LPA to Collect Donations for Power Pack Project in 2020
LANCASTER — The 12 days of free, on-street holiday parking in downtown Lancaster, Dec. 15-26, is underway! Each day includes a fun, new video featuring Amy Banks and AJ Eckman! Check it out! Thanks for watching our 12 FREE Days of Holiday Parking! Happy Holidays to All!
LANCASTER, Pa. — Sunday kicked off the start of 12 days of free, on-street holiday parking in downtown Lancaster. The Lancaster Parking Authority says the parking is limited to two hours, and the free spots will be clearly marked with bags covering the meters, and messages displayed on the kiosks noting that the free parking is in effect. Read more.
LANCASTER, PA — The Lancaster Parking Authority announced that the city will offer 12 days of free on-street parking during the holiday season. The 12 days of free parking will be available in Lancaster’s Central Business District from Dec. 15 to Dec. 26. Read more.
At Tuesday’s “demolition ceremony” at Ewell Plaza, Lancaster Parking Authority Executive Director Larry Cohen led the assembled officials, company representatives and community leaders in a brief chant of “Tear it down! Tear it down!” Read more.
Find out more about the Lancaster Parking Authority’s operations — including where to find parking, on-street and garage, the cost of and how to pay for parking, and enforcement activities such as street cleaning and Residential Permit Parking. Read the LPA brochure.
Lancaster Parking Authority garages and offices are now tobacco-free, which means there can be no smoking of cigarettes or cigars, or use of electronic smoking devices such as e-cigarettes or Juuls. Read more.
On a typical weekday, a little under two-thirds of Lancaster’s downtown off-street parking is occupied, according to Michael Connor of consulting firm Kimley-Horn. That, he said, is the “baseline condition” his team found when it counted cars in October as part of its parking study. But add in the demand from development projects that are coming online and from big events at the Lancaster County Convention Center, and the city’s inventory of parking begins to look much tighter. Read more.
The Lancaster Parking Authority is now an accredited parking organization. Read more.
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