The city will continue its suspension of parking enforcement until May 15 as the state remains on lockdown. That means no parking tickets for unpaid meters, no payments due on tickets and no booting for another four weeks. The city-owned parking garage on Washington Street, near Franklin Street, will also be free until then. Police will continue to ticket illegally parked cars, including cars parked in front of fire hydrants or other no-parking zones. The city first suspended parking enforcement in mid March, with an end date of April 19. The order was extended after Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced he would continue New York’s closure of schools and non-essential businesses until at least May 15. Last month, the police department reassigned meter checkers to other duties, including disinfecting the public safety building.