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Meters Delayed Until June 1



In light of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, the City of Newport announced on April 28 that the start of the Newport’s annual parking meter program is being delayed until June 1. The start of the residential parking program, which normally runs from May 1 through Oct. 1, is also being delayed until June 1.

This year, on-street metered parking will be in effect from 9 a.m. through 9 p.m. daily from June 1 through Oct. 31, including weekends and holidays. Paid parking at the Gateway Center, Mary Street Lot, and Pay and display parking at the Touro Street Lot, Long Wharf Lot, and Narragansett Avenue (near Forty Steps), is also expected resume June 1.

Anyone interested in applying for a residential parking pass should visit the City’s website at Permits.

More information about parking and transportation in the City of Newport can be found by visiting the City Of Newport’s parking and transportation page on its website.

One response to “Meters Delayed Until June 1”

  1. Norman Mather says:

    The next thing you know the City will put meters in the bathrooms. UNREAL.

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