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City Issues Warning To Parking Violators

OSWEGO, NY – The city of Oswego has adopted a Neighborhood Quality of Life Committee to improve living conditions throughout the city.

One of the committee’s efforts is to improve the off-street parking conditions particularly as it pertains to the use of public space for parking as well as parking on lawns and grass.

A vehicle observed parked on the lawn within the first 25 feet of the property line in the front yard of a residence violates Section 280-55 (B) of the City of Oswego Zoning Ordinance.

This parking must cease immediately.

A special permit is required for front yard parking.

Should you wish to apply for a special permit, please contact the Zoning Office (342-8157) on the third floor of City Hall.

Failure to comply with this requirement will result in the issuance of an appearance ticket for Oswego City Court.

A vehicle observed parked on the grass between the curb and sidewalk or between the sidewalk and property line in public space at a residence violates Section 257-26 (D)(2) of the City Code.

This parking must cease immediately.

Failure to comply with this requirement will result in violation tickets issued by the parking attendant of the Oswego Police Department.

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  1. They are looking into the wrong issue here. They should be investigating, landlords renting each location to many tenants, now that they can park on the streets overnite, in the winter. Certain landlords are now renting to more tenants than they have parking for. The streets are more crowded than ever day and night, good weather or bad.

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