City of New Haven - 03/20/2018 - 07:08PM

PARKING BAN LIFTED (UPDATE)

CITYWIDE PARKING BAN LIFTED AS OF 6AM THURSDAY
BAN LIFTED FOR ALL STREETS
NO ODD SIDE BAN IN EFFECT



(PREVIOUS BAN INFORMATION BELOW)



CITYWIDE PARKING BAN IN EFFECT WEDS 3/21 BEGINNING AT 6PM
 
  • THE DOWNTOWN & POSTED SNOW ROUTE BAN ENDS 6PM THURSDAY
 
  • THE RESIDENTIAL ODD SIDE BAN WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
  City of New Haven Snow Information Line: 203-946-7669  There is no parking on any posted snow emergency route or 25 feet from any intersection, bus stop, or fire hydrant during a declared snow emergency. Ticketing and/or Towing will be enforced.  The City of New Haven is preparing for snowfall on Wednesday March 21, 2018, and a citywide parking ban of all posted emergency snow routes (both sides of the street) and the odd side parking on residential streets will go into effect at 6PM Wednesday March 21st.  Citywide Parking Ban  The City of New Haven will institute a CITYWIDE PARKING BAN on all SNOW EMERGENCY ROUTES – which includes all downtown streets, bounded by MLK/State/George/Howe – and the ODD side of RESIDENTIAL streets in New Haven starting at 6PM Wednesday March 21st and ending for Downtown and the posted snow routes at 6PM Thursday March 22nd. The odd side residential ban will remain in effect pursuant to the conditions as they manifest.  In support of DPW snow clearance efforts, the City will be enforcing the parking ban with ticketing and towing beginning at 6PM Wednesday.  The Citywide Parking Ban also includes parking restrictions in all RESIDENTIAL areas. In RESIDENTIAL areas parking is prohibited on the ODD side of residential streets. Please park only on the EVEN side of streets.    The residential area parking ban will be enforced with Tag and Tow operations in support of DPW snow clearance and snow removal operations.    On A Residential Street: Don't be the ODD car on the block – Park on the EVEN Side!  Stay ahead of the storm and secure your emergency parking space today! Help our community cleanup effort by talking to your neighbors and sharing off street parking. By working together, we can get our city back to normal more quickly.  Please take note of the following Parking Ban timeframes for Park New Haven garages offering the $3 overnight rate:  
The Temple St and Granite Sq. (State at Audubon) garages are offering 
$3 per day parking starting Wednesday March 21st at 4PM.  All vehicles utilizing these garages must remove their cars by 8AM Friday, March 23rd.    The less cars on the road, the more effective removal operations will be!

 

ADDITIONAL SNOW EMERGENCY INFORMATION
  Towed Cars: If your car has been towed, find your car online using your license plate:  http://bit.ly/ParkingTicketNHV  Emergency Alert Notifications:  To stay up to date on all the latest storm related information and any parking bans that will be in effect, sign up for the Emergency Notification Alert System. It's a free and effective way to stay informed however best suits your needs:http://cityofnewhaven.com/gov/depts/emergency_info/alerts.htm  Please share this link with your community and help us help them prevent being towed!   Keeping Sidewalks Clear!  Don't forget! During a snow storm, please work to keep your sidewalks clear to their full width. A lot of your neighbors continue to walk and use our sidewalks, and it is important for a Great City to have clear sidewalks during a storm so we all can still get around our neighborhoods and use CT Transit bus stops.  How to Report Issues During the Storm:   Use SeeClickFix to report non-emergencies throughout the storm by clicking here: seeclickfix.com   City of New Haven Snow Information Line: 203-946-7669  City of New Haven Emergency Operations:  203-946-8221  City of New Haven Non-Emergency Police:  203-946-6316  Connection to Social Services: dial "211" from any phone http://www.211ct.org