HOLLAND — Holland’s seasonal restriction on overnight on-street parking has been lifted early, the city announced.


Overnight on-street parking is allowed beginning Friday, May 1, by emergency order. Typically, the city’s on-street parking restrictions last until May 15 to accommodate the Tulip Time Festival and the Spring Cleanup.


The city also cited the COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on residents as a reason for the change.


“In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic residents may have more family members at home with multiple vehicles,” the news release said. “Adjusting the date to May 1 may help households accommodate for additional vehicles and residents’ changing routines.”


Overnight street parking is still prohibited in several downtown areas, as indicated with signs, including:



6th Street from River Avenue to Columbia Avenue
7th Street and 8th Street from Lincoln Avenue to Maple Avenue
10th Street from Pine Avenue. to Lincoln Avenue.
Pine Avenue and Lincoln Avenue from 7th Street to 10th Street.
River Avenue, Central Avenue, College Avenue and Columbia Avenue from 6th Street to 10th Street
Maple Avenue from 7th Street to 8th Street.