Let’s keep in mind that street parking, while not as convenient as on site, is still workable. It is only during snow emergencies that it can get really troublesome.
I did a little research and below you can find snow emergencies regulations for Buffalo and Niagara
Buffalo’s population has taken a huge cut and now stands at 100,000. These cities are very knowledgeable and train how to attach snow removal.
I do think Gloucester could call the mayor’s office of say Buffalo and get advice: Amherst, Elwood and other smaller villages make up Buffalo - these have there own snow emergency rules. Which I think would apply to a Magnolia, the Fort, PR of Lanesville - having different rules as well.
Looks like the walks are getting cleared of snow as per the rules.
http://www.niagara-gazette.com/news/loc ... 4d0d3.html
In brackets is a quote from above artivle about Niagara NY snow removal.
[Beginning Dec.1, the rules for alternative overnight parking will be adjusted from 3 a.m. through 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. through 7 a.m. That means the cars must be moved to the appropriate side of the street by 11 p.m. and remain there until 7 a.m. the next day. Vehicles parked on the wrong sides of streets during the winter hours could be ticketed. In severe cases where vehicles are obstructing DPW or emergency crews, the city can also have vehicles towed.
"Our midnight shift starts at 11 p.m.," city Public Works Director John Caso said. "So we want to get into the side streets and (the time change) gives us a three hour longer window to tackle the snow. I think it will help our snow removal. It will get us into the side streets sooner."]]
Buffalo’s Parking Regulations are based on Bus Routes and alternate side parking on certain side streets - below
https://nextdoor.com/agency-post/ny/buf ... -71083253/