Get your town stickers if you live here or if you own property as a second homeowner. The parking meters have become active for the season. Effective April 1st, you must pay to park at the meters if you do not have a permit. Stickers cost $50 for residents, $90 for non-resident property owners and $250 for non resident stickers. Permits are free to seniors 59 years and older. You will now be ticketed if you do not have a sticker. 2008 stickers will be valid until April 15th.
To get a permit, you must go to the police station Monday-Friday 8AM-3PM. The office is closed for lunch 12:30-1PM. You must present a valid driver’s license and vehicle registration. All outstanding parking tickets must be paid in order for you to get a sticker.
If you are not in town and need your permit mailed, send a check, copy of your license and registration to:
Provincetown Parking Department
26 Shank Painter Road
Provincetown, MA 02657
Make checks payable to “The Town of Provincetown.”
Finally, town meeting is fast approaching. This Monday, April 6th at 6 PM, voters will have lots to decide. The meeting will be held at The Veterans Elementary School. To see a complete list of agenda items click here.
Come back next week, thanks for reading and play it safe. Email me questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provincetown News for July 2009
3 years ago