SNOW REMOVAL OPERATIONS
DATE of Notice: Tuesday, February 17, 2015
TIME of Notice: 2:30 PM
THE PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR HAS DECLARED A PARKING BAN FOR THE FOLLOWING STREETS TO ALLOW THE CONTINUATION OF SNOW REMOVAL OPERATIONS STARTING AT 8:00 PM ON FEBRUARY 17, 2015. VIOLATORS WILL BE TICKETED AND TOWED.
BEGINNING AT 8:00 PM Tuesday - February 17, 2015
AREA #1 - BEGINNING AT 8:00 PM
Islington - (Brewster to Maplewood), Court Street - (Middle to Pleasant), Fleet Street - (Court to State), Court Place, Church Street, Hanover Street - (Pearl to Maplewood), Bridge Street, Deer Street to Maplewood
AREA #2 - BEGINNING AT 10:00 PM
State Street - (Middle to Marcy), Middle Street - (Islington to Austin), Chestnut Street, Porter Street, Fleet Street - (Court to State), Church Street, Pleasant Street - (Junkins to Congress), Penhallow Street - (State to Daniel), Custom House Court, Sheafe Street, Chapel Street - (State to Daniel), Washington Street
AREA #3 - BEGINNING AT 12:00 AM (Wednesday February 18, 2015)
Daniel Street, Congress Street, Bow Street, Chapel Street - (Daniel to Bow), Penhallow Street - (Daniel to Bow), Market Street - (Congress to Russell), Ladd Street, High Street - (Congress to Ladd), High Street - (Hanover to Deer), Fleet Street - (Congress to Hanover), Maplewood Avenue - (Congress to Deer), Hanover Street - (Maplewood to Market) Russell St. Porter Street
City residents may park in the High-Hanover Parking Facility for $3 during snow removal operations with proof of residency. Residents present a valid driver's license or vehicle registration with a Portsmouth address to the booth attendant on exiting the parking garage.
Public Works Department 427-1530.
Snow Phone SNO-SNOW (766-7669)
Comcast Channel 22
Your Cooperation is Appreciated.
END OF PRESS RELEASE
- Once a Snowban is declared the following Parking Lots are Available During Snowstorms
- City residents may park in the High-Hanover Parking Facility during snow emergencies
utilizing snow ban coupons from a declared parking ban advanced notice until a time
deemed appropriate by the Public Works Director or his/her designee following
termination of the snow ban, but in no event less than two hours after the termination ofthe snow ban.
- The parking lots illustrated in the map below are also available for parking during snowstorms.