Winter Parking Ban In Effect

MONTPELIER — Winter parking ban started at 1 a.m. Tuesday, February 16 and will continue until further notice.

Based on current weather predictions the City of Montpelier will be enforcing a winter parking ban starting at1 a.m. on Tuesday February 16. During this ban parking is prohibited on city streets between the hours of 1 a.m. and 7 a.m. Cars parked on city streets may be ticketed and towed. A map of locations where parking is permitted is available here: http://www.montpelier-vt.org/documentcenter/view/3201. This winter parking ban will be in effect until otherwise noticed.

Due to the narrowness of these streets or the operational requirements of Public Works, overnight Winter Parking is ALWAYS Prohibited on:

  • Those portions of Memorial Drive, Northfield Street and Berlin Street lying within the radius of one hundred feet from the point of intersection of said streets
  • Cedar Street for its entire length
  • Chapman Road for its entire length
  • Charles Street for its entire length
  • Cherry Avenue for its entire length
  • Cliff Street for its entire length
  • Court  Street between its intersection with Elm Street and the intersection with Governor Aiken Avenue
  • Downing Street for its entire length
  • East State Street on its northerly side from Main Street to Cedar Street and on its southerly side from 89 East State Street to West Street
  • Elm Street on both sides from State Street to Spring Street
  • Langdon Street on both sides for its entire length
  • Liberty Street from Main to Hubbard
  • Nelson Street for its entire length
  • Pleasantview Street for its entire length
  • Prospect Street for its entire length
  • School Street on both sides between Elm Street and Main Street
  • School Street from the intersection of School and Main Streets easterly to the intersection with Loomis Street
  • Spring Street on both sides from its intersection with Elm Street easterly to its intersection with Keck Circle
  • Taylor Street on both sides from State Street to Taylor Street Bridge
– From the City of Montpelier website www.montpelier-vt.org
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