City Of New Haven

CANCELLED - Snow Emergency Parking Ban No Longer Planned

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Tonight's previously scheduled parking ban has been cancelled. There is currently no scheduled parking ban going into effect. 

 

Previous Notice below;

 

Mayor Toni N. Harp has announced A CITYWIDE PARKING BAN in effect on all streets in New Haven starting at midnight SUNDAY (1/20/19) at 12:00 AM and in effect until lifted. Please stay alert for updates as conditions develop. 

The ban will include all zones;

ZONE A: DOWNTOWN AREA - all streets bounded by MLK/State/George/Howe, both sides

ZONE B: POSTED SNOW EMERGENCY ROUTES CITYWIDE - both sides

ZONE C: ALL RESIDENTIAL AREAS - No parking on the odd side

On a ZONE C residential street: Don't be the ODD car on the block!

The parking ban on all posted snow routes will be enforced with an overnight tag/tow operation starting at midnight.

CLICK HERE for a map of posted snow routes

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. Together we can get our city moving again.


ADDITIONAL SNOW EMERGENCY INFORMATION

Snow Parking at School Lots:

CLICK HERE for available parking in New Haven Public School lots


School Closings:

For updated information on school closings, please check the New Haven Public Schools app or your local school for more information: http://bit.ly/NHPSapp

Towed Cars:

If your car has been towed, find your car online using your license plate HERE.

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://newhavenct.gov/alerts

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.


Helping our Neighbors:

Do you live near an elderly or disabled resident who cannot clear their driveway or sidewalk? Are you someone who is able to lend a hand?

Whether you are a resident who needs help or a resident who would like to help, sign onto Snowcrew (powered by SeeClickFix) and join neighbors working together to freely assist one another with winter storm related snow efforts: http://bit.ly/SnowCrewNHV

How to Report Issues During the Storm:

Use SeeClickFix to report non-emergencies throughout the storm: https://seeclickfix.com/new-haven

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