The Town of Stoneham reminds you that winter parking regulations will be in effect as of December 1. This means that no parking is permitted on public streets between 1 and 6 a.m. until April 1st. The violation for overnight parking in the winter months is $25.
Upon the accumulation of 3 inches of snow or more a parking emergency shall exist and on street parking is not allowed at any time. Cars may be ticket and/or towed.
These regulations are in effect in order to facilitate snow and ice control in the town. During snow operation/emergencies, parking in the Public Right of Way shall be prohibited at all times.
Residents are also reminded that parking is not permitted on sidewalks at any time. This often becomes a problem in the winter when residents attempt to comply with winter parking restrictions by placing cars on the sidewalk. This is not only illegal – it is also dangerous for pedestrians trying to negotiate the sidewalks in already difficult circumstances.
The Director of Public Works, for the purpose of removing or plowing snow or removing ice from any way within the limits of the Town and from the Town parking areas and from any other land owned or used by the Town, may remove or cause to be removed to some public garage or other convenient place, any vehicle parked upon such highway, parking area or land and interfering with such work, and the storage charges and other costs of such removal shall be borne and paid by the owner of the vehicle.