Brattleboro Winter Parking Ban Begins November 15, 2021

The Brattleboro Parking Department would like to advise everyone that the winter parking ban will go into effect, starting Monday, November 15, 2021. Overnight parking is forbidden on all streets in the town of Brattleboro. Vehicles parked for longer than one (1) hour between 11:00pm and 07:00am may be ticketed and towed at the owners expense.

Brattleboro has a flashing light system and a signboard program in place to assist citizens in knowing when plowing will be done. A flashing AMBER light designates the need to remove snow from off street lots. A flashing PURPLE light designates the need to remove snow from the streets. Snow removal starts at 11:00pm. During snow storms vehicles must be parked under cover in the Transportation Center. As well, DPW will place sign boards around town with notification of pending snow removals.

Vehicles may be towed at any time if they are hampering snow plowing or snow removal.

Again, the winter parking ban will go into effect Monday, November 15, 2021. This ban will remain in effect until April 15th, 2022.

Comments | 3

  • Tweaks still needed

    I still think the ban should go into effect as of the first snowfall. Street parking is essential for lots of people.

    Let’s see if it snows before the 15th… (and then, if it doesn’t, let’s see what MY ban schedule would give us…)

    • Enforcement

      I wonder if the Town intends to NOT ENFORCE the ban until there is an actual snowstorm?

      Of course Grotke’s solution would better protect people who park on the street, because even if the town intends non-enforcement until snow actually flies, not everyone who wants to park would know about the exemption.

  • During snow storms vehicles must be parked under cover in the Transportation Center?

    I didn’t know the Town Garage had the capacity to accommodate parking for all cars in town without other means of off street/lot parking.

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