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Posted on: October 26, 2017

Pay-By-Phone Option Arrives at Truxtun Park Boat Ramp


Annapolis, MD (10-26-17) Mayor Mike Pantelides and Harbormaster Beth Bellis are pleased to announce that the Truxtun Park Boat Ramp will soon offer cutting-edge pay-by-phone technology.  The update is in response to the old and unreliable credit card system that increasingly malfunctioned.


Beginning November 1st, the antiquated credit card payment system is being replaced by the popular pay-by-phone Parkmobile app, which will serve as the credit card payment system for customers using the ramp. Cash payments will still be accepted and the boat ramp fees remain unchanged.


Registration with Parkmobile is simple and free. After downloading the app, customers simply pull in, pay-by-phone, and launch. 


Parkmobile has been a popular option for on-street parking meters downtown since 2016. More than 11,000 customers now utilize Parkmobile as their preferred payment method at Annapolis meters every month.


Anyone with questions can contact the Harbormasters Office at 410-263-7973.

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