Friday, February 22, 2013
The Brewster Street parking lot will be closed Friday until approximately 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23, while Park Plymouth moves its offices.
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Friday, February 22
This Friday, February 22, until approximately 1pm Saturday February 23, you may not park in spaces 2125 through 2134 in the Brewster St. parking lot. Park Plymouth is conducting a move of offices and has reserved these spaces for large moving trucks. If you need to conduct business with our office, please come to our new location across the street, at 40 Court Street, Floor 1 Unit 1, the large gray building on the corner of Russell and Court Streets, when we reopen for business Tuesday February 26, at 10 a.m. We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your patience as we endeavor to improve your customer service experience with Park Plymouth. Park Plymouth, 17R Court Street. Phone: 508-747-5929 www.parkplymouth.com On February …
Monday, December 17, 2012
You can park in any downtown lot or at any meter in downtown Plymouth free through March 31. Purchase your 2013 parking permit starting Jan. 1.
Free parking season is in effect now through March 31, 2013. There is no charge to park at any on street meter or pay station located in lots but you must park lawfully, as Enforcement Officers will continue to monitor all time-limited areas and check for lawful parking. Park Plymouth will begin selling 2013 permits on January 1, 2013. All 2013 parking permits will be sold for half price in January. Permits will return to full price on February 1, so plan ahead and buy early to receive your discount. Those who already own a 2012 parking permit may purchase a 2013 permit online at www.buymypermit.com/plymouth. There is a $2.50 processing fee for each permit purchased online. Resident Senior citizens may purchase a Plymouth Resident or …
Saturday, November 17, 2012
The top five tips for finding a (free) parking space for the Thanksgiving Parade Saturday.
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
After more than a decade of plans, studies, and discussion, a parking garage behind Memorial Hall is finally in the works.
The Plymouth Growth and Development Coorporation will spend $360,000 on preliminary designs of a parking garage behind Memorial Hall, with the help of GATRA and the town. Selectmen approved the plan at Tuesday's meeting. Town Meeting will have to approve spending $30,000 on the design. GATRA will pay 80 percent, or $288,000. The remaining $30,000 will be paid by the PDGC. The entire project would cost $10.3 million, according to the proposal by GATRA. Here's the breakdown: The Memorial Hall site was chosen over a site behind the 1820 Courthouse, called the "Courthouse Corridor" because of its better amenities for GATRA, its proximity to Memorial Hall, the Waterfront, and the existing Visitors Center. John Burke, Project Manager for the …
Monday, August 15, 2011
The parking agency in Plymouth is testing new credit card enabled parking meters on the Town Wharf.
Monday, August 15, 2011
The Plymouth Growth and Development Corporation, the organization that manages the Park Plymouth program, announced that 32 new, solar powered credit card-enabled parking meters will be installed on Town Wharf as part of a 90-day test pilot program. The testing begins tomorrow, Aug. 16. These new meters will accept MasterCard, Visa and coins. “Throughout the Parking Master Plan development process, the number one request from our customers and the community was to provide multiple payment options at the meter, including a credit card option," PGDC President Leighton Price said in a statement. "If the meter pilot program is successful, this technology could eliminate the need for customers to carry around a pocket full of coins for use …