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    SNOW EMERGENCY ROUTE TOWING AND PLOWING TO TAKE PLACE TONIGHT IN NEW HAVEN

    (2/12/2013) SNOW EMERGENCY ROUTE TOWING AND PLOWING TO TAKE PLACE TONIGHT IN NEW HAVEN

    (New Haven, CT) Tonight, the City of New Haven will undertake a large snow emergency towing and plowing effort on the main arterials which are posted “snow emergency routes” and on streets in the downtown area.

    This towing operation will occur overnight tonight, beginning at 6 pm and ending on Wednesday at 6 am.

    This is being done in order to allow for more complete snow removal on these streets and in preparation for tomorrow’s re-opening of downtown businesses.

    Any car parked on a posted “snow emergency route” or on streets in the downtown area will be subject to towing.

    If any resident is unsure if their street is a posted “snow emergency route”, they can check the city’s website. There you will find a listing of all streets that are scheduled for towing tonight.

    In preparation for a second towing and plowing operation, on Wednesday and Thursday, parking will be allowed only on the even side of the street. Any cars parked on the odd side—citywide—will be subject to towing.

    This second towing and plowing operation will take place tomorrow, Wednesday, February 13th, again beginning at 6 pm and ending Thursday morning at 6 am. This towing and plowing operation will be city-wide.

    Below, please find a list of streets that are posted snow emergency routes and will be part of tonight’s towing and plowing program.

    Ferry St (from Clinton to Chapel)

    East Ferry (Chapel to Farren)

    Farren (East Ferry to Forbes)

    Grand Av (Quinnipiac to State)

    State (Lawrence to Tower Pkwy)

    Whitney (Trumbull to Hamden Town Line)

    Willow (Whitney to State)

    Dixwell (B'way to Hamden Town Line)

    Whalley (B'way to Harrison)

    Blake St (Whalley to Fitch)

    Fitch (Whalley to Hamden Town Line)

    Howe (Whalley to North Frontage)

    N. Frontage (Orange St to Blvd)

    S. Frontage (Blvd to So. Orange)

    Church St. South (Union to S. Frontage)

    Kimberly (West Haven to Town Line and Howard Av)

    Howard Ave (Kimberly to Congress)

    Columbus (Blvd to Howard Av)

    Foxon (Middletown Ave to East Haven Town line)

    Sherman (North Frontage to Whalley)

    Residents who do not have off-street parking can park at one of the following schools that have been cleared of snow:

    Clinton Ave School, 293 Clinton Ave

    Columbus Family Academy, 255 Blatchley Ave.

    Conte-West Hills, 511 Chapel Street

    DOMUS Academy, 560 Ella Grasso Blvd.

    Edgewood School, 737 Edgewood Avenue

    ESUMS, 804 State Street

    Hill Central School, 140 Dewitt Street

    Hooker (3-8), 691 Whitney Avenue

    John Daniels School, 569 Congress Avenue

    John Martinez School, 100 James Street

    King-Robinson School, 150 Fournier Street

    Lincoln-Bassett School, 130 Bassett Street

    Mauro Sheridan Magnet School, 191 Fountain

    Ross-Woodward School, 185 Barnes Avenue

    Truman School, 114 Truman Street

    Hill Career High School, 140 Legion Avenue

    Hillhouse High School, 480 Sherman Parkway

    High School in the Community, 175 Water Street

    Hyde High School, 60 Sargent Drive

    Metro Business Academy, 115 Water Street

    Sound School, 60 South Water St.

    New Haven Academy, 444-448 Orange Street

    Wilbur Cross High School, 181 Mitchell Street

    Adult Ed, 560 Ella Grasso Boulevard

    Riverside Academy, 560 Ella Grasso Blvd

    New Horizons, 103 Hallock Avenue

    AF Amistad High School, 49 Prince Street

    Amistad Academy, 130 Edgewood Avenue

    Elm City College Preparatory, 407 James Street

    Elm City Prep Middle School, 794 Dixwell Avenue

    [END]



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