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Galion enforcing snow emergency parking ban

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 1/28/2014

Mayor Thomas O’Leary has declared that the City of Galion will begin enforcing the Snow Emergency Parking Ban beginning at 6 a.m., Thursday, Jan. 30, through midnight on Friday, Jan. 31.

Vehicles parked on designated streets must be moved or will be towed at the owner’s expense. The city is also asking that residents on streets that are not designated as Snow Streets adhere to the 24-hour parking ordinance so that their street can be plowed.

The snow streets designated include: 

  • All Harding Way East
  • All Harding Way West
  • Church Street between East and Jefferson Streets
  • North Jefferson Street between Church Street and Harding Way West
  • Liberty Street between Church and Atwood Streets
  • Columbus Street between Church and Atwood Streets
  • All Market Street
  • Union Street between Church and Atwood Streets
  • Atwood Street between Boston Street and Erie Railroad tracks
  • Walnut Street between Boston and Liberty Streets
  • Boston Street between Harding Way West and South Market Streets
  • All South Street
  • East Street between Harding Way East and Sherman Street
  • Grant Street between North Market Street and King Avenue
  • Wood Street between South and East Streets
  • East Street between Wood and Smith Streets
  • Smith Street between First Avenue to west end of Smith Street
  • First Avenue between Smith Street and Harding Way East
  • Dawsett Avenue between South Street and City limits
  • Sixth Avenue between Dawsett Avenue and Harding Way East
  • Parson Street between Boston and South Streets
  • Sherman Street between North Market and North East Streets
  • King Avenue between Sherman and Grant Streets
  • Railroad Street between South of Erie Railroad tracks from Boston Street to City limits

Violation of the ban will result in a $100 fine. Any vehicle found parked in violation of the ban may be impounded by the City and the costs and expenses of impounding and storage shall be charged to the owner or operator of the vehicle, which charges shall be paid before the vehicle is released to the owner or operator.

   
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