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The District Department of Transportation (DDOT), in conjunction with the Department of Public Works (DPW) and the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), will strictly enforce a two-part curbside parking strategy* around RFK Stadium, April though October 2005, on Washington Nationals and DC United game days.


Vehicles registered within certain Ward 6 and Ward 7 parking areas will receive a special RFK Stadium Parking Permit from the DC Sports and Entertainment Commission. The permit is available at the RFK Stadium Administrative Office on the 4th Floor of the Stadium 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Special RFK Parking Permits are required for Ward 7 vehicles east of 19th Street and south of Florida Avenue; and Ward 6 vehicles south of C Street and east of 16th Streets, NE/SE, and north of Pennsylvania Avenue. Any vehicle without a special RFK permit or a valid visitor's pass in these areas will be ticketed and/or towed during a DC United or Nationals game.


In addition, there is a secondary area of high Residential Parking Permit (RPP) enforcement in Wards 6 and 7. In these areas, only persons with a valid RPP may park during game days. There is no two-hour grace period for non-RPP holders on game days. This applies to Ward 6 registered vehicles in the following area: east of 19th Street, NE/SE, south of Maryland Avenue and Florida Avenue, NE, and north of Pennsylvania Avenue, SE. It also applies to the Ward 7 River Terrace in Northeast. Residents with guests within these zones must obtain a visitor parking permit from the Metropolitan Police Department local precinct. New signage to implement these parking regulations will be placed on the affected neighborhood streets beginning Monday, April 11, 2005.


District government agencies will continue to monitor the effectiveness of this curbside parking strategy and make adjustments as required to ensure that local residents have priority access to curbside parking in their neighborhood.

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