New York State Penal Law: Link
New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law: Link
Village of Monroe Code Book: Link
There shall be no parking on any street within the Village of Monroe from November 1st to April 1st from 10:00pm -6:00am.
Parking Meters are enforced every day between 8:00am and 6:00pm. Parking meters are not enforced on Sundays and on public holidays.
It is unlawful to park or stand in any area that is marked as a Fire Lane.
It is unlawful to park within 15 feet of a fire hydrant.
Only vehicles with a handicap license plate or a displayed handicap permit are permitted to park in any parking space that is marked for handicap parking.
Parking on Sidewalks
It is illegal to park a vehicle, including any portion of the vehicle on any sidewalk or portion of any sidewalk within the Village of Monroe.
The following streets in the Village of Monroe have a weight restriction of 22,000 lbs: North Main Street, Spring Street, Schunnemunk Road, Forest Avenue, Franklin Avenue and Gilbert Street between High Street and the Shoprite Parking Lot.
Cleaning up after your pet
The owner of any pet shall clean up after the pet on any public property. No owner of any pet shall allow or permit the pet to urinate or defecate on anyone else’s property, parks, playgrounds or thoroughfare without cleaning up after it.
Unreasonable noise is defined as any sound or a series of sounds so unreasonably loud, noisy, offensive or disruptive as to cause public inconvenience, annoyance or alarm.
Building construction, demolition, alteration, repair or maintenance to any building or property shall only be done between the hours of 7:00 AM-9:00 PM – Monday-Friday and 9:00 AM-9:00 PM on Saturdays and Sundays.
Garage sales and posting of signs
A permit is required before conducting a garage sale in the village of Monroe. Permits can be obtained from the Village Hall, located at #7 Stage Road.
No signs shall be erected either temporarily or permanently without a permit. This includes hand made signs advertising garage sales, moving sales, etc…
Plowing or shoveling snow or other debris onto roadway
It is unlawful for anyone to push, plow, shovel, throw or discard in any way, snow or other debris onto any roadway.