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Yes, the Parking Management Office does have temporary construction permits that may be purchased. The cost is $2.50 per space per day in the Downtown Square area and $5.00 per space per day in the Dickson Street area. Contact the Parking Management Office at 479-575-8280 or email@example.com.
Company vehicles must use a resident guest pass. For an extended stay, vendors may apply for a temporary hang tag through the Parking Management Office. These will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Yes, there are many free spaces at some of the local churches except on Sundays. Also, there are hundreds of free public parking spaces after 6:00 pm and on weekends in the Downtown Square area. There are over 700 free spaces on street and in the parking lots, most of which are within a few blocks of Dickson Street.
Cash, credit/debit cards (Visa, MC and Discover) and validations coupons are accepted at all of the pay stations. Please note: For cash payments, the pay stations DO NOT give change.
Yes, please refer to the Pay-by-Phone Parking category under Frequently Asked Questions for instructions on sign up and use. You can pre-register online or download the FREE mobile app by going to the PayByPhone Website.
You cannot tell what spaces have been paid, so you must ensure that there is time paid on your space. You can do this by either checking with the original parker or by paying for the space. If the time expires on the space, all vehicles within the space will be subject to a citation.
No, bicycles and scooters less than 70cc may park in the designated bicycle/scooter parking areas in the West Avenue parking lot, north of Dickson Street, for free.
Parking fees may be waived during special events that are pre-approved by the mayor. Residential areas, however, will be off limits to parking for those that do not have a valid residential parking permit.
No, vehicles loading and unloading are allowed 15 minutes to park and conduct business. They must turn on their vehicle emergency flashing lights and must be loading and / or unloading their vehicle.