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Rome's overnight parking ban ends on Saturday

Posted 3/31/23

Overnight parking on city streets in the Copper City will be allowed again starting Saturday, April 1, according to Rome Police.

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Rome's overnight parking ban ends on Saturday

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ROME — Overnight parking on city streets in the Copper City will be allowed again starting Saturday, April 1, according to Rome Police.

Parking is typically not allowed on the street during the winter to make room for snow plows. Now that warmer weather has returned, vehicles can park overnight on the sides of city streets. The ban will go back into effect on Nov. 1.

Police also remind drivers that they must still park in legal spots, which means not blocking fire hydrants or sidewalks, or violating any other parking rules. Cars that park on the street in illegal spots will still be subject to enforcement and ticketing.

Meanwhile, the City of Utica maintains a year-round ban for on-street, overnight parking, unless you have a special permit from City Hall.

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