"No Change, No Problem" Pilot Program Launch Event
Friday, May 10, 2013
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Central West End at the intersection of Euclid Ave. and Maryland Ave.
Check-in at one of the CWE businesses via Facebook, Twitter (#STLParkingMeters) or Foursquare and show it to anyone with a "No Change, No Problem" button to receive 30-minutes of free parking. Free parking time available while supplies last.
Motorists parking in the City of St. Louis - you can stop searching your consoles for loose change! The City Treasurer's Office is launching a pilot program called,"No Change, No Problem."Starting May 10th, Sixty (60) new individual credit and debit card accepting parking meters will be installed in the Central West End neighborhood. The "No Change, No Problem" pilot program will run through summer and fall 2013. With this program, drivers can use coins, credit or debit cards to park at one of the new meters. Parking rates will not increase and no additional fees will be charged for using credit or debit cards. These new meters will function the same as coin-operated meters– just more conveniently.
We want to hear from you! Give us some feedback about the new meters. Click the survey button below or comment on the Treasurer's Office Twitter (@stltreasurer | #stlparkingmeters) or Facebook (St. Louis Treasurer).
Your feedback will help determine whether or not to expand this program to other areas of the city.
The "No Change, No Problem" program is intended to improve the overall parking experience for the City of St. Louis.
Click map to see where the new meters are located.
View No Change No Problem Meter Locations in a larger map[maps.google.com]
Office of the Treasurer
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