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Reading, PA—Reading Parking Authority (RPA) announced today that it will resume writing citations for daytime parking restrictions this Monday, May 4, 2020, in support of the City of Reading street sweeping program. To maintain public health and safety, it is necessary for City street sweepers to resume normal operations. Significant litter and debris has accumulated on the streets since Governor Tom Wolf issued a Stay-at-Home Order throughout the state. This accumulated trash washes into the combined sewer system, which can pollute local rivers and the Delaware Bay. The litter also attracts rodents and insects.
All City residents are being asked to move their cars from the street during the posted daytime parking restriction hours so the sweepers can effectively remove all litter and debris.
Reading School District has agreed to allow parking in the locations listed below during street sweeping hours for the duration of Governor Wolf’s Stay-at-Home Order. This provides City residents with a convenient place to move their cars while street sweepers are operating in their neighborhoods. PLEASE NOTE: Parking is allowed only at the locations listed below. Parking at any other RSD location is prohibited. “Reading Parking Authority appreciates the collaboration with community partners and the Reading School District,” said Frank Denbowski, Reading Parking Authority board president. “Allowing City residents to use their parking lots helps alleviate the parking shortage during street sweeper operations while the Stay-atHome order is in effect.”
Anyone utilizing a school parking lot must follow the stipulations below:
Violations of the rules listed above will result in the issuance of parking citations and may result in the vehicle being towed.
RPA temporarily suspended enforcement as of March 18, 2020, in anticipation of an influx of cars on the
street in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. While the City’s Public Works Department street sweepers
remained in continuous operation, enforcement was eased to address City residents’ concerns regarding
parking scarcity and additional economic hardship resulting from this unprecedented situation. Residents
were instead encouraged to voluntarily comply with daytime parking restrictions to facilitate the work of the
street sweepers. Several weeks have passed since enforcement of daytime parking restrictions was
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suspended, and despite many residents’ best efforts, there has been a significant accumulation of litter on
Parking is allowed at the following Reading School District locations only. Parking at any other RSD location is prohibited.
|10th & Green Elementary School||400 N. 10th Street|
|12th & Marion Elementary School||1200 N. 12th Street|
|13th & Green Elementary School||501 N. 13th Street|
|13th & Union Elementary School||1600 N. 13th Street|
|16th & Haak Elementary School||1601 Haak Street|
|Glenside Elementary School||500 Lackawanna Street|
|Lauer’s Park Elementary School||251 N. 2nd Street|
|Northwest Area Elementary School||820 Clinton Street|
|Northwest Middle School||1000 N. Front Street|
|Reading Senior High School||801 N. 13th Street|
|Riverside Elementary School||1400 Centre Avenue|
|Southern Middle School||931 Chestnut Street|
|Southwest Middle School||300 Chestnut Street|
|Tyson-Schoener Elementary School||315 S. 5th Street|
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