Latest Appalachian Trail Boardwalk Parking Update

Looks like they're working to separate residential parking from visitors, which makes sense for the neighbors.  Here is our latest update on the Appalachian Trail Boardwalk parking situation from Vernon Police Department's Official Facebook page:

"Appalachian Trail Update:As a result of our community meeting on April 17th we were able to use the input received to develop a parking ordinance which will be introduced on Monday, May 8th at the Township Council Meeting.

This ordinance will limit parking on the below listed roadways to the residents living on those roadways displaying parking permits. Each resident on these roadways will be issued parking permits by the police department to use if they or their guest need to park on the roadway. These permits will be issued on an annual basis (valid for up to 365 days) and residents will not need to contact the police when they need to park on the roadway, they will simply need to display a permit from their vehicles rear view mirror. There will no other parking allowed on these roadways.

This ordinance will also designate the areas that parking will be permitted on CR517.

A copy of this ordinance will be available from the Township Clerk’s office after it is introduced Monday night. We will have no further information or comment available until after the ordinance is introduced.

After the ordinance is introduced it would need to be voted on at the following township council meeting, allow the public to comment or ask questions at that time.

Roadways included in this ordinance: Carol DriveCove CourtIvy PlaceMeadowlark DriveOld Glenwood CircleThistle AvenueVlietstra Drive"

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