What days and hours are the parking meters enforced?
With the exception of the parking meters in front of Waterside, metered spaces are all 2-hour duration and are in effect and enforceable from 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday.

The metered spaces in front of Waterside have a 15-minute duration and are enforced from 7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m., Monday through Sunday.

Metered Parking is free after 6 p.m. Monday through Saturdays and all day on Sundays.

As stated in Section 25.1-125 Enforcement of the City Code, enforcement shall not apply on Sundays, state election days, federal legal holidays or state legal holidays.

However City Council may, by resolution, waive these provisions, with respect to any or all designated streets, zones or public areas of the City, for such period of time as may be set forth in the resolution. Where the provisions are waived, signs or notices advising the public of such waiver shall be conspicuously posted for the streets, zones or area so affected.

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1. What is the Division of Parking?
2. Who are our patrons?
3. Where does the money I pay go?
4. How many parking spaces are in downtown?
5. Why is downtown parking necessary?
6. What is the busiest time to park?
7. Why do people have to pay to park downtown?
8. Who enforces on-street and off-street parking?
9. Why does Norfolk have parking meters?
10. How much does it cost to park downtown?
11. Is there special event parking?
12. Are there any programs to help defray the cost of parking for patrons of downtown businesses?
13. Are shuttle services offered?
14. Is security provided?
15. Is there parking for the disabled?
16. Does the City of Norfolk provide all the parking in downtown?
17. What days and hours are the parking meters enforced?
18. Is there parking available in downtown for buses, RVs, campers and other oversized vehicles?
19. How can I get a special parking permit to park at meters?