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Winter Parking Restrictions
In accordance with City Ordinance 20-26, during snow events this winter parking will be allowed only on the EVEN side of the street with the exception of Montauk Ave. Failure to park in accordance with this ordinance may result in a ticket and tow at the owner's expense. Parking in the municipal lots is not an alternative.
PLEASE CHECK THE CITY OF NEW LONDON WEBSITE FOR UP-TO-DATE PARKING RESTRICTIONS
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Parking tickets may be paid by mail or in person at the following location:
New London Parking Authority
Water Street Parking Garage
160 Water Street
New London, CT. 06320
Water Street Parking Garage Contact number is (860)443-1775.
To protest a parking ticket, a Request for Parking Ticket Hearing form must be submitted within 48 hours of the receipt of the ticket. The form may be accessed electronically by clicking on the link above. Alternatively, the form may be obtained in person from the address above or from the Records window at the police department.
The form should be completed and returned along with the original ticket to the New London Parking Authority at the address listed above.
We, the members of the New London Police Department, are committed to providing the highest quality of police services. By empowering our personnel to work in partnership with the community toward a goal of improving the quality of life within the city of New London through preserving peace, reducing fear and providing for an overall safe environment, the department protects the rights and dignity of all citizens with professionalism and compassion.