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STORM UPDATE: Central Mass Parking Bans

Saturday, December 29, 2012

 

With another winter storm just hours away from Central Mass, local parking bans have begun rolling in.

Millbury Police Department: Parking ban will go into effect once there are two (2) inches of snow on the ground

Auburn Police Department: Overnight winter parking ban in effect

Fitchburg Police Department: Parking ban in effect from 5p.m. Saturday to 5p.m. Sunday

Leominster Police Department: Parking ban in effect, no vehicles can be parked for more than one hour on any City street from midnight to 6a.m.

Holden Police Department: Parking ban will go into effect later this afternoon when crews begin treating roads

Worcester Police Department: Declared ban not yet in effect

According to the City of Worcester's website, a permanent ban will remain in effect on Emergency Arteries, WRTA Bus Routes and streets that are critical to the flow of traffic from December 1 through April 30, where there is no parking on one or both sides of the street from 2-6a.m. and when a snow emergency is declared. A declared ban applies to all remaining city streets.

 

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