With the recent winter storms, residents and merchants should be aware of the parking restrictions in the Town of Greenwich. During severe snow events, the Board of Selectman has the option to declare a State of Emergency and if the Board decides to declare an emergency; a parking ban is immediately enacted. Once a parking ban is enacted, the declaration prohibits motor vehicle owners from parking their vehicles on designated snow emergency streets.
Motorists should seek parking alternatives to the Town’s 88 Snow Emergency Streets. Park your car on a street that is not designated a snow emergency street or use a municipal parking lot, with the exception of Town Hall.
Cars found parked on a snow emergency street during an enacted parking ban may be ticketed or possibly towed for the duration of the ban.
The Highway Division recently recognized 28 new snow emergency streets in addition to the current 60 streets identified in the Town Charter and Code. The Board of Selectman recognized the 28 new streets as essential access roads with priority for clearing for safe passage of pedestrians, cars and emergency vehicles.
The Board formally adopted the changes at their Feb. 5, 2015 Board of Selectman meeting.
The full list can be found under the Department of Public Works-Highway (Snow Removal) or in the Town Charter and Code under Section 14, Article 5, Section XXI-Snow Emergency Streets.
Central Greenwich: Connecticut Avenue, Fawcett Place, Grigg Street, Hunter Place, Lake Avenue, Lawrence Street, LeGrande Avenue, Lenox Drive, Lexington Avenue, Perryridge Road and Ridge Street.
Byram: Beech Street, Cedar Street, Chestnut Street, Church Street West, Division Street West, Hervey Street, Kirby Street, Oak Street, Pine Street, Spruce Street and William Street West.
Glenville: Glenville Road to its intersection with Pemberwick Road and Riversville Road from Glenville Road North to the entrance to Glenville School.
Cos Cob: East Putnam Avenue from Field Road to Diamond Hill, Relay Place, Sinawoy Road and Suburban Avenue.