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Posted on: November 28, 2018

[ARCHIVED] FREE Two-Hour Meter Holiday Parking in December


Shop local and save money on parking! Beginning on Saturday, Dec. 1 through Monday, Dec. 31, shoppers in Wellesley can park for FREE at all two-hour, on-street parking meters. This effort supports local businesses and shoppers. 

Please note, this parking meter fee waiver does NOT apply to four-hour or ten-hour meters, or commuter railway lots in Wellesley. 

Holiday hoods will be placed on all free parking meters to help better identify them. Meters will be monitored by parking officials to ensure the two-hour limit is followed. 

Money collected from parking meters throughout the year is used by the Town to pay for meter operations and repairs and funds road signs, street striping and improvements, and Town parking lot maintenance. 

On Sunday, Dec. 2, free parking will be available during the 2018 Wellesley Merchants Association Holiday Stroll. Click here for a map of parking areas. At 5:30 PM, join the Board of Selectmen for a holiday lights celebration at the Wellesley fire station on Central Street. 

Happy Holidays from the Town of Wellesley!

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