The Town of Plymouth has closed all public buildings for tomorrow and has implemented a Parking Ban for Downtown Plymouth. Park Plymouth offices will also be closed for tomorrow and will reopen Wednesday, Feb. 14. Please see the details below for the Parking Ban press release and the attached map of places to park until the Parking Ban has been lifted.
TOWN OF PLYMOUTH
BOARD OF SELECTMEN / TOWN MANAGER
26 COURT STREET, PLYMOUTH, MA 02360
PARKING BAN IN DOWNTOWN PLYMOUTH IN ANTICIPATION OF SNOW EVENT
WHEN: Due to the significant nature of the snowstorm predicted for Tuesday, February 13th, the Town of Plymouth will implement a parking ban within a specified zone in the downtown and North Plymouth areas of town.
The parking ban will begin on Tuesday (February 13th) at 7:00 a.m. and will run through Midnight.
WHAT: Vehicles parked on a public way within the specified zone will be subject to tagging and towing at the owner’s expense during the specified snow ban. During the snow emergency, free parking is available in any town-owned public parking lot as indicated in RED on the Parking Ban Map attached.
WHERE: The Parking Ban Zone encompasses all areas between the ocean and the following boundary:
Beginning at the most easterly terminus of Hedge Road, westerly to Court Street, westerly across Court Street to South Spooner Street, westerly on South Spooner Street to Standish Avenue, south on Standish Avenue to Samoset Street, east on Samoset to Oak Street, south on Oak Street to Summer Street, east on Summer to Pleasant Street, south on Pleasant to Robinson Street, west on Robinson to Mayflower Street, south on Mayflower to South Street, east on South Street to Sandwich Street, south on Sandwich Street to the entrance to Stephens Field. For a map of the Parking Ban Zone, please visit the Town’s website at www.plymouth-ma.gov.
For more information, please visit the Town’s website, Facebook, or Twitter pages; call the Town’s Snow Line at (508) 830-4162, extension 12101; or tune to 95.9 WATD and 99.1 WPLM. In addition to the parking ban, the Public Works Department requests help from residents in staying off the roads during the storm in order to conduct snow removal operations. Your cooperation is appreciated.
Citizens who wish to register their phone numbers with the Plymouth & Bristol County Emergency Alert System (for both emergency and general notifications) may visit http://www.pcsdma.org/CodeRED.html or call the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department Field Services Division at (508) 830-6200. Please be advised that if you previously registered with the Plymouth Bristol Emergency Alert System, prior to August 2011, you must re-register your information with the new system provider, CodeRED.