Last month, City leaders announced a crackdown on double parking — and we immediately launched a new campaign called #ParkingDirtySF to identify where this dangerous behavior is the worst so that enforcement can be targeted appropriately.
The campaign has gotten a lot of traction already, and you can scroll down to see some of the top photos posted so far. We’d also love your input on where you think #ParkingDirtySF needs to be cleaned up the most, so please share your thoughts with us!
Take action to help fight double-parking:
- Let us know. Tell us in the form below where you see the worst double-parking and jammed up intersections and we’ll make sure it gets shared with the SFMTA and SFPD.
- Report the violation to the City. When you see double-parking violations, call 415-553-1631.
- Join the online campaign. Post a photo of the offense on Twitter using hashtag #ParkingDirtySF . Don’t forget to include information on where the dirty deed is happening, and tag @sfmta_muni and @sfpd as well as @sfbike!
Highlights from the #ParkingDirtySF Campaign So Far
Thank you to all the of people who have already participated in the campaign. Click here to view the stream of posts for the #ParkingDirtySF campaign.
Some #parkingdirtysf on the Polk St bike lanes pic.twitter.com/EE77bffOWy
— Christopher Kidd (@BikeBlogChris) December 21, 2014
@SFMTA_SFpark @sfbike in front of City Hall #parkingdirtysf pic.twitter.com/qYuYydUeRO
@sfbike Valencia between 17&18, a few minutes ago #ParkingDirtySF pic.twitter.com/FfrTOKypmO
— Anna Osmukhina (@AOsmukhina) December 19, 2014
— Rene (@runrenerun) December 18, 2014
#ParkingDirtySF wiggle bike lanes don’t get that much use, i guess. https://t.co/d9Oep8bG7S
— volker (@prawnpie) December 16, 2014
@sfpd @sfmta_muni @sfbike @mayoredlee 17th Street at Castro #ParkingDirtySF pic.twitter.com/M51NZPA3RK — William Cline (@wwcline) January 3, 2015
Bike lane blocked by 2 cars and a truck. Townsend St w.b., west of 4th St. #ParkingDirtySF @sfmta_muni @sfpd @sfbike pic.twitter.com/ie25I6HKNC
— esatmitdotedu (@esatmitdotedu) January 3, 2015