Come Aug. 10, you're going to have to remember your street's weekly sweeping schedule - the city announced today that ticketing for violators will start again then.
The city gave up on ticketing at the start of the pandemic here in March, as people quarantined and sheltered in place. But with more workplaces now re-opened, the city's going to try to sweep away weeks worth of accumulated dirt and trash.
One small thing: While BTD will be out in force writing all those tickets they had to abandon, the city will not initially be calling in tow trucks to get cars out of the way of the street sweepers.
Tickets will run you $40 in most of the city for daytime sweeping, except in Charlestown, where tickets are a heftier $90 - part of a pre-pandemic program to see if higher ticket prices would encourage people to move their cars without worrying about getting towed. Tickets for parking in overnight sweeping areas are also $90.
Healthcare workers who are ticketed can continue to apply to have them waived, as long as they're not parked in front of a hydrant or in a handicap spot.
More Boston street sweeping info.