The end of Sunday parking fees is here. After a year or so of charging for Sunday meter parking, San Francisco is repenting its policy. Mayor Ed Lee has seen the light and cancelled the Sunday paid parking program to make it more affordable for locals and visitors to spend time in city parks and shops.
Only a few locations will still cost parkers. According to the article in sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com:
The SFMTA will still operate meters in the city on Sundays in some areas, including those under the jurisdiction of the Port of San Francisco and at Fisherman’s Wharf as well as parking lots at Eighth and Ninth avenues at Clement Street, Geary Boulevard at 18th and 21st avenues, Eighth Avenue at Irving Street, the Pierce Street Garage near Lombard Street and Felton Street at San Bruno Avenue.
The city will inform parkers of the Sunday paid policy only where it will continue to be applied. In all other areas, the public will read the joyful news from the meters themselves.