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Charlottetown parking restrictions in effect for April 16-17

["All of Charlottetown's parking meters are now smartcard compatible. Each has been outfitted with these numbered yellow stickers."]
The City of Charlottetown's public works department expects to be de-icing and/or clearing and hauling snow Monday night and into Tuesday morning, leading to the enforcement of overnight parking restrictions.

The City of Charlottetown's public works department expects to be de-icing and/or clearing and hauling snow Monday night.

Vehicle owners are advised that the overnight winter parking restrictions will be enforced between 11 p.m. Monday and 6 a.m. Tuesday throughout the city at the discretion of Charlottetown Police Services.

Anyone parking on city streets during these hours risks being ticketed and/or towed.

Contact the Winter Call Centre for more information at: 902-629-6916. 

Environment Canada has issued a  freezing rain warning for all of P.E.I. There's a chance of an extended period of freezing rain starting early Tuesday.

By noon, the temperatures might rise enough to convert the system to straight rain.

Watch chief meteorologist Cindy Day's latest forecast by clicking HERE

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