D.C. officials said Tuesday that parking enforcement suspended for the coronavirus pandemic will return June 1.

As the pandemic began in March last year, the District eased some parking restrictions, suspending fines in residential, school and commercial zones.

In March of this year, Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) said city employees would phase in some parking enforcement efforts, starting with school zones.

“You should expect, as we have more activity in the city, full parking enforcement will resume at some point,” Bowser said.

As the city slowly reopens, that point will be June 1. The D.C. Department of Motor Vehicles said in a statement that it would restart “all parking enforcement,” including towing of illegally parked vehicles and requirements for vehicle registration renewal and inspection.

Booting of vehicles with two or more outstanding tickets that are 60 days old will begin July 1.