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Sunday, December 26, 2010

New Haven imposes parking ban

NEW HAVEN - Due to expected blizzard conditions, the city has imposed a parking ban from 6 p.m. Sunday to to 6 a.m. Monday.
The city late Sunday also announced all city senior centers and libraries will be closed all day Monday.

Parking is prohibited on all streets within the downtown area bounded by Howe Street, Tower Parkway, Grove Street, State Street and North Frontage Road, the city said in a release.

Residents are encouraged to park in their driveway during snow emergencies.

Off-street parking garages downtown are still open during snow emergencies. Residents are encouraged to use these facilities as an alternative to parking on the street.

There is no parking within 25 feet of any intersection citywide and no parking within 20 feet of any fire hydrant citywide.

There also is no Parking in front of any bus stop citywide.

There is no plowing allowed of any snow into city streets.

Residents are urged to access the city website at www.cityofnewhaven.com
the city snowline at 203-946-SNOW(7669), and monitor local news and media outlets for updates.
Residents are further encouraged to opt in to the city’s Emergency Notification System by visiting the city’s website and clicking on Emergency Information on the top of the page. Participants will then click the Emergency Notification System link and follow the instructions.

Vehicles parking in violation of the parking Ban may be ticketed and/or towed.

This information was provided by the city.

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