Your Holiday Gift: Free Metered Parking for 1 or 2 Hours Throughout Montclair Center Until Dec 26

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Free Metered Parking

The Township of Montclair is offering 1 or 2 hours of free metered parking throughout Montclair Center through Monday December 26. The individual screens on the solar-powered smart meters will display the free parking offer.

Since the new Smart Meters are solar powered, they can no longer be covered with the traditional holiday “bags.” Smart meters will display a message: “Happy Holidays Free Parking Until Dec 26 2016”

“We are thrilled that the Township is making shopping easier again this holiday season,” said Israel Cronk, Executive Director of the Montclair Center BID. “It’s another reason to discover the unique offerings of our boutiques, restaurants and cafes.”

 

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  1. POSTED BY Montclair Lover  |  December 09, 2016 @ 2:26 pm

    If (you think that) making parking free makes more people shop (and spend) more, why not do it all year?!

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