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Auburn Police Issue Resident Parking Passes for Upcoming Fall Fair

Posted by aprile on September 10, 2012

The Auburn Police Department will be issuing DeKalb County Free Fall Fair resident parking permits on the following dates and times at the Auburn Police Department:

  • September 15: 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
  • September 17-21: 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
IDENTIFICATION FOR PERMIT

Persons requesting permits will be required to show some type of identification verifying their address and must have the license plate numbers of the vehicles that will display the parking permits.

PARKING AREAS

Residents who live in the areas listed below will be able to obtain a maximum of 2 resident parking permits to display in their vehicles. These passes will allow residents to park in the resident parking areas without fear of ticket or tow.

  • 11th Street between Cedar and Union
  • 12th Street, between Main and Union
  • 13th Street between Main and Union
  • 14th Street between Cedar and Union
  • 15th Street between Union and Indiana
  • Cedar Street between 11th and 15th
HELPFUL TO KNOW
  • As resident parking areas will be limited and may not be adequate to hold all resident vehicles, we ask residents to use off street parking (driveways) if available.
  • Resident parking permits should only be displayed in vehicles that belong to actual residents and not be given or used by friends or family members.
  • Resident parking permits displayed in vehicles that are not registered with the Auburn Police Department will be subject to ticket and tow.
  • Should the resident parking be full near your home or in your block, you will need to find an alternative resident parking area in another block or seek parking on a street that is without parking restrictions.
  • We ask all residents to be respectful to those who have off street parking and not block access to driveways.

We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause but these parking restrictions are essential for the safety of all during the 2012 DeKalb County Free Fall Fair, which will be held September 24-29.

 

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