Cora Bett Southern Realty News

South Carolina 843.525.1100 Georgia 912.233.6000

New Year’s Resolution: No Parking Tickets!

Another year older, another year wiser…

parking

As we jump into 2019, we are all about fresh starts and resolutions. While New Year’s resolutions can vary wildly from person to person, we have one that appeals to all Savannahians. This year, let’s resolve to make it through with no parking tickets. To some, this seems a simple feat, but local Savannahians, especially those living and/or working in the Historic Downtown District, can attest that this resolution sometimes seems nearly impossible to keep.

In recent years, the City of Savannah’s Parking and Mobility Services has expanded the zones covered by parking meters. Parking Services has also extended the hours for paid parking to run from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Note: These are approximate times — check out the links provided for specific hours/zones) And while paying to park feels like a huge hassle, let’s face it, paid parking is a pretty common thing in most cities now. 

Lucky for us, Parking Services has made strides in making the process paying to park pretty darn easy. The simplest way is to download the “Park Savannah” app to your phone. The app allows you to pay your meter through your phone and eliminates the need to revisit meters to add more money/time.  

Residential Benefits

Another way to avoid parking tickets as a resident of the Historic District is to have a Residential Parking Decal. Savannah residents living in metered zones can apply for a Residential Parking Decal to be used for on-street parking near their home. These decals are not a pass for free parking in the entire Downtown Savannah area. But, the decals are useful nonetheless. 

Those dealing with on-street parking in the Downtown Savannah area are also familiar with the street sweepers. Check posted signs for sweep times. Then, make sure that you are not parked in a sweep zone during the posted time. Residential Parking Decals do not override sweep zones. Also, tickets received for sweep zone violations cannot be appealed.

When it comes down to it, parking in Downtown Savannah can be easily handled by utilizing the resources that Parking Services has made available. 

Savannah Parking Services

Website

100 E Bryan St. 

Savannah, GA 31402

Office Hours 

Monday – Friday 

8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Meter Information and Maps

For information on Savannah’s DOT Downtown Shuttles, click here.

FacebookTwitterShare
Return to News
Facebook Google+ You Tube LinkedIn Pinterest
Best of Homes Luxury Portfolio International Leading Real Estate Companies