Free Meter Parking Announced For Holidays

Monday, November 19, 2012

The Chattanooga Parking Authority has announced downtown parking meters will not be enforced (and need not be paid) on Thanksgiving Day and the Friday following.

Additionally, paid parking will be suspended on meter parking for the following holidays:

New Year’s Day

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Good Friday

Memorial Day

Independence Day

Labor Day

Christmas Day

Parking in an unlawful area (bus or loading zone, yellow curb, no parking, handicap space, Fort Wood Residential District, etc.) are enforceable 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

For more information, contact Chattanooga Parking Authority at 423 648-4031 or visit www.chattanoogaparking.org.

 



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