Boonville Police Cracking Down on Parking Violations Downtown

Beginning April 1, officers with the Boonville Police Department will be cracking down on parking violations in the city's downtown area.

Posted: Apr 1, 2021 10:38 AM
Updated: Apr 1, 2021 10:40 AM

The Boonville Police Department says it's cracking down on parking violations downtown.

Recently, lines were painted downtown to mark the through travel lanes on Locust, Main, Second, and Third streets.

BPD says that effective April 1, parking enforcement will begin around the square.

"If you are parked in one of the parking spots, and your vehicle hangs over the newly painted lines in each parking spot, you are in violation for obstructing traffic," BPD said.

BPD says that this includes larger vehicles, cars not pulled up to the curb, and materials (construction equipment, sporting equipment, etc,) that would extend into the lane of travel.

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