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Posted on: December 4, 2020

2021 Snow Season Parking Regulations and Restrictions



Mayor Carlo DeMaria would like to remind residents of the current ordinances regarding snow regulations and parking restrictions for when either a parking ban or snow emergency is declared. For this snow season, from December 2020 – April 2021, vehicles should park on the ODD side of the street. On streets with one sided parking vehicles should remain on the side that is permitted throughout the year.This applies for secondary streets as there is NO parking permitted on emergency arteries during a parking ban.

Emergency arteries include:

  •  Chelsea          Everett Sq. to Everett Ave.
  • Hancock         Broadway to Malden line
  • Nichols           Ferry to Chelsea line
  • Norwood        Bucknam to Everett Sq.
  • Lawrence        Entire length
  • Bellrock          Entire length
  • Broadway      Boston line to Malden line
  • Main               Sweetser Circle to Malden
  • Elm                 Ferry to Revere line
  • Ferry             Malden line to the Parkway
  • Bucknam       Norwood to Belmont St
  • High              Broadway to Ferry
  • Alpine            Entire length
  • Union St         Entire length
  • Tremont St     Entire length
  • Tileston St      Entire length
  • Lynn St           Entire length
  • Second St      Entire length
  • Bryant St        Entire length
  • Waverly St     One sided parking is allowed (no parking on the Easterly side) Hancock to Warren
  • Garland .        One sided parking is allowed (no parking on the Easterly side) Bell View to Somerset

 On streets with one sided parking please park on the side that is permitted throughout the year.

You may park in municipal lots but vehicles must be removed within 24 hours of the end of any storm for cleaning and plowing.

Municipal lots include: School St (lot).--Norwood St (lot).--Victoria St.(lot)--Day Park (lot)--Floyd St.(lot)

Failure to follow parking ban and/or snow emergency regulations will result in the ticketing and towing of vehicles.

The Code Enforcement Department would also like to remind people when shoveling not to throw snow back into the street.  This hinders the efforts of the City to effectively plow our roadways, and is subject to fines up to $300. Also, using objects to reserve parking spaces during the ban is allowed but must be removed 48 hours after emergency ban is lifted.(this allows for shoveling of your space)

The Mayor and his administration ask that all residents help the City achieve a successful snow removal season by following these regulations, and thank everyone in advance for their cooperation.

 For additional information please tune in to ECTV

on Comcast/Channel 22 or RCN/Channel 13

Or you may call 311 with any questions.

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