There's Free Parking in Burlington in December
Book those office Christmas parties — parking is free in downtown Burlington for the month of December.
“Our goal is to keep downtown’s unique shopping and dining experiences top of mind for residents and visitors this holiday season,” said Burlington Downtown Business Association executive director Brian Dean, who’s also chairman of the downtown parking committee.
“We want to encourage patrons to explore even more of the services downtown by removing a parking fee from the equation this December.”
The incentive is being offered for the fifth straight year.
Free P allows vehicles to park in on-street parking spaces for free for up to three hours at city lots and on-street parking spaces.
For vehicles parked in municipal parking lots or the parking garage at 414 Locust St., there’s no maximum time limit.
Overnight parking in municipal lots is also allowed.
“The holidays are a great time to experience downtown Burlington and all that the local shops and businesses have to offer. The city is pleased to offer free parking to visitors for easy access to Burlington’s vibrant downtown,” said director of transportation Vito Tolone.
Motorists with downtown parking permits are reminded to continue to park in their assigned parking lot throughout the month of December in order to maximize the number of parking spaces available for visitors.
The City of Burlington provides 1,500 municipal parking spaces in downtown Burlington and offers free parking year-round in the downtown Monday to Friday after 6 p.m. and all day Saturday, Sunday and holidays.
Click here for more information about parking in Burlington.
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