Alternate street parking information for City of Binghamton

By Conor Mooney

Alternate street parking information for City of Binghamton

December 1, 2013 Updated Dec 1, 2013 at 1:23 AM EDT

Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Attention Binghamton drivers, alternate street parking begins in the city, on Sunday, Dec. 1 at 5 p.m.and runs until March 15.

During that time, drivers should park on the even side of the street on even numbered days and the odd side of the street on odd numbered days until 5 p.m.

The rules don't apply for meter parking.

City officials recommend drivers "park for tomorrow" meaning if returning home after 5 p.m., park on the side of the street according to the following day's date.

Violators face a fine of $55, which can be reduced to $30 if paid within two business days.

Drivers are still prohibited from parking in front of driveways, fire hydrants, handicapped parking zones and bus zones.

Drivers must also maintain a 10 foot clearance from marked crosswalks or unmarked lateral lines continued from sidewalk on opposite sides of the highway through the intersection.

The following streets are exempt:

FLORENCE ST., between Eaton Place and Leroy St.
SEMINARY AVE., between Chestnut St. and Laurel Ave.
JUDSON AVE., between Lorraine Ave. and Glenwood Ave.
MITCHELL AVE., between Vestal Ave. and Morris St.
PARK AVE., between Vestal Ave. and Morris St.
COURT ST., between Court St. Bridge and Fayette St.

FAYETTE ST., between Court St. and Susquehanna St.
PROSPECT ST., between Front St. and Glenwood Ave.
DELEVAN AVE., between Iva St. and dead-end.
LOOKOUT ST., between Telegraph St. and Alfred St.
ALFRED ST., between Grand St. and Lookout St.
LOURDES RD., between Riverside Dr. and Dead End
CLINTON ST., between Jarvis St. and Glenwood Ave.
RONAN ST., between Baxter St. and dead-end (odd side only)
MINERVA AVE., between Grand Blvd. and Schubert St.
KING AVE., between St. John Ave. & Walnut St.
PARK ST., between Schubert St. & Harrison St.
WEST ST., between Clinton St. & Phelps St.

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