Welcome to our WINTER PARKING INFO PAGE
If you are a resident of Nahant and do not have
adequate off street parking, you may pick up a Parking Waiver Application at the Nahant Police Station. Once the application is submitted
and reviewed you will be notified upon its approval.
||The Town of Nahant has a Winter
Parking Policy stating that all vehicles must be parked
off the street during the hours of
12AM - 6AM from December 20, 2014 to March 20, 2015
- A $30.00 nonrefundable application
fee is required in order to process each request for a parking
waiver. This fee must be paid by check or money order only and
made payable to the "Town of Nahant" prior to review
of the application. Cash Will Not Be Accepted.
- All vehicles at the residence must be registered
to that address. If there are two off street parking spaces, but
there are three vehicles at the residence, all three must be registered
to that address in order to qualify for one waiver permit needed
for on street parking. Commercial or lease vehicles must have
the operator/lesser residing at that address.
- Persons applying for a parking waiver permit Must get off street parking when it snows or when a snow emergency
has been declared due to a forecasted snow fall.
- All vehicles, With or Without a parking
waiver, Must be off the street when it snows or when a
snow emergency has been declared due to a forecasted snowfall.
- Any vehicle left on the street during a snow storm
(whether a declared snow emergency or not) will be subject to
a fine for impeding Snow Removal, which is $50.00. In addition,
the registered owner will also be subject to a towing charge when
the vehicle is removed from the street.
- Violations (such as impeding snow removal) will
result in a review and possible Revocation of the Parking Waiver.
- All three Town Departments (Police, Fire and Public
Works) must approve the parking location selected by the applicant.
Should any on of the departments reject the location selected,
the application will be returned to the applicant so they can
find a suitable area to park.
Robert C. Dwyer
Chief of Police