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CITY OF BOSTON SNOW EMERGENCY PARKING INFORMATION

Hope you all safe, living in a beautiful and enjoyable City like Boston has it's benefits but on a SNOW EMERGENCY  it is important that you have the information for your specific neighborhood for the parking restrictions and potential areas to park your vehicles.

The City of Boston has prepared a list of information for specific City of Boston Neighborhoods for parking requirements during this snow emergency.

 

Please search for your specific neighborhood on:

                                                  http://www.cityofboston.gov/snow/parkingmap/

 

This is a very specific site with maps and more to assist the City of Boston, Massachusetts residents deal with emergency parking situations during a Snow Emergency in the City.

 

                                   Please stay safe, your personal safety is of the utmost importance!

MaryBeth Mills Muldowney, Massachusetts Real Estate Broker and Licensed Auctioneer

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Comment balloon 8 commentsMaryBeth Mills Muldowney • January 23 2016 12:10PM

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Stay Safe and enjoy the snowfall from inside.

Posted by Ellen Caruso (Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty) over 2 years ago

MaryBeth Mills Muldowney 

Oh I remember those snow emergencies all too well from my days in the Boston area. It certainly important to know about so you can avoid ticketing  and towing. No doubt there are other emergency issues to know about, like bus and train schedules.

Jeff

Posted by Jeff Dowler, CRS, The Southern California Relocation Dude (Solutions Real Estate ) over 2 years ago

Ellen Caruso I wish you a safe snow storm event too in New York.  It is incredible how just 24 hours makes such a big difference in our scenery!

Stay safe!

 

Posted by MaryBeth Mills Muldowney, Massachusetts Broker Owner (TradeWinds Realty Group LLC) over 2 years ago

HI Jeff, I am assuming your post is coming from sunny California.  Yes Boston does have it's winter challenges, parking being a big one!  The City of Boston does a pretty good job of trying to prepare the residents for the snow event, of course the residents themselves have to be proactive too!  Thank you for your comments, come back and visit Boston (in the springtime LOL).

Posted by MaryBeth Mills Muldowney, Massachusetts Broker Owner (TradeWinds Realty Group LLC) over 2 years ago

I live in the North Georgia mountains and we had snow too.  About 1-2 inches plus ice.  It is not usually the snow that slows us down, but the ice. 

Everyone stay safe.  It doesn't hurt any of us to stay inside a few days with a good book and a glass of wine by the fireplace!

Posted by Rosemarie Heindel, Rosemarie Heindel (Harry Norman Realtors) over 2 years ago

Hi Rosemarie Heindel. I am all for that. A bit of rest and relaxation to get ready for the big spring market we have to look forward to. Stay safe during this weather season.

Posted by MaryBeth Mills Muldowney, Massachusetts Broker Owner (TradeWinds Realty Group LLC) over 2 years ago

I'm a Bostonian by birth. One thing I'll never understand about drivers in the Philadelphia area, they don't as a rule move their cars off the street in a snowstorm. Then they literally fight for the few parking spaces left.

Posted by Suzanne Strickler, School is never out for the Succesful. (Realty Mark Associates) over 2 years ago

Hi Suzanne Strickler, I live south of the city now but grew up there too!  Had a conversation with a contractor today from Boston and of course in conversation we touched on the fact that the chair or the "ash barrel" in your spot does no longer reserve it for you on the streets of Boston!

Posted by MaryBeth Mills Muldowney, Massachusetts Broker Owner (TradeWinds Realty Group LLC) over 2 years ago

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