A new winter parking ban will go into effect tonight, November 12, 2019, at 10 p.m. With low temperatures forecast over the next few days, city crews will continue removing snow and scraping surfaces to ensure the best possible conditions.
Travel safe and stay warm!
What is a winter parking ban in Burlington?
A winter parking ban can be declared by the City of Burlington when snow fall or expected snow fall indicates that it may be necessary to plow city streets from curb to curb.
Upon declaring a ban, all media is notified, city parking ban lights are turned on and a tape recording is activated at 802-658-SNOW (7669). Call the number for the most up-to-date information.
When is it announced?
A snow ban is always declared by 3 p.m. to be effective that evening.
- The ban is in effect from:
- Midnight to 6 a.m. in the downtown core
- 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. outside the downtown core
- You may not park on any city streets or parking lots during the ban.
- Any vehicles left on city streets or parking lots will be issued a $125 ticket and towed to another location.
- Vehicles found with more than $75 in outstanding fines or previous winter tow tickets will be towed to a designated garage until payment is made.
What do I do?
Get your car off the streets before the above times!
Free parking is available from 8 p.m. in all three of Burlington’s municipal garages:
- Marketplace Garage (entrances at 147 Cherry St. and Bank St.)
- College Street Garage (entrances at 60 College St. and Battery St.)
- Lakeview Garage (41 Cherry St.)
Be sure to park on lower decks of the garages only. Drivers are prohibited from parking on the roof of garages during a parking ban.
- You must remove your car by 8 a.m. or you will be charged a full day’s rate. A full day at Marketplace Garage is $10. A full day at Lakeview or College Street Garages is $8.
View all parking in BTV here.