FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Contact: Megan Gilliland, communications manager, (785) 832-3406
Looking for a parking spot downtown? Get a parking pass to make the search easier.
(Lawrence, Kan.) – Using a City of Lawrence parking pass can’t guarantee you a spot but it opens up more options for parking in city parking garages and long-term city parking lots in downtown Lawrence.
The city’s 2012 parking passes are available and can be purchased two locations, the second floor of City Hall, 6 East Sixth Street and Municipal Court building, 1006 New Hampshire. Both locations are open 8 a.m. to 5p.m. Monday through Friday. Annual passes are $192 per year and are valid January through December. Quarterly parking pass are available for $50 per quarter, valid January, February and March or April, May and June or July, August, September or October, November and December.
Both annual and quarterly parking passes are valid in long term-parking lots and at ten-hour meters. Long-term lots are designed to accommodate the parking needs of employees working in the downtown area and others with long term parking needs in the area.
Long-term downtown parking includes three levels in the parking garage at 933 New Hampshire, the lower level of the Riverfront parking garage at 600 New Hampshire and eight long-term parking lots throughout downtown.
A value pass is also available for $160 a year and is valid in three locations; top level of the New Hampshire parking garage, lower level of Riverfront parking garage and Lot 10 in the 1000 block of Vermont.
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