HACKETTSTOWN, Pa. - Hackettstown Police have announced parking restrictions in the wake of the recent snow storms.
Officials say street parking is allowed only on the even-numbered sides of the street throughout the town.
If there are "no parking" signs already in place on that side of the street, residents may park on the odd-numbered side. But, if there are "no parking" signs on both sides of the street, drivers cannot park on either side.
Police say residents can park on both sides of Main Street in the town.
Hackettstown officials say the excessive amount of snow is making two-way travel virtually impossible, so the restrictions will be in place until further notice.
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