday, November 28, 2019. However, on Thursday, November 28, 2019, the following parking regulations WILL NOT be enforced:

  • Parking Meters and associated time limits
  • Peak Hour Towing Restrictions
  • Street Sweeping

The enforcement of meters, peak hour towing and street sweeping parking regulations will resume on Friday, November 29, 2019.

Visitor permits will be available at the Kings Road Parking Structure and West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station. Multi-day permits must be requested from the Kings Road Structure.

City Hall will be closed on Thursday, November 28, 2019 and Friday, November 29, 2019.

BEVERLY HILLS

A relaxed enforcement period will begin Wednesday, November 27, 2019 at 6PM and will end Friday, November 29, 2019 at 8AM. We are waiting on word from the City of Beverly Hills as to what will be relaxed.

Overnight permit enforcement will not be enforced on Friday night into Saturday morning, but will resume on Saturday night into Sunday morning.

CITY OF LOS ANGELES

The City of Los Angeles will not enforce the following on Thanksgiving Day:

  • Time Limits
  • Parking Meters
  • No Parking with specified days and times only
  • No stopping with specified days and times only
  • Preferential parking districts
  • Street sweeping (Also not enforced the day after Thanksgiving and Cesar Chavez Holiday)
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City Issue: Should Cars be Banned on Broadway in Downtown LA?

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LOS ANGELES (Los Angeles Times)– Councilman Jose Huizar has asked the city to study a ban on private cars along Broadway between 1st and 12th streets in downtown L.A.

Banning cars from downtown streets is beginning to catch on in major U.S. cities, with New York and San Francisco moving to free up space for transit vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists. But the trend hasn’t come to Los Angeles — yet.

A proposal introduced by Los Angeles Councilman Jose Huizar could change that. The councilman asked city officials last week to study the feasibility of a ban on driving and parking along a 1.5-mile stretch of Broadway between 1st and 12th streets.

Broadway is “an ideal street to go car-free,” Huizar said, because narrower roadways and expanded space for pedestrians have already begun to transform the iconic corridor. […]

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Hollywood Street Closures Are Already Starting for Oscars

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HOLLYWOOD (Patch) — Road closures have begun and will increase as the 92nd Academy Awards approach. All lanes of Hollywood Boulevard will be closed overnight Tuesday evening between Orange Drive and Highland Avenue as work slowly begins on the installation of bleachers and the red carpet for the upcoming Academy Awards ceremony.

The northernmost curb lane of Hollywood Boulevard, along with much of the north sidewalk, was closed Sunday in front of the Hollywood & Highland complex and Dolby Theatre and will remain blocked until Feb. 12.

Tuesday night’s full closure of Hollywood Boulevard will begin at 8 p.m., continuing until 6 a.m. Wednesday.

Hollywood Boulevard, with the exception of the north curb lane, will be open for the rest of the week, but it will be fully […]

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400 N Block Crescent Dr Closed for Vanity Fair Party 1/29 – 2/13

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BEVERLY HILLS (Local Nixle) — Vanity Fair will be hosting its annual Post-Academy Awards Party along the 400 block of North Crescent Drive on the evening of Sunday, February 9.

As crews begin work to assemble the stage and venue directly on the west side of City Hall, Crescent Drive between North Santa Monica Boulevard and South Santa Monica Boulevard will be closed beginning Wednesday, January 29 through Thursday, February 13.

All merchants on Crescent Drive are open and accessible during the partial closure.

Motorists are urged to use alternates routes and heed all directional signage.

For more information, please contact the City of Beverly Hills Film and Special Events Office at 310-285-2408.

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