Greensboro, NC -- Parking fines and rates in the downtown area as well as water and sewer rates are increasing starting July 1.
"Even with the rate increases, Greensboro remains one of the least expensive cities for parking in North Carolina," said Robin Davenport, supervisor of parking operations. "This is also the first increase in monthly parking in over 20 years and the first change in the hourly parking rates in approximately 10 years."
Here is the breakdown of the rate increases:
• Parking deck hourly rates increase from 50 cents per hour to 75 cents per hour. The maximum daily rate increases from $6 to $7.
• Monthly parking rates for general parking increase from $50 to $55, while reserved parking rates remain at $75 per month.
• Parking tickets for an expired meter change from $10 to $15.
• Water and sewer rates are increasing three percent for Greensboro residents and 7.5 percent for those who live outside of Greensboro.
City of Greensboro