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September 25, 2018

Fulton’s Seven City Parking Lots


The city operates seven municipal parking lots. Some are busy all of the time; at least one gets nearly no traffic at all. They are: Lot 1, which is the big lot at Canal Landing. It is surrounded by storefronts, including Dollar General, Canalview Travel and Empire Vision Center. There are 75 all-day spaces here, and 32 two-hour spaces; Lot 2, the tiny lot behind the former Wayne's Drugs building. The lot has 17 two-hour spots; Lot 3, a small lot across Oneida St. from the downtown business district. There are 22 spaces in the lot, which are available only by buying a permit from the city; Lot 4, the large, rarely-used lot between Lot 3 and Black Clawson. This lot is down a fairly steep grade from Oneida St. and the business district. Almost no one parks here, except for the occasional fisherman. Skateboarders use the lot in the summer; the city stores snow here in the winter; Lot 5, the disputed lot next to Tavern on the Green, with 24 all-day spaces in the center of the lot, ringed by 26 two-hour spaces; Lot 6, across from Fulton Savings Bank, which has 37 two-hour spaces, and; Lot 7, adjacent to Lot 6 and across from Towpath Towers senior home, which has 20 spaces reserved for the home's residents and 60 spaces available by permit only. Add it up: 99 all-day spaces, 117 two-hour spaces, 82 available by permit only.

(Click the map for a full-sized version) The city operates seven municipal parking lots. Some are busy all of the time; at least one gets nearly no traffic at all. They are: Lot 1, which is the big lot at Canal Landing. It is surrounded by storefronts, including Dollar General, Canalview Travel and Empire Vision Center. There are 75 all-day spaces here, and 32 two-hour spaces; Lot 2, the tiny lot behind the former Wayne's Drugs building. The lot has 17 two-hour spots; Lot 3, a small lot across Oneida St. from the downtown business district. There are 22 spaces in the lot, which are available only by buying a permit from the city; Lot 4, the large, rarely-used lot between Lot 3 and Black Clawson. This lot is down a fairly steep grade from Oneida St. and the business district. Almost no one parks here, except for the occasional fisherman. Skateboarders use the lot in the summer; the city stores snow here in the winter; Lot 5, the disputed lot next to Tavern on the Green, with 24 all-day spaces in the center of the lot, ringed by 26 two-hour spaces; Lot 6, across from Fulton Savings Bank, which has 37 two-hour spaces, and; Lot 7, adjacent to Lot 6 and across from Towpath Towers senior home, which has 20 spaces reserved for the home's residents and 60 spaces available by permit only. Add it up: 99 all-day spaces, 117 two-hour spaces, 82 available by permit only.

The city operates seven municipal parking lots.  Some are busy all of the time; at least one gets nearly no traffic at all.  They are:

Lot 1, which is the big lot at Canal Landing.  It is surrounded by storefronts, including Dollar General, Canalview Travel and Empire Vision Center.  There are 75 all-day spaces here, and 32 two-hour spaces;

Lot 2, the tiny lot behind the former Wayne’s Drugs building.  The lot has 17 two-hour spots;

Lot 3, a small lot across Oneida St. from the downtown business district.  There are 22 spaces in the lot, which are available only by buying a permit from the city;

Lot 4, the large, rarely-used lot between Lot 3 and Black Clawson.  This lot is down a fairly steep grade from Oneida St. and the business district.  Almost no one parks here, except for the occasional fisherman.  Skateboarders use the lot in the summer; the city stores snow here in the winter;

Lot 5, the disputed lot next to Tavern on the Green, with 24 all-day spaces in the center of the lot, ringed by 26 two-hour spaces;

Lot 6, across from Fulton Savings Bank, which has 37 two-hour spaces, and;

Lot 7, adjacent to Lot 6 and across from Towpath Towers senior home, which has 20 spaces reserved for the home’s residents and 60 spaces available by permit only.

Add it up:  99 all-day spaces, 117 two-hour spaces, 82 available by permit only.

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