Auto Alert: No Parking on O and P Streets, Aug. 8 and 9

From 35th Street west to Wisconsin Avenue on O Street and P streets, there will be no parking on Thursday, Aug. 8, and Friday, Aug. 9, for a special street cleaning -- one of the last pieces of work for the O and P Street Project by the D.C. Department of Transportation. So, yes, please read the signs: do not park your car there during those days. Again, this parking ban only affects the west side of Georgetown.

Advisory neighborhood commissioner Jeff Jones issued this alert on Georgetown Forum:

The Department of Public Works will be posting no parking signs on the entire length of the 3200, 3300 and 3400 blocks of O and P streets in Georgetown for manual sweeping of the cobblestone streets on August 8th and August 9th. DPW has informed me they will issue citations and tow cars if they do not comply with the no parking signs. I have requested that DPW close only O Street blocks on Aug. 8 and to close only P Street blocks on Aug. 9, and to start on the 3200 blocks first. Please refer to the no parking signs for the exact time they will be in effect on your street. This is not a regularly scheduled cleaning, and is for the final cleaning of the O and P street cobblestone dust.

If anyone has more questions about the temporary parking ban, contact Jeff Jones by email.

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