Kirstin Davis, Communications Manager, 509.625.7773
Friday, May 6, 2022 at 10:08 a.m.
On-street paid parking spaces that are reserved are now indicated with placard signage. This is the next step in the renovation of the on-street parking system. Parking customers will see new visual signage at spaces that are reserved and not available for use.
“The placard system is a best practice among other cities and prepares our on-street system for its technology and system renovation to improve on-street paid parking and provide the best in curb management,” says Steve MacDonald, Community and Economic Development Director.
Things for on-street parking customers need to look for:
This update has the following benefits:
The City will continue to provide the popular 10-minute zones for curbside pick-up and drop-off in the downtown core. These spaces are indicated with yellow placards.