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Winter Parking Ban: November 1 to April 30

BELFAST POLICE DEPARTMENT

WINTER PARKING BAN

THE ANNUAL WINTER PARKING BAN WILL GO INTO EFFECT ON NOVEMBER 1

This alert is to remind all residents that the Winter Parking Ban will go into effect on November 1st and remain in effect until April 30th. Any vehicle parked overnight on any city street for more than one (1) hour between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. will be ticketed and/or towed at the owner’s expense.

Residents can park overnight in the municipal parking lots at Cross Street, Beaver Street and Washington Street. The following are special instructions for residents who use the municipal parking lots to park their vehicles overnight. In order to facilitate for winter snow removal, please park in municipal lots as follows:

Beaver Street parking lot: Park vehicles on the side of the lot next to the Opera House building. On the day after a snow storm, please park vehicles on the Court House side of the parking lot.

Cross Street parking lot: Park vehicles in the middle of the parking lot overnight and during snow storms. On the day after a snow storm, please park vehicles around the outside edge of the parking lot.

Washington Street parking lot: Park vehicles on the Washington Street edge of the lot overnight and during snow storms. On the day after a snow storm, please park vehicles in the middle of the parking lot.

The "day after a storm" means: if a storm starts on November 1st, and ends on November 2nd before 4PM vehicles will need to be parked in the designated areas for the day after a storm. Conversely if a storm starts on November 1st, and ends after 4PM on November 2nd, vehicles should remain in the areas designated for parking normally and during storms.

Please follow the links below for detailed information on how to park in each of our public parking lots.

Cross Street

Beaver Street

Washington Street

If you have any questions about the Winter Parking Ban, please call the Belfast Police Department at 338-5255.

Please have a safe winter season.

Chief Michael McFadden