I have a disabled parking placard or license plate; can I park free in City provided parking?

Yes, a vehicle with a displayed valid handicap placard or tag is allowed to park in any space without paying. 

Please be sure that your placard is hung from the rear view mirror. Refer to City Resolution #2016-10 for more information. 

Vehicles with handicap placards or tags may not park unlawfully - in loading or bus zones, at a yellow curb, in a no parking or handicap space, on sidewalks or blocking fire hydrants and private driveways, etc. These violations are be enforced 24 hours/7 days.

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1. How do I pay for parking at a pay station ?
2. What forms of payment are accepted at the pay stations?
3. Do the pay stations give change?
4. How do I use a credit card at the pay stations?
5. Where is my receipt?
6. How much time can I purchase?
7. How do I report a broken or malfunctioning pay station?
8. The pay station says “Card Unreadable” after I try to pay with a credit card. What do I do?
9. The pay station displays an “Out of Order” or “No Card, Coin Only” message and I need to pay with a credit card. What do I do?
10. I have a disabled parking placard or license plate; can I park free in City provided parking?
11. There is garbage in the receipt tray, vandalism on the pay station, or other issue that maintenance staff should be aware of. What should I do?
12. Where can I park my Motorcycle or Scooter?
13. My business requires that I spend extended periods of time at multiple downtown locations. Do I have to pay or register for each visit?