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City Of Oswego’s Parking Ban Ends Tuesday

OSWEGO, NY – Mayor Randolph F. Bateman is announcing the suspension of the winter parking restrictions, effective Tuesday, March 9, at 12:01 a.m.

In accordance with the Oswego City Code, section 257-27, the mayor may suspend or remove the winter parking ban prior to March 31 at his discretion if winter conditions permit.

After consultation with the City’s DPW commissioner and police chief, Mayor Bateman has made the decision to lift the winter parking ban in response to the improving weather conditions and the lack of snow in the immediate forecast.

Residents are asked to be aware of our unpredictable weather and to minimize parking on our streets in the event of any future snowfall.

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