parking meters

Two-Hour Free Parking At Meters

In an effort to help local businesses get back on their feet, the Mayor has extended the two-hour free parking at meters deal through the end of 2021 in designated commercial corridors. From GoProvidence: Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza recently announced that the free two-hour parking available in designated Providence commercial districts will continue through Dec. 31, 2021. The […]

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Free Holiday Parking Begins At Meters

Starting Friday, November 18, the holiday parking program begins when everybody gets two free hours at the parking meters. Do not forget — anyone who overstays the two-hour period is subject to a ticket for overtime parking. Grace period runs through New Year’s Day. This weekend we celebrate Small Business Saturday. Go spend some money

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Lower Minimum Credit Card Charge On Parking Meters

Kudos to Providence City Councilman Sam Zurier for bringing a little sanity to the new parking meter invasion. From the WPRI report, City Councilman Sam Zurier will introduce a resolution at Thursday’s council meeting calling for the city to reduce the minimum charge when someone uses their debit or credit card to pay a parking

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