To improve vehicular access to local businesses and medical facilities in and around the Macksville CBD, Council is increasing the parking time limit on 74 parking spaces from 1 hour to 2 hours.
Mayor Rhonda Hoban said, “Extending the time limits to two hours will be a benefit to everyone, especially the older, more vulnerable members of our community.” “This will allow more time for medical visits, dining and shopping in the Macksville CBD.”
The localities to benefit from this increase are:
Winifred Street (near Princess Street) 4 spaces
Princess Street (near Fire Brigade station) 5 spaces
Wallace Street (West of Princess Street) 6 spaces
River Street (near Princess Street) 14 spaces
Partridge Street 22 spaces
Star Street 23 spaces
“The new parking signage is currently being installed in Macksville and will come into effect on Friday 29 September 2018 prior to the spring school holiday,” said Keith Williams, Manager Technical Services.
For enquiries please contact Keith Williams on 65680237 or 0409 829723
DATE: 11 September 2018
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