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Two-Hour Free Holiday Parking At Meters

Starting Friday, November 29, the city will be offering two hours of free parking at meters in designated commercial districts throughout Providence. The reprieve runs every day from 10am until 9pm through January 1. The city has a list of the locations: Atwells Avenue – Bradford Street to Knight Street Spruce Street – Dean Street […]

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Holiday Parking Starts

Free two-hour parking will be permitted in designated commercial districts every day from 10am to 9pm starting Friday, November 23. Districts include: Wayland Square, Atwells Avenue, Olneyville Square, Hope Street, Wickenden Street, downtown, and more. Sundays and evenings (9pm to 2am) are free. The Downtown Improvement District adds: By offering free parking, the city encourages

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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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New Parking Rules — Enforcement To 6pm

Attention must be paid. And not just the meters, the signs too. To generate additional revenue, parking enforcement officers will step up their efforts to target cars parked at expired meters or beyond parking time limits, it was announced on Wednesday by the administration of Mayor Angel Taveras. According to a press release, the parking

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