January 23, 2015 – The Lancaster Parking Authority (LPA) has entered into an agreement with Cale America (pronounced Cal-lay) to supply 26 new multi-space parking kiosks for the Downtown Investment District. The kiosks will replace the units that were first deployed in the city nearly five years ago. The change is taking place at this time to provide a more dependable unit, better coordination with city enforcement, strengthened security features, and the ability for future technology enhancements, including a “pay by phone” option. Click here for press release.
In a move intended to benefit downtown visitors, the Lancaster Parking Authority on Wednesday… Read Full Article Here
A pair of parking spaces were turned into mini parks Thursday along North Prince Street, in front of the Fulton Opera House. Read Full Article Here
A new look provides an easily visible and identifiable sign at our Prince Street entrance, handicapped accessible door, new skid resistant entry flooring and painting to enhance the customer experience for those visiting our offices. Larry J. Cohen Executive Director
“Our goal is to provide our customers the best parking experience possible. To do that, we ask for your assistance by being one of our “Eyes & Ears.” So if you see something that needs our attention, such as lights out, trash, or anything else, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 717-299-0907 or tweet @LancParkAuth and we will work to resolve the issue ASAP. On behalf of the dedicated staff of the LPA, we thank you for your business and support” Larry J. Cohen Executive Director
The architects who designed the East King Street parking garage four years ago were faced with a dilemma: how to make a modern garage for automobiles fit the look of a city block built before cars existed. Read Full Article Here
Lancaster has lifted its snow emergency following Tuesday’s snow storm, but some city residents are frustrated after their cars were ticketed or towed. Watch Full Video Here
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