Dale McGregor puts the No Limit parking sign into place in the Elbow Street Carpark.
Dale McGregor puts the No Limit parking sign into place in the Elbow Street Carpark.

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TIME changed in Coffs Harbour's CBD yesterday ? well, parking time to be specific.

Coffs Harbour City Council staff erected new parking signs in the council's carparks, in a bid to relieve some of the parking problems experienced by CBD workers.

The new signs indicate all-day parking in Elbow Street Carpark and Gordon Street Carpark, which previously contained some all-day and some four-hour parking.

Park Avenue Carpark's levels two and three became a three-hour limit, doing away with the all-day parking after 9.30am entry signs.

The same applies to levels three and four of the Castle Street Carpark, with level five going to all-day parking.

The 218 Harbour Drive Carpark and Coffs Street Carpark (adjacent to the swimming pool) both became three-hour parking.

For further information phone 6648 4000.



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