DENVER (KDVR) — A lot of miles of Denver city streets went unswept, judging by the number of tickets handed out.
April 1 means the Denver street-sweeping program is back and enforced. The street-sweeping season that was put on pause during portions of the COVID pandemic runs through November.
At $50 per ticket, the city made $338,600 from tickets on three April days.
The city is already blowing past recent records. The total number of tickets issued on April 1, 5 and 6 is well above the average number of weekly tickets from 2020. The city cited 6,772 cars on those three days this year. In comparison, the city issued 5,861 in a week during the summer of 2020.
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