The City of Somerville has resident-only parking restrictions affecting all streets in the city. We ask Somerville residents with a valid parking sticker to use on street parking in order to make our very small parking lot available to non-residents.
Non-residents may park without a permit for two hours on Broadway and Medford Streets between the hours of 8am and 11pm. All other neighborhood streets, including Central Street, will require a resident sticker. There are no resident only parking restrictions on Sundays.
PARKING CONSIDERATION ON SHABBAT & HOLIDAYS
Because the very small U-shaped lot around our building cannot accommodate everyone on busy occasions, the City of Somerville has graciously agreed to suspend resident-only parking restrictions on streets around the synagogue during the following services:
Shabbat (Friday evening and Saturday during services) Erev Rosh Hashanah and Rosh Hashanah Days 1 and 2 Erev Yom Kippur and Yom Kippur Purim
Important: All major parking violations will still be enforced,for example obstructing a posted fire lane, blocking a crosswalk or driveway, parking within 10 ft of a hydrant, or within 20 ft of an intersection (beware of the “No Parking Here to Corner” sign on Central Street, just before Broadway). These tickets cannot be abated. Please try to park on Broadway before parking on side streets.
To have a ticket issued in error excused you must contact the synagogue officewithin one week of receiving a ticketat firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-625-0333. Please do not contact the City directly.
Temple B'nai Brith | 201 Central Street, Somerville MA 02145 | (617) 625-0333 | email@example.com