Winter parking rules go into effect December 1 for Binghamton, Johnson City and Endicott, among other local municipalities.

In Binghamton and Johnson City, cars have to be parked on the odd-numbered side of the street on odd-numbered calendar days and moved at 5 p.m. to correspond with the next day’s date.


Both municipalities issue warnings for a few days after the start of enforcement before putting real tickets on cars.

In Binghamton, alternate side parking includes all City streets, including those with parking on only one side.  The rules do not apply for kiosk parking and some streets are posted as exempt from alternate side parking rules.

The following areas are exempt from alternate side parking rules in the City of Binghamton:

  • ALFRED STREET, between Grand and Lookout Streets
  • CLINTON STREET, between Glenwood Avenue and Jarvis Street
  • CONKLIN AVENUE, between South Washington Street and the State Street Bridge off-ramp
  • COURT STREET, between the Court Street Bridge and Fayette Street
  • CRANDALL STREET, between Clinton Street and dead-end.
  • DELAVAN AVENUE, between Iva Avenue and the dead-end to the northeast
  • FAYETTE STREET, between Court and Susquehanna Street
  • FLORENCE AVENUE, between Eaton Place and Leroy Street
  • FRONT STREET, between Riverside Drive and Leroy Street.
  • HARRISON STREET, between Matthews Street and West End Avenue
  • JUDSON AVENUE, between Lorraine and Glenwood Avenue
  • KING AVENUE, between St. John Avenue and Walnut Street
  • LOOKOUT STREET, between Telegraph and Alfred Streets
  • LOURDES ROAD, between Riverside Drive and the dead-end to the north
  • MINERVA AVENUE, between Grand Boulevard and Schubert Street
  • MITCHELL AVENUE, between Vestal Avenue and Morris Street
  • OAK STREET, between Gaines St. and Prospect Street
  • PARK AVENUE, between Vestal Avenue and Morris Street
  • PARK STREET, between Schubert and Harrison Streets
  • PROSPECT STREET, between Front Street and Glenwood Avenue
  • RONAN STREET, between Baxter and Prospect Streets (odd side only)
  • SEMINARY AVENUE, between Chestnut Street and Laurel Avenue
  • WEST STREET, between Clinton and Phelps Streets

Like Binghamton, Johnson City’s winter parking rules are in effect for 24 hour periods with cars required to move to the proper side by 5 p.m. the previous day.

In Endicott, vehicles cannot be parked or stopped on any Village street and municipal parking lot between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m. unless otherwise posted. There are some locations in Endicott where parking is prohibited between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. after a snow emergency where there is a snowfall of three inches or more.

Anyone with questions can contact the police traffic division or in Endicott, check the village website and refer to the codebook link.



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