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Nevada City eyes Parking Permits for Downtown Workers

A parking program for business owners and employees in Nevada City would provide $25-a-month “hang tag” permits that allow holders to park for the day in city lots on Commercial, Spring and Nevada Streets.
The City Council took up the proposal, intended to free street parking spaces in the downtown core, when it met Wednesday.
City Manager David Brennan says mall shoppers may be willing to walk, but it’s different downtown.
click to hear David Brennan

Parking permits could also end tickets downtown workers can find on their cars. The parking tickets cost $33 each, Brennan says, but adds that less than half of that goes to Nevada City.
click to hear David Brennan

The courts and state Department of Motor Vehicles are among government agencies getting the rest. The Nevada City Council met Wednesday (July 21) at 6:30 p.m.

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