Parking Simplified in Harmon Avenue Parking Garage

Signs in Harmon clearly indicate levels where you may park.
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Signs in Harmon clearly indicate levels where you may park.

Modified parking designations in Harmon Avenue Parking Garage will simplify where motorists park, with levels 1-7 of the garage set aside for Harmon parking permits and levels 8-9 for metered parking.

The changes will go in to effect on Monday, Jan. 14, 2019.

Signs in the garage will clearly mark the designations.

Individuals with a Harmon Garage permit will not need to do anything differently, except to remember that their permits do not grant access to the top two levels.

Those levels are for drivers who use metered parking in the garage. Specifically, metered parking will be on levels 8 and 9 and on the ramp that connects levels 8 and 9.

As in the past, those who park in a metered space should pay for parking at one of the designated pay stations or with the use of the Whoosh! app.

Pay stations in the garage are located on levels 1, 2, 4, and 6.


David Wilson, communications director
Transit and Parking


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