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Victor Winter parking ban approaching

VICTOR, Idaho — Winter is fast approaching, which means parking rules are about to change in Victor.

The City of Victor reminds the public that the winter parking ban begins next Friday, November 15 and is in effect until April 1.

While the winter parking ban is in effect, no vehicles or trailers will be allowed to park on roadways, public easements for such roadways, or in any designated alleyway within city limits from 2–7 a.m. in business areas and 2–10 a.m. in residential areas.  Violators will be towed at the owner’s expense.

The City is gearing up and will be ready to remove snow from public streets. In accordance with City policy, snow will not be removed by the City on any public alleys or private property. It is unlawful for any person to move snow from his or her property to a public easement. It is also unlawful to park a motor vehicle or to leave any other obstructions adjacent to or on a public street in such a manner as to interfere with snow removal by the City.

If you carpool or ride the START bus to Jackson for the day, please park your vehicle at the transit center or the Depot. Both park-and-ride locations are well lit and plowed. Long term parking is also available at Sherman Park for up to two weeks if you are planning to go out of town.

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