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Coronavirus Latest: No Payment Required At Baltimore Parking Meters, Restrictions Not In Effect During Emergency Period

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore Mayor Jack Young announced several parking restriction changes as the community deals with the coronavirus pandemic.
Parking meters and parking meter restrictions will not be in effect until the emergency has been lifted.
No payment will be required at parking meters, he added.
Residential parking, street cleaning parking, 48-hour parking, abandoned vehicles and peak hour parking violations are suspended. Baltimore News
Vehicle towing operations will also be significantly reduced to focus on safety issues.
Residential parking, street cleaning parking, 48-hour parking, abandoned vehicles and peak hour parking violations are suspended. Baltimore Medical News


Vehicle towing operations will also be significantly reduced to focus on safety issues.

The Parking Authority of Baltimore remains closed, but staff is available to help the public with any
“Several of our agencies have adjusted their service hours and operations as they respond to the spread of Baltimore COVID-19,” Mayor Young said. “We have taken these measures to protect the health and safety of our City employees and the residents of Baltimore City as we work to continue performing core, essential services.” Baltimore Distribution Services

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