posted on: 3/12/2018; updated: 3/14/2018

The parking spaces on the west side of Locust Street, between St. Thomas Street and Washington Street, will be posted as no parking on Thursday, March 15, to facilitate the removal of the building.

In addition, the row of parking spaces closest to the building in the Locust Street lot will also be closed starting Thursday morning.

Parking areas will reopen when safe. The restriction in the Locust Street lot will most likely continue throughout the week. It will be determined daily when to reopen the lot.

Locust Street lot permit holders unable to find a space in the remaining section of the Locust Street lot may park in the permit parking only spaces in front of the City Hall Customer Center entrance between Hale Street and St. Thomas Street on Locust Street itself. These are the spaces where marked police cruisers once parked and do not include the spaces in the small, adjacent parking lot. 

Locust Street parking restrictions in place for building demolition

posted on: 3/12/2018; updated: 3/14/2018

The parking spaces on the west side of Locust Street, between St. Thomas Street and Washington Street, will be posted as no parking on Thursday, March 15, to facilitate the removal of the building.

In addition, the row of parking spaces closest to the building in the Locust Street lot will also be closed starting Thursday morning.

Parking areas will reopen when safe. The restriction in the Locust Street lot will most likely continue throughout the week. It will be determined daily when to reopen the lot.

Locust Street lot permit holders unable to find a space in the remaining section of the Locust Street lot may park in the permit parking only spaces in front of the City Hall Customer Center entrance between Hale Street and St. Thomas Street on Locust Street itself. These are the spaces where marked police cruisers once parked and do not include the spaces in the small, adjacent parking lot.

For more information, contact the Parking Bureau at 516-6132.