Town Green District Updates
January 2, 2014
Town Green Special Services District
Business & Property Owner Updates

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Downtown Parking Ban
Emergency alerts
Snow Removal
Downtown Parking Ban 1/2/14

Park new havenA downtown parking ban will go into effect tonight, Thursday, January 2, beginning at midnight and ending at 6am on Friday, January 3.  


The downtown parking ban encompasses all streets within the area bounded by Howe Street, Tower Parkway, Grove Street, State Street and North Frontage Road.  


Cars remaining parked on downtown streets during the parking ban will be towed.  


A parking ban is also in effect for posted snow routes and residents are asked to park on the even side of the street where ever possible.  


Free parking will be available in the Temple Street garage for those arriving between 7pm and midnight tonight (1/2/14) and again beginning at 7pm tomorrow (1/3/14). Parkers will receive a voucher that enables them to exit the garages without charge until 10am Saturday morning.


Visit the City of New Haven website or call the hotline for  snow information 203-946-SNOW (7669)  for more information on the storm.  

City of New Haven Emergency Notices
Residents and business owners are encouraged to sign up for emergency notices from the City of New Haven regarding parking bans and weather related issues. Click here to receive notifications.
Snow Removal

A reminder to our constituents that it is the responsibility of property and business owners to clear walkways and entrances to their property during and following snowfall.   


Click here for the City of New Haven's ordinance regarding ice, snow, and sleet removal.  


The Town Green will continue to work with City on emergency snow clearing from public areas (curb cuts, sidewalks, etc) during and following inclement weather.   


Please contact Matthew Griswold at 203-401-4245 or If you have questions regarding snow removal or need to hire assistance.

The Town Green Team
About Town Green Special Services District:
A business improvement district (BID) funded by a sur tax on property in Downtown New Haven, Town Green Special Services District strives to improve ownership values by making Downtown New Haven an internationally competitive urban environment in which to live, work, learn and play. Our core programs include clean and safe, events and promotions, economic prosperity and advocacy, and community outreach and engagement.
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