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Overnight Snow Ban Declared for the South/Central Peninsula


An overnight snow parking ban has been declared for the South/Central Peninsula effective 11pm this evening through to 7am tomorrow morning.  This means there is no on-street parking allowed anywhere in the South/Central Peninsula area.  Any vehicles remaining on-street after 11 pm when a snow ban has been declared WILL BE TOWED at the owner's risk and expense.

Six Parking Commission snow ban parking lots have been cleared for use by on-street parking residents beginning at 6 pm tonight at:

              the corner of Princess Street and Charlotte Street

              King Street East

              Peters Street

              Carmarthen Street/Vineyard Church and

              Mecklenburg Street at Wentworth Street

              the corner of Charlotte and Queen Streets at Key Industries (entrance on Queen Street)

Vehicles must be removed from all snow ban parking lots by 7 am Monday through Friday and by noon on weekends. Vehicles remaining in the lots after these times may be towed at the owner's risk and expense.

Brunswick Square and Market Square offer a $4.00 overnight parking rate for nights when a snow ban is declared, between 8 pm and 8 am the following morning. (After 8 am parkers will be subject to regular parking rates.)

The purpose of a Snow Ban is to allow plow crews to push snow back from all streets in the South/Central Peninsula to maintain access to all streets – especially narrow ones – by emergency and private vehicles throughout the winter.

The City of Saint John apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause.  Thank you for your cooperation as we work to clear our City streets.

To find out whether a temporary overnight parking ban has been declared, call the Snow Parking Ban Recorded Information Line at 658-4040.  You can also check the City of Saint John website at www.saintjohn.ca.