Nantucket to Enforce Commercial Parking Ban July 1

parking lotNANTUCKET – Nantucket Police will begin enforcing the overnight parking ban of commercially registered vehicles in the Commercial Parking District on Tuesday, July 1.

The ban applies to any vehicle with a commercial registration plate that does not have a permit.

Owners of commercial vehicles who can provide proof of work use between the hours of 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. in the Commercial Parking District will be able to purchase a permit.

Permits will go on sale Monday, June 30 at the police station’s permit window located at 4 Fairgrounds Road.

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The fee for a permit is $25 and is valid for the year it was issued.

Owners of commercial vehicles that currently hold a Residential Parking Permit are required to obtain a Commercially Registered Vehicle Permit without any additional cost.

The Board of Selectmen created the Commercial Parking District on May 21, 2014.

For more information, contact Lt. Jerry Adams, PIO at (508)228-1212.