Changes to Parking Rate Structure
26 Shankpainter Rd.
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Thursday only 7 am to 11 am
The Provincetown Board of Selectmen held a public hearing on Monday, June 9, 2014 at 6p.m. in the Judge Welsh Hearing Room, Town Hall 260 Commercial St. Provincetown, Massachusetts 02657 and then and there amended the Parking Regulation and approved the following fee increases to parking rates for the current season (effective date to be June 19, 2014)
Parking Pay Station Rate-The following approval refers to all parking areas administered by an automated parking pay station (Excluding the Alden St. lot.)
The approved parking rate at the parking pay stations will increase by $.50 to $2.00 per hour.
MacMillian Pier Municipal Parking Lot Rate-The approved parking rate at the MPL Parking Lot will increase by $.50 to $3.50 per hour with a maximum rate of $35 within a 24 hour period. The month of April will be free.
Grace Hall Parking Lot Rate-The approved parking rate at the Grace Hall Parking Lot will increase by $.25 to $2.25 per hour with a maximum rate of $25 within a 24 hour period.
2014 Parking Permits
will be available beginning Monday, March 24, 2014.
PARKING AND TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
Article 2 Eligibility
6-2-1 RESIDENT Status for Resident vehicle Permit
The vehicle of an individual who pays excise taxes to the Town shall be eligible for a resident permit. A valid driver’s license and registration is required. Approved 03-11-2014, Annual Traffic Hearing
6-2-2 NON-Resident Property vehicle Owner
The vehicle of an individual who does not qualify for the Resident Vehicle Permit but who owns property and pays property taxes to the Town shall be eligible for a non-resident, property owner permit. Time share units do not qualify. Property owners, whose property ownership is listed to a real estate trust, must provide proof of ownership in that trust to qualify for a permit. Approved 03-11-2014, Annual Traffic Hearing
6-2-3 RESIDENT Senior vehicle Permit
The vehicle of a Provincetown residents over the age of 61 years at their last birthday shall qualify for a resident senior permit. Residency requirements and proof of residency are the same as the rules for Resident Passenger permits. Only one (1) free senior parking permit shall be issued to each household. A senior with two (2) vehicles and both registrations have the same name and address; only one vehicle shall have a free senior permit. The second vehicle shall have a $55 resident permit. If two seniors live at the same address but each registration bears one separate name and the same address, than each senior at the same address shall be eligible for his/her own free senior permit. The use of a senior resident permit shall be restricted to such times as the senior is operating, or a passenger in, the vehicle. Approved 03-12-2013, Annual Traffic Hearing
Street Sweep will resume on May 27, 2014 and end on October 9, 2014.