Winter Parking Ban
PARKING BAN HOURS: Midnight (12:00 a.m.) to 7:00 a.m.
MONTHS OF PARKING BAN: December 1st to April 1st
NO PARKING on the EVEN NUMBERED SIDE of all streets except those streets restricted to one side parking by regulation, except:
NO PARKING ON BOTH SIDES of the following streets or parts of streets:
- Ames Street
- Battles Street
- Belair Street
- Belmont Street
- Cary Street from Court Street to Centre Street
- Centre Street
- Clifton Avenue from Main St. to Copeland St.
- Commercial Street
- Copeland St from Market St to W. Bridgewater
- Cottage Street
- Court Street
- Crescent Street
- East Ashland Street
- Forest Avenue
- Frederick Douglas Way (formerly High Street)
- Grafton Street from Belmont St to Menlo Street
- Hereford Street
- Howard Street
- Legion Parkway
- Lincoln Street
- Longwood Avenue
- Lyman Street
- Main Street
- Montello Street
- North Cary Street from Court St. to N. Quincy St.
- North Main Street
- North Montello Street
- North Pearl Street
- North Quincy Street
- North Warren Avenue
- Oak Street
- Perkins Avenue
- Pearl Street
- Plain Street
- Pleasant Street
- Quincy Street
- Richmond St from Battles St to N. Warren Ave
- Sawtell Avenue
- School Street
- Summer Street
- Torrey Street
- Warren Avenue
- West Street
- West Chestnut St. from Donald St. to Pearl St.
- West Elm Street
- Winter Street
EMERGENCY SNOW OR WEATHER RELATED PARKING BAN:
If an emergency snow removal or weather related parking ban is declared at any time by the Mayor or the Commissioner of the Department of Public Works, there will be NO PARKING ON ANY STREET for the duration of the Emergency Ban.
The penalty for any violation of any part of this regulation shall be in accordance with the schedule of fines for parking violations in the City of Brockton in effect at the time of the violation, and shall not exceed the applicable fine. In addition, violators may be subject to towing costs.
Please call 508-580-7807 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with any questions you may have concerning the above-mentioned parking restrictions.
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Appeal to a parking violation notice
The following DO NOT constitute valid reasons for dismissing a ticket:
- You did not see the sign (NO PARKING, HANDICAPPED)
- You did not know that parking was restricted (permit parking) in the area where the violation occurred
- You were only there for a short time
- You have never been ticketed for this violation before
- Obstructing traffic or parking on a crosswalk, in front of a handicapped ramp or sidewalk is a violation even if it is only partial
- There were no other places to park
- You think that the fine is too high.
BROCKTON APPEAL PROCEDURES
In accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, all parking violations must be paid within 21 days of issue. Any appeal after 21 days from the date the violation was issued are held solely at the discretion of the hearing officer and may not be granted. If you are appealing the parking ticket(s) listed on the notice you received follow these procedures.
All appeals must be in writing. Forms must be submitted and are available at
Brockton Police Department
7 Commercial Street
Brockton, MA 02302
Your written appeal should state your case clearly and concisely as to why you believe that you should not be held accountable to pay the parking ticket(s) in dispute. Include any maps, drawings or photographs to support your case.
You will not be charged any late fees during the appeal process. If you are submitting the appeal within 5 days of the 21 day deadline, late fees may still accrue. The hearing office will remove any late fees that are incorrectly applied when a decision is made. Tickets not appealed within the 21 day time period or failure to appear at hearing will not have late fees removed.