ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Heads up, Annapolis residents and visitors: parking meter enforcement will resume in a week.
After Labor Day, the city will once again be charging hourly fees at all of its meters. Those who violate the rules will be ticketed.
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Parking fees and fines were suspended when the coronavirus pandemic started and the state of emergency was issued in March.
Parking enforcement resumed in Baltimore on July 13; parking permit enforcement begins Tuesday.