• Reminder: Downtown Parking Changes

    The Downtown Pacific Grove Business Improvement District reminds downtown businesses that parking enforcement downtown has changed. The Pacific Grove Police Department issued the following statement:

    “Last month, the City of Pacific Grove implemented the License Plate Recognition (LPR) System.

    “The LPR system will alert parking enforcement officers of overtime parking violations, unpermitted vehicles, vehicles with expired registration, and vehicles with 5 or more unpaid parking citations. This will allow staff to become much more efficient in completing their routes and prevent injury caused by manual chalking.

    “The LPR is being installed on the City’s all-electric GO-4 Parking Scooter. It will have exterior cameras, which will make it look different.

    “Once fully implemented, the parking enforcement officers will rely mainly on the LPR. This includes the Downtown Area, Central Avenue, and the other timed areas. It will also assist in enforcing 48 hour and 72 hour parking violations, as well as the City’s parking permit programs.

    :The LPR system is set to go live on Sunday September 10, 2017. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact ASM Jocelyn Francis at (831) 648-3143.
    “While this system will take some adjustments from our members who park their vehicles downtown for extended periods of time, we have been assured that PGPD will work with our District on this transition.”

    posted to Cedar Street Times on October 10, 2017

    Topics: Front PG News


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