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City of Albany reminds residents of available off-street parking

City of Albany reminds residents of available off-street parking Photo: albany.edu.

Isabel Lim
Created: March 19, 2020 10:53 AM

The City of Albany is reminding residents of available off-street parking and asking residents to continue complying with alternate-side parking regulations throughout the City. 

The city says alternate-side parking serves two critical functions: first, it facilitates the City’s street cleaning operations throughout the city. In dense neighborhoods, street cleaning serves a critical public health role.

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Here is a list of off-street parking lots that are available effective immediately:

ARBOR HILL/SHERIDAN HOLLOW

  • Parking Area Adjoining Arbor Hill Softball Field (North Lark St.)
  • 230 Colonie St. (Playground Lot)
  • 178 Colonie St. (Playground Lot)
  • Ten Broeck Mansion (Parking Lot & Sidewalk West End)

PINE HILLS

  • Ridgefield Park (Enter on Partridge St.)
  • Woodlawn Park Little League
  • Washington Park (All Roadways and Parking Areas)

SOUTH END

  • Krank Park Area
  • Franklin St. (Between Schuyler St. & Bassett St. – East Side)
  • Lincoln Park (All Interior Roadways & Parking Area - the time-limit restrictions have been lifted effective Tuesday, March 17)

CENTER SQUARE

  • SUNY Albany’s Thurlow Terrace Lot (do not park in designated EV Charger spots unless charging an electronic vehicle)
  • Washington Park interior roads (the time-limit restrictions have been lifted effective Tuesday, March 17)

NORTH ALBANY

  • North Second St. & North Third St. (Above Pearl St.)
  • Parking Area across from North Albany American Legion Post

WEST END

  • Bleecker Stadium (Parking Area & Roadways)
  • North Side of Livingston Ave. (Opposite Judson St. Parking Lot)


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