Colored Curb Zones

Colored curb zones are painted to indicate parking prohibitions or restrictions.

Additional regulations may be posted on signs and apply regardless of curb color.  Red, White and Blue curb regulations are in effect 24 hours a day, 7 days a week unless otherwise indicated by a sign. 

Red Curbs

  • General regulation: no stopping, parking or standing 
  • Applies whether or not vehicle is attended

Yellow Curbs

  • Watch our Yellow Curb Video
  • General regulation: commercial loading only
  • Vehicles with a commercial license plate are allowed to park in yellow zones, only if they are actively loading or unloading freight, for a maximum of 30 minutes
  • Yellow curb zone restrictions are in effect Monday through Saturday 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. unless otherwise posted on signs; all other parking regulations are in effect outside hours noted
  • Vehicles without a commercial license plate may load and unload passengers or baggage in these zones, but only for a maximum of 5 minutes

White Curbs

  • Watch our White Curb Video
  • General regulation: passenger loading only
  • Vehicles loading or unloading passengers may stop for a maximum of 5 minutes

Green Curbs

  • Watch our Green Curb Video
  • General Regulation: short-term parking
  • As posted, generally 15 minutes or 30 minutes
  • Green curb zone restrictions are in effect Monday through Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. unless otherwise posted on signs; all other parking regulations are in effect outside hours noted

Blue Curbs
*Currently the blue curb program is suspended. If you are interested in receiving a notification when a revised program is available, please submit a request for blue zone information via the MyLADOT website.

  • Watch our Disabled Parking Video
  • General regulation: disabled parking only
  • Reserved for constituents displaying a valid disabled parking placard or license plate issued by the California Department of Motor Vehicles
  • If you are not the recipient of a valid disabled parking placard or license plate or are not driving the recipient, you may not park in a blue curb zone even if you have a valid disabled parking placard or license.

 

Submitting a Service Request? (MyLADOT.lacity.org)
To request a new curb zone or report a faded zone submit a request online.
To report disabled placard or license plate abuse call the local Parking Enforcement Office.