Parking in Doylestown Borough has been free since the COVID-19 pandemic closed businesses down here in mid-March.
And while meters will remain free after Bucks County moves into the “yellow” phase of Gov. Wolf’s three-phase program to reopen the economy on June 5, a three-hour time limit at the meters will begin being enforced June 8, according to a borough announcement.
Tickets will be issued for exceeding posted limits, officials said.
“This enforcement is necessary to provide parking turnover for the expected increase in economic activity,” as the community begins to reopen, the announcement said.
Additionally, parking spaces near the increased number of businesses reopening for curbside pickup will be designated “reserved.”
“Please use these spaces for these services only,” the borough said.