Oh @lacityparking and @cbsla.. last night was a dark night and I looked for a parking sign at the beginning of the block and around my car in 6th. Seeing no sign and many other cars…I left my car and returned at 5 am to a street sweeping ticket.
The shown – as shown here – faces the street and not traffick and was in the middle of the block and cracked.
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> 22507.6. Local authorities may, by ordinance or resolution,
> prohibit or restrict the parking or standing of vehicles on
> designated streets or highways, or portions thereof, for the purpose
> of street sweeping. No ordinance or resolution relating to the
> parking or standing of commercial vehicles in a residential district
> shall be effective with respect to any commercial vehicle making
> pickups or deliveries of goods, wares, or merchandise from or to any
> building or structure located on the restricted street or highway, or
> for the purpose of delivering materials to be used in the repair,
> alteration, remodeling, or reconstruction of any building or
> structure for which a building permit has previously been obtained.
> No such ordinance or resolution shall be effective until the street
> or highway, or portion thereof, has been sign-posted in accordance
> with the uniform standards and specifications of the Department of
> Transportation, or local authorities have caused to be posted in a
> conspicuous place at each entrance to the street a notice not less
> than 17 inches by 22 inches in size, with lettering not less than one
> inch in height, setting forth the day or days and hours parking is
> prohibited. As used in this section, “entrance” means the
> intersection of any street or streets comprising an area of
> restricted parking for street-sweeping purposes on the same day or
> days and hours with another street or highway not subject to such a
> parking restriction, or subject to parking restrictions on different
> days and hours.