Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Some Good News About Parking

Common Council President Don Moore announced this morning that alternate side of the street parking will be suspended on weekends, from 8 p.m. on Friday to 8 p.m. on Sunday, beginning on July 1 and continuing through October 31. From November 1 through March 31, because of the possibility of snow and the need to plow, alternate side of the street regulations for overnight parking as we now know them will be reinstated. 

The suspension goes into effect this weekend, which means that cars can legally be parked overnight on either side of the street from Friday night to Saturday morning and from Saturday night to Sunday morning. However, on Sunday night, according to HPD Chief Ellis Richardson, even though Monday is a legal holiday, all cars must be parked overnight on the even side of the street or risk being ticketed. 


  1. Good news is not acceptable in Hudson.

  2. But even with the "good news", they won't let Hudson residents park on Monday, July 4th,
    a legal holiday, on either side of the street. So they always have to throw in some "bad news" to keep everything in balance. Are they having the odd side of the streets cleaned on Monday?

  3. So glad to have a dedicated parking space behind the house. I still can't figure out the parking rules in this town.

  4. Neither can those tasked with enforcing them.