CRANFORD, NJ - The Cranford Police Department will ticket or tow vehicles left upon snow routes, the department announced via Nixle.

Per the township's snow parking laws, no vehicles can be parked upon either side of any streets or the sections of the streets listed below whenever snow has fallen and there is more than three inches accumulated.

The nixle reads:

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ALL residents who park on a State or County road are required to remove their vehicles from the roads when snow covered.  These roadways include:

  • Centennial Avenue
  • Kenilworth Boulevard
  • North Avenue (State Rt 28)
  • Raritan Road
  • South Avenue
  • Sprigfield Avenue
  • Walnut Avenue

In additon, the following municipal roads are also snow emergency routes and prohibit parking:

  • Bloomingdale Avenue
  • Brookside Place
  • Burnside Avenue
  • Central Avenue (Spingfield Ave to Craig Pl)
  • Cranford Avenue (Elizabeth Ave to Forest Ave)
  • Cranford Terrace
  • Denman Road (Lexington Ave to Fairfield Ave)
  • Dunham Avenue
  • Eastman Street
  • Elizabeth Avenue
  • Elm Street
  • Gallows Hill Road (Brookside Pl to Coolidge St)
  • Henley Avenue
  • High Street
  • Hillcrest Avenue
  • Lexington Avenue
  • Lincoln Avenue
  • Manor Avenue (Orange Ave to North Union Ave)
  • Normandie Place
  • North Lehigh Avenue
  • North Union Avenue
  • Orchard Street
  • Orange Avenue
  • Retford Avenue
  • Riverside Drive (Springfield Ave to Venetia Ave)
  • South Union Avenue
  • West End Place (Springfield Ave to Orchard St)
  • West Holly Street

There is also an attached map of all these roadways or follow this link:

Any snow covered vehicles that remain parked on the street for more than 48 hours are considered abandoned by NJSA 39:4-56.5.