Concord calls overnight parking ban ahead of storm

Concord city plow vehicles clear the sidewalks and roadway on North State Street overnight on January 31, 2024, near the State House as the city declared no overnight parking so the crews could clear the roads from the recent storms.

Concord city plow vehicles clear the sidewalks and roadway on North State Street overnight on January 31, 2024, near the State House as the city declared no overnight parking so the crews could clear the roads from the recent storms. GEOFF FORESTER/Monitor staff

Monitor staff

Published: 04-03-2024 12:33 PM

Modified: 04-03-2024 12:45 PM


The city of Concord is banning on-street parking overnight Wednesday as a storm bears down on the region.

No on-street parking will be allowed from midnight until 7 a.m. Thursday, the city said in a notification.

Parking on the street can hinder snow removal efforts, and cars parked on the street will be subject to ticketing and towing, according to the city.

Parking in city garages is free starting at 7 p.m. tonight until 8 a.m. Thursday for permit/lease spaces and 9 a.m. for metered spaces.

Public garages include the ones on School Street, State Street, and Storrs Street.

Penacook residents can park in the Canal Street municipal lot at the corner of Village and Canal streets near Chief’s restaurant. While the lot is posted for no overnight parking, this is being lifted during the ban to accommodate residents. Residents are asked to only park in public spaces on the south side of the lot along Canal Street.

In addition, trash and recycling collection will be postponed on Thursday until Friday. Friday’s c

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