Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen wants to remind residents that since 3 p.m. Sunday all four city garages are free of charge. Hillman, Gotts, Knighton and Park Place are the four garages.
People that live on narrow streets are especially recommended to move their cars so emergency vehicles can get through without issues.
Vehicles can remain in the garage through the duration of the storm.
For those parking at Hillman garage, residents need to go to garage office and pick up a validation ticket before exiting the garage free of charge. For those City residents parking at Gotts, Knighton and Park Place, just show the attendant a valid driver’s license, showing proof of Annapolis residency, when exiting free of charge.
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