Free parking in Annapolis until New Years

| November 29, 2014 | 1 Comment

freeparkMayor Michael Pantelides announces that the City will offer two hours of free parking in downtown Annapolis through January 1, 2015.

The two hours of free parking will be available at all two-hour metered parking spots on Main Street, Francis Street, West Street, Maryland Avenue, Prince George Street, City Dock and Market Space.

Please note the two hours of free parking is available for the two-hour meters only. The thirty-minute meters at the base of Main Street will only offer thirty-minutes of free parkingWhether the meter has a maximum time of thirty minutes or two hours, you must move your vehicle after the allotted time. You are not allowed to leave your car in one spot all day. The posted time on the meter will be enforced.

Meanwhile, Mayor Pantelides and City Manager Tom Andrews are also announcing that the Circulator trolley will remain free through January 1, 2015. The Circulator trolley will quickly and efficiently move holiday visitors from the City’s four parking garages (Hillman, Gott’s, Knighton and Park Place) around the Central Business District, allowing shoppers to enjoy the stores, the historic charm, the maritime attractions and so much more.

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