Parking will be banned on Danvers streets on Thursday night (Friday morning) to assist with snow removal.
An overnight winter parking ban will be in effect overnight on Thursday night, the Danvers Department of Public Works announced on Thursday afternoon. The on-street parking ban will begin at 1 a.m. on Friday and run until 6 a.m. The ban prohibits parking on all Danvers streets from 1-6 a.m. The DPW will make an announcement when the ban has ended. Vehicles parked on the street during the ban are subject to towing. Cars that are towed are charged $125 for the tow, $35 for storage and $15 for the parking ticket. "Thank you for your cooperation as we work to make the streets safe during the coming storm," the DPW said in its announcement of the ban.
The town's first overnight on-street parking ban of the winter has been declared in Danvers for Monday night.
The first overnight parking ban of the winter under the town's new trial rules has been declared for Monday night. No on-street parking will be allowed in Danvers from 1-6 a.m. early Tuesday morning, according to the Department of Public Works. Any cars that are left on the street will be subject to ticketing and towing. The total cost for a vehicle left on the road during the parking ban and towed is $175 - $125 for the tow, $35 for storage and $15 for the parking ticket. The new policy was put into place in early December by an unanimous vote of the Board of Selectmen. The change allows overnight on-street parking all winter long except when a parking ban is announced, rather than a winter-long ban that prohibited overnight parking even …