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LPA Unveils Upgrade to Administrative Offices

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



“If it Matters To You, It Matters To Us”

“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 lcohen@lancasterparkingauthority.com 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



LPA To Get New Lighting

The replacement of the 2,400 fixtures in all five of the city’s public garages will provide better, brighter lighting and make the garages safer. Read Full Article Here



East King Street Garage Earns Award

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



Save on Weekend Parking!

The Lancaster Parking Authority is offering $5 flat rate parking on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings between 5 p.m. and 5 a.m. at all 5 of our garages!





“Change for Change” Radio Piece

Drivers in the Red Rose City will find a new, unique way to lighten their pockets of spare change. Special parking meters in two of the city’s garages are collecting coins for charity. Read Full Article Here





88 Meters OK’d for Lancaster City

The Lancaster Traffic Commission approved adding parking meters on six city blocks. That will mean 88 additional curbside meters in the city, but far less than the 170 proposed by the parking authority in July. Read Full Article Here



Mural In Prince Street Garage Corridor

Motorists who park in Lancaster city’s Prince Street garage will soon have a gradual transition as they walk from the dimly lit interior of the concrete structure onto Orange Street. Read Full Article Here



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