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City Enacts Even-Numbered Parking Ban

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Published on Feb 28, 2014

As a result of one of the coldest and snowiest winters in decades, high snow accumulation has caused Saint Paul streets to become too narrow for emergency vehicles to safely navigate them. To address this problem and ensure all streets are open for emergency responders, the City of Saint Paul has enacted a one-sided parking ban on the even-numbered side of all residential streets. The restrictions were announced following a survey of city streets by the Saint Paul Fire Department.

As of Saturday, March 1, any vehicles parked on the even-numbered side of residential streets will be issued a warning ticket. Beginning Monday, March 3, any vehicles violating the ban will be ticketed and towed.The ban will be in effect until warmer temperatures warrant a change.To learn more about the parking restrictions, find a map of residential streets and read a list of Frequently Asked Questions, visit: stpaul.gov/snow.

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