Overnight parking regulations change next week in Dunkirk


DUNKIRK, N.Y. (WIVB) — Overnight parking regulations in Dunkirk will be changing next month, much like in other parts of western New York.

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The regulations, which take effect on November 3, will change to help snow removal efforts during winter.

Through April 4, overnight parking will be banned on the following streets between 3:30-7 a.m:

  • Brigham Rd. from Lakeshore Dr. South to the City Line.
  • Brooks Ave.
  • Canary St.
  • Central Ave. from City Pier to the City Line.
  • Columbus Ave.
  • Doughty St.
  • Eagle St. between 5th & 6th Streets, between Lakeshore Dr. West & Second Street
  • E. Chestnut St. from Fizell St. West to Warsaw St.
  • E. 6th St. from Main St. East to Maple Ave.
  • Franklin Ave. from Main St. South to Wright St.
  • Franklin Ave. from Talcott St. South to City Line
  • Irving Pl.
  • Lakeshore Dr. from City Line to City Line.
  • Lamphere St. from 7th South to City Line.
  • Lark St.
  • Leopard St.
  • Lynx St.
  • Main St. from Lakefront Blvd. South to 6th St.
  • Main St. Extension from Newton St. South to City Line.
  • Maple Ave. from Main St. South to Talcott St.
  • Middle Rd. from Moffat St. East to City Line.
  • Nichols Ave.
  • North Beaver St.
  • Pelican St.
  • Plover St.
  • Point Dr. North
  • Point Dr. West
  • Roosevelt Ave.
  • Ruggles St. from Main St. South to Wright St.
  • Taft Pl.
  • Talcott St. from Roberts Rd. West to Franklin Ave.
  • Temple St. from 4th. North to CSX
  • 3rd St. from Main St. West to Central Ave.
  • Washington Ave. from 3rd St. South to 4th St.
  • 2nd St. from Brigham Rd. West to Brooks Ave.
  • 7th St. from Woodrow Ave. West to Brigham Rd.
  • Woodrow Ave. from Lucas Ave. North to 6th St.

Alternate parking regulations will take effect on all other streets during the same dates.

Vehicles must park on the odd-numbered side of the street on odd-numbered days, and on the even-numbered side on even-numbered days.

The date after 5 p.m. will determine which side people can park on.

If these regulations aren’t followed, it could result in parking tickets or a vehicle being towed.

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