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HRM’s Overnight Winter Parking Ban In Effect on December 15th


HRM Release:
(Friday, November 26/2010) – HRM would like to advise residents that
the overnight winter parking ban will come into effect in the Urban Core
on Wednesday, December 15th. The parking ban restricts on-street parking
each night from 1 a.m. to 7 a.m. This means that within the service
core, no vehicle can be parked on the street during these times. The
fine amount is $50 if paid within 60 days and $82.96 after that.
Reminder: a vehicle left parked overnight on December 14th will be in
In times of heavy snowfall on days leading up to December 15th, HRM
asks residents to please not park on the streets as it interferes with
snow clearing operations. Residents are reminded that Section 139 of the
Motor Vehicle Act provides that parked vehicles obstructing snow removal
or winter maintenance operations may be removed at the owner’s cost,
regardless of time or date.
In the event of a snow storm, HRM asks that residents please allow 12
hours after the end of the snowfall for crews to plow main roads and bus
routes and 24 hours for residential and rural streets. For sidewalks,
please allow 12 hours on main routes, 18 hours on school and bus routes
and 36 hours for sidewalk clearing on residential and rural streets.
HRM thanks you for your cooperation and patience during and after snow
events. Working together we can have a safe and enjoyable winter
For more information on winter parking legislation, service standards,
driving/parking solutions, HRM’s Smart Trip program, frequently asked
questions and more, please visit us at halifax.ca and click on the snow
information icon, or call 490-4000.

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