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The City of Alhambra announces holiday facility hours and parking enforcement relaxation

Photo by Michael Lawrence.


Alhambra , CA United States

In observance of Christmas and New Year’s, the City of Alhambra has announced facility and parking holiday hours. The announcement includes a temporary lift of all overnight parking enforcement from the Alhambra Police Department. Below is a brief summary from the city website:

  • City of Alhambra facilities will be closed Friday, December 22 – Monday, December 25, 2017 and then on Friday December 29, 2017 – Monday, January 1, 2018.
  • APD will not enforce overnight parking from Saturday, December 23, 2017  at 2:00 am – Tuesday, January 2, 2018. Serco will not provide overnight parking services during this period.
  • Street sweeping and city lot enforcement will be suspended from Saturday, December 23 – Monday, December 25, 2017. Daytime parking enforcement will continue on Tuesday, December 26, 2017 at 7:00 am.

See the full announcement from the City of Alhambra website here.

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  1. According to this article, there should have been street sweeping yesterday (Thursday, Dec. 21). Where I live in Alhambra Hills, the streets definitely were NOT swept. What happened, I wonder. A lot of wind, a lot of leaves, no street sweeping.

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