News Alternate side parking suspensions: Holidays, weather events that save you from moving your car Holidays provide some reprieve from moving your car this weekend. Holidays have their perks, like not having to move your car to accommodate the alternate side parking rules. Photo Credit: Getty Images/Spencer Platt By amNY.com staff Updated March 30, 2018 7:46 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Alternate side parking: Those three words are enough to send a shudder down the spine of any New Yorker who dares to keep a car in the city. You know the drill: You wake up three hours early and circle your neighborhood's streets like a vulture in search of a spot, only to end up parking somewhere that will land you a $45 ticket anyway. "Should have moved the car after work," you mutter to yourself. "Should have sold my car five years ago," you whisper to no one in particular. But there's an occasional light at the end of the proverbial tunnel — a few days over the course of the year when the pesky alternate side parking regulations are suspended and you can park wherever you please. For non-city dwellers, holidays may be a time to gather with loved ones, but here in NYC, holidays carry a greater significance — not having to find a new parking spot. recommended reading Nor'easter blankets 5 boroughs in snow The city saw between 2 and 4 inches of snow, much less than what meteorologists predicted. Then there's the occasional, horrible snowstorm that puts a damper on virtually all aspects of your life but one: parking. Here's when you won't have to move your car: Friday, March 30: Good Friday Saturday, March 31: Passover Sunday, April 1: Passover Thursday, April 5: Holy Thursday Friday, April 6: Good Friday, Passover Saturday, April 7: Passover Thursday, May 10: Solemnity of the Ascension Sunday, May 20: Shavuot Monday, May 21: Shavuot Monday, May 28: Memorial Day Friday, June 15 through Sunday, June 17: Idul-Fitr (Eid al-Fitr) Wednesday, July 4: Independence Day Wednesday, Aug. 15: Feast of Assumption Tuesday, Aug. 21 through Thursday, Aug. 23: Idul-Fitr (Eid al-Fitr) Monday, Sept. 10: Rosh Hashanah Tuesday, Sept. 11: Rosh Hashanah Wednesday, Sept. 19: Yom Kippur Monday, Sept. 24: Succoth Tuesday, Sept. 25: Succoth Monday, Oct. 1: Shemini Atzereth Tuesday, Oct. 2: Simchas Torah Monday, Oct. 8: Columbus Day Thursday, Nov. 1: All Saints Day Tuesday, Nov. 6: Diwali, Election Day Monday, Nov. 12: Veterans Day (observed) Thursday, Nov. 22: Thanksgiving Day Saturday, Dec. 8: Immaculate Conception Tuesday, Dec. 25: Christmas Day By amNY.com staff Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.