Snow Emergency Parking Ban
Snow Removal Continues, Some Parking Permitted
Thanks to DPS, Neighboring States
Last Updated Feb 20, 2015 – 7AM
While the city-wide parking ban for Newburyport remains in effect, snow has been removed, and PARKING IS NOW PERMITTED on these streets!
State Street (High St to Market Sq)
Pleasant Street (State to Titcomb)
Green Street (High to Merrimac)
Titcomb St (Merrimac to Washington)
Federal Street (High to Water)
Fair Street (Water to Liberty)
Prospect Street – 70% complete
Carter Street – 90% complete
SCHEDULED FOR CLEARING FRIDAY
NEXT IN LINE:
Temple St (Fair to State)
With storm after storm, clearing the streets and harvesting the snow elsewhere has been a major undertaking. Thanks to the assistance of several out-of-state resources from Pennsylvania, New York and Maryland, city officials say the Newburyport Department of Public Service (DPS) crews and contractors have removed over 100,000 feet of snow from city streets over the past three weeks. That’s over 20 miles of snow. #GoVIP!
As with any well-oiled plan, mother nature or other unforeseen circumstances could change the these events. We will continue to provide updates on the snow removal and parking ban regularly.Until then it’s important to note this ban is being strictly enforced for our safety. Illegally parked cars will be ticketed and towed.
If at anytime you want to check in on the status of the parking ban, the “Blue Lights” will be turned on at the start of the ban. When they shut off, you’re in the clear.
Or for updates, please call the Snow Emergency / Parking Ban Line: 978-463-0472 or 978-465-4464 ext. 1797.
And if you’re able to assist those in need of shoveling, please contact the COA Director Roseann Robillard at 978-462-8650 or email@example.com.
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