Barnstable's 200 Main Street Public Parking Pilot Program

Revised weekend rates and times...

200 Main Street Public Parking Pilot Program

In continued efforts towards identifying opportunities within public parking areas to creatively improve quality of life for our residents and guests while supporting the economic vitality of our community, the Town of Barnstable Parking Management Program is proud to announce starting July 1, 2018 the revised public parking weekend rates and times at the 200 Main Street Lot in Hyannis.

Metered Parking Lot Rates

200 Main Street

Guest Season

April 15th  – September 7th

Friday 5pm - Sunday 10pm

$1/hr, 12 hr max.

No parking permitted from 2am – 6am.

Resident Season

September 8th – April 14th

Friday 5pm - Sunday 10pm

$5/day, overnight parking allowed

 

Located directly on the east end of Hyannis Main Street, the 37 space lot provides a convenient location for the public to Park Happy with easy access to local businesses on Main Street, the Hyannis Harbor as well as various transportation options nearby during the weekends.

In order to ensure parking is available for town employees and office patrons during office hours, the Parking Management team will continue to actively monitor and manage the area.  Vehicles remaining parked in the 200 Main Street lot after 10pm on Sunday evening will be towed at owners’ expense.

For more information about this and the many other programs we offer, please visit www.townofbarnstable.us/parking or feel free to contact:

Barnstable Parking Management Program

508-862-4771

200 Main Street

Hyannis, MA 02601


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