The City of Newburgh Police Department will launch a mobile police station next week to enable a more agile and proactive policing response.
The mobile police station will enable police to address local issues where they occur, allow officers to deploy services where they are needed and ensures officers have a more visible presence in the community. As part of an operational plan to address issues on Liberty Street, the Mobile Police Station will be located at Liberty Street and South Street beginning on June 20, 2022.
During this time, the City of Newburgh Police Department will institute a 90-day no parking, no stopping, no standing period with parking restrictions in effect at the following roads beginning on Monday, June 20, 2022 and ending on Saturday, September 17, 2022:
- South Street – North side (from 119 South Street to Chambers Street)
- Gidney Avenue – North side (from Liberty Street to Chambers Street
- Liberty Street – East side (from 285 Liberty to 380 Liberty Street)
Temporary barriers will be posted along the impacted sides of the roads. These temporary parking restrictions will be enforced by the City of Newburgh Police Department. Cars parked in violation of these restrictions will be towed.