After months of suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Detroit will resume parking and code enforcement starting Monday.
Three departments, including municipal parking, Buildings, Safety Engineering and Environmental Department and the Department of Public Works, will resume enforcement, the city announced Friday.
Residents and visitors using municipal parking in the city will need to pay for parking through the Park Detroit App, or at kiosks and meters on the streets, the city said.
Although the Buildings, Safety Engineering and Environmental Department (BSEED) offices are closed, the department will resume enforcement on property maintenance and environmental compliance, according to the city.
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