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    We do not want residents to be ticketed and towed. Know the rules and regulations of parking during a snow event.    

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    Parking Compliance

    Parking compliance is an important factor in ensuring plows are able to clear roads after a snow event. If plows, City or private, are unable to move through a street because of illegally parked cars, both the quality and the efficiency of snow clearance will be negatively impacted.  

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    The City takes the following measures to enforce parking:  

    Police patrol high priority areas to ticket and, if necessary, tow illegally parked vehicles. Those areas include routes around hospitals and public safety buildings, steep hills, and narrow streets where cars don't follow even-odd parking rules.

    • Police patrol high priority areas to ticket and, if necessary, tow illegally parked vehicles. Those areas include routes around hospitals and public safety buildings, steep hills, and narrow streets where cars don't follow even-odd parking rules. 
       
    The City takes the following measures to enforce parking:  
    • Police patrol high priority areas to ticket and, if necessary, tow illegally parked vehicles. Those areas include routes around hospitals and public safety buildings, steep hills, and narrow streets where cars don't follow even-odd parking rules.  
    • Ticketing and towing illegally parked cars that block plows on narrow roads.  

    Residents are reminded to:   

    • Observe the odd/even parking restrictions on their street to make way for plows  
    • Move vehicles from the street whenever possible during a significant snowfall  
      
       

    Snow Priority Parking Enforcement Areas 

    The City has identified priority streets for parking enforcement during snow events. These streets were selected using city data, including the percentage of multi-family dwellings, the width of the street, and other elements contributing to increased on-street parking. The City also included streets previously identified as problem points for plow drivers. A list and map of the streets are included below.  

     Priority Parking Areas 2018

    List of Snow Priority Parking Enforcement Areas  

    This list is subject to updates. 

     

     Northeast 

    100 Collingwood Ave.

    300 Collingwood Ave.

    100 Durston Ave.

    100 Jasper St.

    100 Mildred Ave.

    200 Nichols Ave.

    100 Paul Ave.

    100 Peck Ave. 

     

    Southeast

    500 Clarendon St.

    100 Redfield Pl.

    200 Robert Dr.

    200 Roosevelt Ave.

    300 Roosevelt Ave.

    800 Sumner Ave. 

     

    Northwest 

    300 Apple St.

    200 Bryant Ave.

    100 Steuben St.

    200 Tennyson Ave.

     

    Southwest 

    100 Belle Ave.

    100 Calthrop Ave.

    200 Calthrop Ave.

    100 Fernwood Ave.

    100 Matson Ave.

    300 Newell St.

    100 Ostrander Ave.

    100 Parkside Ave.

    100 Parkway Dr.

    100 Reed Ave.

    200 Reed Ave.