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Posted on: December 15, 2023

Avon Launches Managed Parking Plan

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Avon Launches Managed Parking Plan on Monday

 

Paid parking will be rolled out in two phases beginning Monday, December 18

 

The Town of Avon will launch a new managed parking program this winter. The program and installation of signage is being rolled out in two phases.  Vehicle registrations will be required in several town lots.

 

Phase 1 begins Monday, December 18. Phase 1 requires compliance to posted signage at the following locations:

 

  • Avon Recreation Center - Parking is only for Rec Center patrons for a period of 3 hours during Rec Center operating hours. Failure to register your license plate by scanning the QR code at the front desk or not using the Rec Center may result in a $35 citation.
  • Avon Town Hall - Parking for Town Hall business only. Register by scanning the QR code at the front desk. 10 minute drop off/pick up for the Prater Lane Childcare. Failure to comply may result in a $35 citation.
  • Avon Library - 3 free hours parking for library patrons only on Mikaela Way in front of the library. No parking beyond the 3-hour limit. Failure to comply may result in a $35 citation.
  • 1 Lake Street (Old Town Hall):  The Town of Avon will continue to offer free all-day parking at 1 Lake Street, formerly known as Old Town Hall. No registration is required.

 

Overnight on-street parking or municipal lot parking from 12 to 6 a.m. is prohibited unless authorized by the Avon Police Department. All current on-street parking stalls have a 3-hour parking limit until the new system is installed.

Phase 2 will begin in mid-January. During Phase 2, Avon will continue the 3-hour free parking period, followed by a new requirement to pay $1 per hour thereafter. Parking will be enforced between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The areas affected will be East Benchmark Road, West Benchmark Road, Lake Street and West Beaver Creek Boulevard. Signage is currently being updated around Avon.

The Town will continue to update its website, Avon.org/parking. Avon will issue a press release and provide further updated information on the paid parking program in the weeks leading up to the live implementation of Phase 2 in mid-January.

For questions about the managed parking program, please visit Avon.org/parking or email parking@avon.org.

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