The Parking Ban for the City of Springfield will end this morning at 7 am.
The Springfield parking ban ended as of 7:00 AM today, December 19, 2016. We thank you for your assistance and cooperation.
The parking ban for the City of Springfield will end at 4:00 PM today, December 12, 2016. On behalf of the Department of Public Works we extend our thanks for your assistance with this matter.
A Parking Ban will be in effect beginning this evening, December 11, 2016 at 7:00pm, until further notice.
NO PARKING on the ODD side of the street
from 9:00 A.M. through 4:00 P.M.
NO PARKING on the EVEN side of the street
from 7:00 P.M. through 7:00 A.M.
The Parking Ban includes all metered parking spaces.
Vehicles in violation will be ticketed and/or towed during the Parking Ban
Courtesy Snow Ban Parking Availability
The Springfield Parking Authority provides parking when a Parking Ban Notice is issued.
Snow Ban parking will be available at the Civic Center Garage for a fee of $2.00 every 12 hours.
Parkers may access Civic Center Garage Monday at 8:00AM.
The parker must park on the 4th floor or higher. Do not park in spaces marked “Reserved”. There will be a yellow envelope left on the car for payment. The parker must put their spitter ticket in the envelope with payment and place envelope in the yellow box (located at booth) at the Harrison Ave. side when exiting the garage. Please note- the Civic Center Garage has a height clearance of 6’ 2” (six feet, two inches). Large vehicles or vehicles with roof racks are not able to park in the garage.
If you need assistance from Security; call (413) 246-5757.
For information on snow ban hours:
Watch: WGGB – TV 40 or WWLP TV – 22
Listen: WHYN 560am radio
Springfield, MA – Mayor Domenic Sarno announces that upon the retirement of Chairman Al Chwalek, he has appointed Mr. Aaron Senez of 46 Bronson Terrace to the Springfield Parking Authority (SPA). Mr. Senez is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with a B.A. in Sociology. He has owned and operated Aaron Transport LLC since he founded the company in 2011. Mayor Sarno has also named longtime SPA board member Thomas Lott of 207 Forest Park Avenue as the new SPA Chair.
Named to the School Building Commission is Mr. Colin McQuade of 1081 Dickinson Street. Mr. McQuade earned his B.S. in Sociology in Criminal Justice at Suffolk University and his M Ed. in Administration of Higher Education at Merrimack College. He currently works as Coordinator for Student Activities and Campus Center Operations at American International College.
Mayor Sarno states, “I am very appreciative of Mr. Senez and Mr. McQuade’s willingness to serve our city and bring a new insight to their respective boards. Also, very appreciative of Mr. Lott’s continued belief and investment in our city and our SPA as he becomes its new Chairman.”
Barbara Eckert just might be the nicest person in Springfield.
It doesn’t matter if it’s raining, if it’s snowing, if the temperature dips below zero or soars into the 90s. Eckert’s smiling face leans out the tiny booth at the Harrison Avenue exit to the Civic Center Garage as cars leave and shouts out an unescapable “Have a good one!”
Read full story here
Effective September 20th, 2016 access to the I-91 North Garage upper level is opened to all vehicular traffic.