Free Parking To End In July
Parking in downtown Fayetteville will cost visitors starting in July. The city has installed kiosks across downtown that accept cash, credit cards or coins.
Around 200 signs will be placed throughout downtown reminding people to pay for parking.
Thirty-four of these parking kiosks will be scattered throughout downtown.
It will cost $1 to park on the street, Monday though Friday, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Special event parking will be different, according to Lee Jernigan, assistant public services director.
Parking decks and lots will be available for special event parking — like for Fayetteville Woodpecker games or the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival.