Parking regulations in effect? Or is it a snow day?

Parking is nearly impossible in my neighborhood, since the sidewalk and street shovelers have left huge snow mounds where we normally park our cars. Does anyone know if the city will be enforcing parking regulations (i.e. ticketing) tomorrow? Is there a government website where you can find out if parking regulations have been suspended due to weather?

2 Comments so far

  1. Laiya (unregistered) on March 2nd, 2007 @ 9:17 pm

    I’m not sure about a website but on my street, they usually put up orange signs on top of the normal no-parking signs at least a day in advance to let you know which side is going to be cleared. Also, if you’re home, you’ll most likely hear the tow truck siren going up and down the street. This is probably not that helpful but it’s the ‘wait and see’ approach.

  2. Shaun (unregistered) on March 4th, 2007 @ 6:25 am

    I’ve gotten a ticket before for being parked on a snow bank on the side of the street during what would normally non-parking hours. This was prior to snow removal signs being posted. I live in the city proper, so don’t know what individual boroughs or other cities do.

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