Changes in Effect from Friday, July 10 to Monday, Sept. 7
WINTHROP — Town Manager Austin Faison and Police Chief Terence Delehanty announce several changes are being made to the the Point Shirley resident parking as part of a pilot program for the area.
Starting Friday, July 10 until Monday, Sept. 7, a resident permit will be required at all times in order to park on the public roads in the Point Shirley area, beginning at the Southern end of the wall at Yirrell Beach. Resident permits are available for all Winthrop residents. Visitor placards are only valid in the vicinity of the address to which they are issued.
To apply for a resident permit or visitor placard, please click here..
This pilot program aims to provide more parking for Winthrop residents. The changes were approved by the Town Council at their Tuesday, July 7 meeting. The Town Council will evaluate the program in September to decide whether or not to make these restrictions permanent.
The impacted streets are:
- Bay View Avenue, excluding the angle parking adjacent to Coughlin Park, which will only require a permit from 1-5 a.m.
- Elliot Street
- Grand View Avenue
- Hale Avenue
- Maryland Avenue
- Otis Street
- Pebble Avenue
- Shirley Street heading south from the Petrel Street intersection.
- Siren Street
- Tafts Avenue
- Townsend Street
- Triton Avenue
- Undine Avenue
- Whittier Street
For a map of the affected area, please click here.
Areas posted as “No Parking except for Saturday and Sunday Church Services” are exempt from the permit requirement from one hour before scheduled church services to one hour after the services end.
All other parking regulations remain in effect.
The full text of the Shirley Point ordinance amendment can be found here.