We’ve achieved a lot over the years, thanks to Lancaster’s economic growth and the great work of our staff and board. We’re excited to see what the future holds! Watch/Read Full Article Here.
Mayor Danene Sorace has appointed four new members to the five-member board of the Lancaster Parking Authority. Philip Cabassa, Jodie Macariola, Kyle Sollenberger and Sheldon Weaver will join incumbent Mark Reinmiller when the board next meets April 26. Watch/Read Full Story Here
Owners of electric vehicles will be able to recharge them for free in five of Lancaster’s public parking garages starting Friday. The Lancaster Parking Authority has installed a total of seven Charge Point charging stations at the properties it owns. Three are at the Prince Street Garage, and the Duke Street, East King Street, Penn Square and Water Street garages have one apiece. Watch/Read Full Story Here
New electric vehicle (EV) charging stations will be available for patrons parking in Lancaster Parking Authority garages starting on Friday, April 20. The opening of the EV charging stations kicks off Earth Day weekend and reaffirms the city’s commitment to a clean environment. View the full press release here.
A Letter to the Editor: It may be helpful to those concerned about a proposed parking garage at Lancaster Square to know that while a feasibility study has been done to assess the need for a garage, the site design has not been determined. The new parking inventory proposed is to specifically support the long overdue Lancaster Square redevelopment. Watch/Read Full Story Here
The garage being proposed at Lancaster Square isn’t intended to address Lancaster’s overall parking needs, said Randy Patterson, city director of economic development and neighborhood revitalization. Rather, it’s a “critical component” for the redevelopment of the square itself, Patterson told the Lancaster Parking Authority on Thursday. Watch/Read Full Story Here
City officials say they’d prefer no tickets had to be issued at all. “We’d just as soon the streets were clear,” Mayor Rick Gray said. “It’s critically important that people move their cars.” Watch/Read Full Story Here
Lancaster city’s traffic commission gave its blessing last week to the first phase of the city’s bicycle network and to changes to lane markings on several streets that will add more than 50 curbside parking spaces downtown. Watch/Read Full Story Here
Finding a balance: Merchants, parking authority say meeting over enforcement, signage concerns was productive
Lancaster Parking Authority and business owners meet to improve the parking situation in the downtown area. Watch/Read Full Story Here
« Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next »