Say Goodbye To Free Weekend Parking In Downtown Minneapolis

You'll no longer be able to park on a downtown Minneapolis street for free on weekends, following meter changes introduced by the city last week.
The changes announced by Minneapolis last week was short on specifics, other than the city saying some meters would see their prices rise and their hours limited.
As a result, most of the 2,626 affected downtown meters are now limited to 2-hour stays, with many of those affected near ground floor retail locations, high density residential, and in the areas of Commons Park and theWellsFargo, Thrivent Financial and Kraus Anderson businesses.

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