Denver will resume vehicle registration enforcement this spring – The Denver Post

The City and County of Denver will restart enforcement of vehicle registration laws on April 1.

The restart of vehicle registration laws comes because the state has indicated to county motor vehicle offices that it will be resuming timely processing of requests for license plates. They’re expected to completely clear their backlog of work by the end of March.

Registration is one of a few things drivers need to look out for if they’re traveling through Denver this spring.

Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) will begin street paving season in March and once more will enforce posted street sweeping on April 1. Each program requires people to move their cars for crews, thus you’ll want to check that street sign before you park starting next week.

Street paving around Denver is expected to start March 22, weather permitting. Temporary no parking signs will be placed on streets to be paved at least 24 hours in advance of crews arriving.

DOTI says it will refrain from issuing an additional $100 citation for a tow during the 2021 paving season because of continued economic hardships related to COVID-19. But vehicle owners will receive a $50 citation for parking in a no-parking zone where street work will take place.

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