On July 6th parking enforcement officers on patrol booted 19 vehicles while enforcing the new parking scofflaw ordinance, which was in its second day. Parking enforcement officers booted nine vehicles on July 5th, the opening day of the new program. The City of Seattle plans a “soft launch” of the program, booting a limited number of vehicles in the first week of enforcement.
The Parking Enforcement Section will continue its patrols looking for more parking scofflaws (vehicles with four or more overdue, unpaid parking tickets found in public right-of-way areas).
In other news, it’s really fun to yell “SCOFFLAW!” at people. Give it a try.