Town of Hudson, NH
Hillsborough County
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§ 317-14 Definitions.

As used in this Article, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
PUBLIC STREETS
All ways serviced by public snow removal equipment and all streets accepted by the Town.

§ 317-15 Violations and penalties.

[Amended 3-27-2007; 2-8-2016 by Ord. No. 16-01]
A. 
Fines for parking violations shall be as follows:
Violation
Fine
Interference with snow-clearing operations
$100
Winter parking ban
$20
Blocking private/public driveway
$20
Parking within crosswalk / 20 feet
$20
Parking on crosswalk
$20
Parking on sidewalk
$20
Parking within intersection / 30 feet
$20
Restricted parking zone (all)
$20
Double parking
$20
Obstructing traffic lane
$20
Fire hydrant / 15 feet
$25
Fire lane
$25
Handicapped parking (summons to Court)
$25
B. 
If the fine for this violation is not paid within 72 hours, the operator or registered owner shall be issued a summons to appear in Nashua District Court and may be subject to the maximum fine allowed by law. Checks shall be made payable to the Town of Hudson, New Hampshire.

§ 317-16 Removal.

All vehicles found in violation of this article may be removed at the discretion of the Police Department. Costs of such removal and of subsequent storage of removed vehicles shall be paid by the vehicle owners prior to release of such vehicles to said owners.

§ 317-17 All-night parking in winter.

No vehicle or trailer shall be parked on any public street between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. from December 1 to March 30.

§ 317-18 Impeding of snow removal.

No vehicle shall be parked on any public street.

§ 317-19 Interference with snow-clearing operations.

No person having the custody or control of any vehicle shall stop or cause to be stopped or park on any public street or highway in the Town, so as to impede or interfere with the proper snow clearing operations of the Town.

§ 317-20 (Reserved) [1]

[1]
Editor's Note: Former § 317-20, Overnight parking, was repealed 8-13-2002 by Ord. No. 02-02.

§ 317-21 Parking prohibited at all times.

No person shall park a vehicle at any time upon any of the streets or parts thereof described in Schedule VIII (§ 317-35), attached to and made a part of this chapter.

§ 317-22 Parking prohibited certain hours.

No person shall park a vehicle between the hours specified in Schedule IX (§ 317-36) of any day, unless otherwise indicated, upon any of the streets or parts of streets described in said Schedule IX, attached to and made a part of this chapter.

§ 317-23 Time limit parking.

No person shall park a vehicle for longer than the time limit shown in Schedule X (§ 317-37) at any time between the hours listed in said Schedule X of any day, unless otherwise indicated, upon any of the streets or parts of streets described in said Schedule X, attached to and made a part of this chapter.

§ 317-24 Parallel parking.

All vehicles shall be parked parallel with the edge of the streets and parts of streets indicated in Schedule XI (§ 317-38) and shall be parked not more than 12 inches from said edge of the street or part of street.

§ 317-24.1 Permitted parking in Benson Park.

[Added 7-12-2016 by Ord. No. 16-03]
A. 
This section establishes up to five permit parking spaces on the top parking area of Benson Park (near the Historic District).
B. 
The Benson Park Committee is authorized to issue parking permits with the following conditions:
(1) 
Applicants must be a recognized volunteer for Benson Park and show proof of a valid vehicle registration and driver's license.
(2) 
Permits shall be issued on an annual basis April 1 of each year expiring March 31 of the next year. Permits are valid for one year.
(3) 
Permits shall be displayed on the driver's side oldie dashboard of vehicle for which the permit is issued and shall be positioned so as to be easily seen through the windshield of the vehicle.
(4) 
Permits shall be issued by the Benson Park Committee, which shall maintain an electronic record of permits issued.
(5) 
Permits are not transferrable. Permits may be revoked by the Benson Park Committee or the Board of Selectmen.
(6) 
Permits will be color coded and will change color every year.
(7) 
Vehicles not properly displaying a valid permit shall be subject to fines and penalties pursuant to § 317-15 [restricted property zone (all)] and § 317-16 (removal).
(8) 
Permit parking spaces are first-come, first-serve for parking permit holders.