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Author Topic: Londonderry Winter Parking Ordinance  (Read 2730 times)
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« on: December 30, 2012, 09:42:49 AM »


The Department wishes to remind residents of the snow ordinance regarding parking and the placement of snow on the streets The Winter Parking Ban is in effect from November 1 to April 1. During that time, no person shall park any motor vehicle on any public road or right-of-way between 12:00 midnight and 8:00 A.M. or at any other time in such a manner as to impede snow removal operations. Any vehicle parked in violation will be towed by the Police Department. Any vehicles so towed shall be stored and released to the owner only upon payment of the cost of towing. No person is allowed to place any snow or ice upon the surface of the traveled portion of any Town maintained portion of road or highway. Blowing, shoveling, or plowing snow into the street, creates a very dangerous situation that can cause swerving and accidents. Any person violating this ordinance may be subject to a penalty as specified in Town’s snow ordinance.

Location of mailboxes: Mail and newspaper boxes are allowed, at the owner’s risk, in the Town’s right-of-way. Claims for damages or other liabilities resulting from their installation are the responsibility of the owner. The following are suggestions for reducing the possibility of damage: the mailbox should be installed in such a manner that no part of the mailbox is within three feet of the edge of pavement. Installations should be sufficiently sturdy to withstand the weight of heavy snow resulting from plowing operations. The Town does not repair or replace mailboxes damaged during snow removal operations.

Generally, the Town has a 50 foot right-of- way, which extends 13 feet from the edge of pavement. Residents are asked not to reconstruct road shoulders and swales or place any structures and landscape items within the Town Right-of-Way. Stakes, delineators or rocks create a road hazard and should be removed. The Town is not liable for damages that may occur to objects placed within its right-of-way.
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