ORANGETOWN, N.Y. - In an effort to help town employees keep Orangetown streets clear and safe over the winter, an overnight parking ban has been put into effect.
Beginning on Wednesday, and continuing through April 15 next year, no vehicles are permitted to be parked on any public highway between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. within the town limits, due to the Orangetown Town code regarding overnight parking in the winter.
The Orangetown Police Department noted that there are several highways excluded from the provisions of the overnight parking ban:
- South Boulevard between the South Nyack village line on the north and Old Mountain Road in the hamlet of Upper Grand View on the south;
- The east side of Mountain View Avenue between Central Avenue and Orangeburg Road in the hamlet of Pearl River;
- Garber Hill Road in Blauvelt.
- Central Avenue between Pearl Street and Middletown Road,
- Franklin Avenue between South Main Street and South Henry Street,
- Main Street between Jefferson Avenue and Washington Avenue,
- William Street between Franklin Avenue and Washington Avenue,
- Dexter Avenue.
- Main Street from the Village of Piermont line to the Erie Railroad crossing,
- Union Street between Main Street and Route 340.
- King's Highway between Old Tappan Road and Brandt Avenue,
- Old Tappan Road between Western Highway and King's Highway,
- Washington Street between King's Highway and Conklin Avenue.
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