Avon residents are expected to park their vehicles on their own property. Exceptions are allowed in order to facilitate special events held by residents when additional parking for guests’ passenger vehicles is needed and can be accommodated along the frontage of the property where the event is occurring.
This exception is not intended for routine events, business activities, larger construction projects related parking, staging, storage, commercial vehicles, or on-going over-flow parking.
Permission for up to and including seven (7) days on-street parking, or for other uses of the public right-of-way, is available from the Avon Police Department.
However, if the construction or repaving project involves more than four (4) residences (fourplex) number of vehicles parked on the roadway, we ask you to apply for a Right-of-Way Use Permit through the Avon Public Works Department.
Town of Avon parking regulation 10.14.020 provides for an exception to the year round no parking on town streets ordinance. The exception requires the resident to contact the Police Department at least 24 hours in advance to obtain written permission to park vehicles on a street fronting the property of that property owner for a period of time not in excess of seven (7) days. The Police Department, in conjunction with this ordinance, requires the following regulations to obtain permission to park vehicles in compliance with this ordinance:
Residents will be contacted only if a parking permit is denied.
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