City Officials Announce Increased Parking Enforcement Measures to Assist with Snow Removal Operations

City Officials Announce Increased Parking Enforcement Measures to Assist with Snow Removal Operations

For Immediate Release
January 17, 2018
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City Officials Announce Increased Parking Enforcement Measures to Assist with Snow Removal Operations

Residents reminded to observe posted parking restrictions to assist city crews with clearing snow from neighborhoods across Troy

Illegally parked vehicles will be issued tickets only through January 26; beginning January 29, violations will result in vehicles being ticketed and towed

TROY, NY – City officials have announced increased parking enforcement efforts to assist Department of Public Works and Public Utilities staff effectively and efficiently clear snow from roadways. Residents are asked to observe all posted parking restrictions in their neighborhoods to help keep city streets open for municipal snow plowing operations.

Beginning Thursday, January 18 through Friday, January 26, parking enforcement officers will be issuing tickets to vehicles found in violation of posted alternate side parking restrictions. During this period vehicles will not be towed. Beginning Monday, January 29, vehicles found in violation of posted parking restrictions will receive a parking ticket and will be towed, both at the owners expense. If available, residents are asked to park their vehicle in driveways to keep city roadways clear ahead of scheduled plowing operations.

Residents are also encouraged to utilize available parking structures for overnight vehicle parking. All city-operated parking lots and garages are available for free parking overnight Monday through Friday, 6:00 pm – 8:00 am. Free parking is also available on weekends (Saturday – Sunday).

*City-operated parking lots and garages may be temporarily closed for special events or scheduled cleaning/maintenance operations. For more information on parking restrictions and road closures please see the City’s News & Announcements page.

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