Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Winter Storm Warning: Snow Emergency, Parking Ban & Boston Public Schools Closed

updated 3/14/18 at 1:50pm: Snow emergency and parking ban will be lifted at 5pm. You have until 7pm to move your car from a discounted garage or pay full price. 

updated 3/13/18 at 5:30pm: Boston Publics schools will be closed tomorrow. There is still a snow emergency and parking ban in the City.

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning. Total snow accumulation of 12 to 18 inches is expected. Boston Public Schools will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, March 13. A snow emergency and parking ban go into effect in Boston beginning at 7 PM tonight (March 12).

You may begin parking at participating lots and garages two hours before a declared snow emergency. You must remove your vehicle within two hours of the City lifting the emergency ban. If you don't remove your vehicle in time, you will subject to the standard parking rate.

Some garages only allow residents from certain Boston neighborhoods to park. Other garages allow all Boston residents to park. Please check the "fee and information" section for each garage below to make sure you qualify for the discount.

South Boston Discounted Garages & Lots

Boston Convention Center
415 Summer Street

No Charge. The discount is only for South Boston residents. You'll need to provide proof of your residency. After the parking ban is lifted, you have two hours to remove your vehicle. If you don't, your car will be towed at your expense.

Channel Center Garage
116 West First Street

$10 for each 24-hour period. Please bring a valid driver’s license with a City of Boston address to the garage office.

12 Drydock Avenue

$1 for each night. The discount is only for South Boston residents. You need to have a South Boston resident sticker on your vehicle. The garage only allows snow emergency parking on the fourth floor.

Municipal Lot #018
450 West Broadway
No Charge

Municipal Lot #021
650-652 East Broadway

No Charge

Space Saver Etiquette
Did you use a trash can, cone, or some other object to save your parking space on the street? Here's what you need to know:

·        You can only use a space saver when the City declares a snow emergency.

·        You have 48 hours to use a space saver after we end an emergency. After that, you must remove it from the street.

For more information on restricted streets, clearing snow and winter storm tips, visit

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