Meter enforcement will follow on June 8

St. Louis—The City of St. Louis Parking Division announced that parking enforcement at curbs will resume on Monday, June 1, 2020.

Drivers should read posted signs carefully before parking.

Tickets will be issued for illegal parking, including but not limited to the following:

  • Street sweeping days
  • No parking zones
  • Fire hydrants
  • Vacant lots
  • Improper diagonal directions

Parking meter enforcement will return on June 8, 2020. Look for additional information about adjustments to late penalties as the economy begins to re-open.

“As Treasurer, I have been laser focused on helping St. Louisans safely survive these challenging economic times,” said Treasurer Tishaura O. Jones. “We are working on a safe, phased return. If you need more help, please sign up for a free, online 1-on-1 financial counseling session or class with our Office of Financial Empowerment at”

ParkLouie suspended most ticketing, collections, and escalation of late penalties on March 16. Since then, the Treasurer’s Office has been offering financial tips and resources, available at and All departments have implemented skeleton crew and work-from-home plans when possible. Offices and garages have continuously been thoroughly cleaned with numerous precautions to protect the health of St. Louisans.


About Treasurer Tishaura O. Jones

Elected in 2012, Treasurer Tishaura O. Jones has transformed the Treasurer’s Office and Parking Division to increase transparency, integrity, and service. New initiatives have yielded over $25 million for St. Louis. Jones launched the Office of Financial Empowerment (OFE) to help St. Louisans make better financial choices, and OFE’s College Kids Program has helped over 16,000 public school students start educational savings accounts, with over $1.1 million so far to give children a better future. She has a Master’s in Health Administration from the Saint Louis University School of Public Health and a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from Hampton University and uses the Ferguson Commission report as a guide to “invest in people.” Learn more at,,, and