Parking on East Hartsdale Ave is difficult. More and more younger people are moving to E Hartsdale Ave and they have more cars. There are not enough parking spaces in the apartments to accommodate each of the residents.
Between December 1 and March 15 we prohibit parking on streets in Greenburgh whether it snows or not. The police department supports making an exception on East Hartsdale Ave. Parking would only be prohibited if a snow emergency is declared between the hours of 1 AM to 6 AM. If snow is anticipated we will advise residents not to park on the street. During times when snow is not anticipated cars can park on the street--which should enable everyone to find a parking space. During snow storms residents can park at Webb field (Richard Presser park). We will use digital boards to advise residents. The Town Board has scheduled a public hearing for November 21 at 7:30 PM to hear from the public. The hearing takes place at Town Hall.
LINK TO TOWN BOARD WORK SESSION DISCUSSION ON PARKING ON EAST HARTSDALE AVE WITH PARKING AUTHORiTY
RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF GREENBURGH
SETTING A PUBLIC HEARING ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2016, AT 7:30
PM, TO CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF A LOCAL LAW AMENDING
CHAPTER 460 OF THE CODE OF THE TOWN OF GREENBURGH (1) TO
PROHIBIT PARKING ON EAST HARTSDALE AVENUE FROM DECEMBER 1
TO MARCH 15 BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 1:00 A.M. TO 6:00 A.M. ONLY
WHEN A SNOW EMERGENCY IS DECLARED, AND (2) TO PROVIDE FOR
THE TOWING OF VEHICLES PARKED ON EAST HARTSDALE AVENUE
DURING A SNOW EMERGENCY
WHEREAS, to facilitate the removal of snow, no person, except a person granted a special permit
by the Chief of Police for medical reasons, can park a vehicle from December 1 to March 15 on East
Hartsdale Avenue between the hours of 1:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m., pursuant to Section 460.20 of the Town
Code (“SNOW PARKING”), except on the streets specified in Schedule XV (§ 460-64); and
WHEREAS, several Town residents residing in the vicinity of East Hartsdale Avenue and
surrounding streets have had difficulty locating parking during the period from December 1 to March 15
and have recommended amending Chapter 460 as it pertains to parking on East Hartsdale Avenue, to
reflect a snow emergency system wherein parking is only limited to the times when it actually snows; and
WHEREAS, the Town Board is interested in seeking public comment to determine whether
amending Section 460 to reflect a snow emergency system limiting parking to times when a Snow
Emergency is declared is a viable alternative to completely eliminating parking from December 1 to
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Town Board of the Town of Greenburgh that
the Town Clerk set a Public Hearing to be held at Greenburgh Town Hall, 177 Hillside Avenue,
Greenburgh, New York, on the 21st day of November 2016, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matter can be heard, to consider the adoption of a local law amending Chapter 460 of the Code of the
Town of Greenburgh (1) to prohibit parking on East Hartsdale Avenue from December 1 to March 15
between the hours of 1:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. only when a Snow Emergency is declared and (2) to provide
for the towing of vehicles parked on East Hartsdale Avenue during a Snow Emergency
Dear Friends & Neighbors:
I want to thank the entire Greenburgh community for making the 2016 Annual Greenburgh Library Book Sale our best ever!!! Thousands of used books - donated by you - have found their way into new homes. Thank you.
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