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    Office Operating Hours: 7:30 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday
    Office Address: 50 Ottawa Ave. NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
    Contact Number (24 Hour): (616) 456-3290


    Josh Naramore

    Mobile GR & Parki​ng ​Services Manager​

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     We look forward to a robust conversation with the community.
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    Dash North: Updated Route

    -The DASH North bus will turn right onto Newberry from Monroe 
    -Take Newberry to Ionia
    -Turn left onto Ionia 
    -Take Ionia to Mason and turn left to connect the existing route 
    -We have also added a stop on the south east corner of Ionia and Mason

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    To see the full route map please click the link below: 
    Dash May 2017
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    New Parking Meter Rollout Begins May 8th

    City of Grand Rapids will initially install forty (40) Parkeon pay stations north of Fulton Street and in some various locations around the downtown area. The new Pay-By-Space configuration means that the customer parks in a parking space, enters the space number into the pay station, and pays for parking. Here are answers to some common questions on the new pay stations:

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    Where will I find Pay-By-Space parking?

    Pay-By-Space parking is launching in the area of downtown south of Fulton, and in some nearby downtown locations.   

     How do I know that I am on a Pay-By-Space block?

    Look for space numbers on space marker posts. There is a unique four-digit number for a defined space indicates that the block is a Pay-By-Space location.​

    For more information, please reference our press release, here​.

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    ​Residential Parking Permits

    Grand Rapids City Commission approved the process for neighborhoods to request residential parking permit zones. Rules and regulations.
    Select streets in the NOBL neighborhood are the first location for residential parking.

    Further information including frequently asked questions is also available.

    Thank you to all who participated in the Residential Parking Program survey. The survey is now closed
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