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Posted on: December 1, 2017

Annapolis Parking Moves to New Office

Mayor Michael Pantelides announced Annapolis Parking has moved to a new, conveniently located, office on West Street.

 

Annapolis Parking is now located at 60 West Street, Suite 106 and welcomes residents, businesses, and visitors to stop in and learn more about Annapolis parking options. Visit the new office for assistance with:  

·  Annual & Temporary Residential Permits

·  Citation Payments

·  All Validations, including Park & Shop and employee validations

·  In-Person Monthly Parking Requests

·  Contractor “No Parking” Signs

·  Two Hour Residential Validations

 

Annual & temporary residential permits and citation payments can still be made online atwww.AnnapolisParking.com.

 

The current office at Hillman Garage will remain open temporarily to assist residents with the transition.

 

“We are excited to welcome the Annapolis community to our new office,” said Jon Kemp, regional manager for Annapolis. “We want residents, businesses, and visitors to feel welcome to stop in anytime they have questions or need in-person assistance.”

 

Annapolis Parking will hold a grand opening and regular “Pizza & Parking” Q&A sessions with the community in the new office in early 2018.  

 

Please contact Annapolis Parking with questions at (443) 648-3087or annapolisparking@spplus.com

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