STAMFORD, CT - Due to the approaching winter storm, Mayor David Martin has declared a snow emergency for the City of Stamford effective beginning at 6:00 PM on Tuesday, January 21. The snow emergency will remain in effect until conditions improve and the Mayor declares an end to the snow emergency.
As of 6:00 PM tonight, all vehicles that are parked on emergency snow routes must be removed. These routes are clearly marked with red and white signage. Vehicles that remain will be ticketed or towed at the owner’s expense.
For a complete list of designated snow routes, residents can visit StamfordCT.gov. Critical information will be linked from the city’s homepage. Residents can call 203-977-4140 for more information. A list of streets affected are included here.
Vehicles that need to be removed from designated snow routes can park in one of three city garages free of charge until 24 hours after the snow emergency has been rescinded. Residents living on a snow emergency route may also park on neighboring streets where parking is not prohibited.
City garages are located at:
17 Forest Street
28 Bell Street
100 Summer Street
Snow Emergency Route Streets in Stamford
North St.- from Washington St. to Prospect St.
from Washington Blvd to Main St.
from Henry St. to Manhattan St.
Elm St.- from the rail road tracks to Shippan Ave.
Shippan Ave. -
from Elm St. to Magee Ave.
from W. Main St. to Broad St.