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Two-Hour Downtown On-Street Parking
Parking Zone
City Council approved ordinance no. 2009-50 on July 27, 2009 designating a downtown on-street parking zone. This zone prohibits vehicles from remaining in the same on-street parking space for more than two-hours at a time. The purpose of the parking zone is to encourage frequent turnover of downtown on-street parking spaces. 

This ordinance is enforced by uniformed officers from the City's code enforcement division. First time offenders will be given a written warning, followed by fines of $50, $200, and $500 for second, third, fourth and any additional offenses. Each fine will have court costs added to it. Violations will be based on a calendar year of January 1 to December 31. There are currently five privately owned parking lots that allow free public parking downtown. The Main Street Office and Downtown Association have maps available that identify the locations of these parking lots.

Visitor Permits
Temporary Visitors Permits are available free of charge, for persons visiting from out of town and residing in a hotel located within the Downtown On-Street Parking Zone. For more information, contact the city’s Planning and Community Development Office at (830) 221-4050.