CLINTON — The city of Clinton’s calendar parking procedures are set to go into effect Wednesday.
From Nov. 15 to March 15, calendar parking is used to aid city public works officials during what is known as a “snow event,” defined as any snow accumulation of one inch or more on a public right-of-way.
During snow events in this period, on odd-numbered calendar days, vehicles are only permitted to be parked or left standing on sides of the public right-of-way containing odd-numbered addresses.
That means that on even-numbered days, vehicles are only permitted to be parked or left standing on sides of the public right-of-way containing even-numbered addresses. The parking rules state that a snow event will remain in effect until 24 hours after snow has stopped falling.
Hours for calendar parking are set at 9 a.m. to 6 a.m., according to the city’s website. The date at 6 a.m. determines if the day is “odd” or “even.” The rules, however, do not apply to commercial districts in the city where parking is designated on both sides of the street.
The Public Works Department is available at 242-0261 for more information.