Northbridge Winter Parking Ban Goes Into Effect Dec. 1

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NORTHBRIDGE, Mass. - An all-night parking ban for the town of Northbridge goes into effect Saturday and continues through April 1.

The April 1 date may be extended if weather conditions make it necessary, said Police Chief Walter Warchol.
The ban is effective from 1-6 a.m. and involves  all streets with the following exceptions:

The even-numbered sides of:
D Street
High Street
Linden Street
Main Street from Buma Square to Border Street
Maple Court
Overlook Street
Upper High Street from #66 to #100
Water Street from Main Street to gate at the Shop yard entrance
Johnston Ave. from Brook Street to the end of Johnston Avenue at dead end
Upper Border Street from D Street North

The odd-numbered sides of:
East Street from Johnston Avenue to Christian Church parking lot
Forest Street
Johnston Avenue from Church Street to East Street
Pine Street
Prospect Street from Cottage Street to Church Street
Water Street from gate behind Fire Station to bottom of hill, 20 feet
North of fire hydrant
Granite Street from #23 Granite to East Street

Violators of the ban will be tagged and if interfering with snow removal operations will be towed at the owner’s expense, Warchol said.

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