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Free 30-minute parking stalls added downtown Paso Robles 

Free 30-minute parking stalls added downtown Paso Robles–14 new 30-minute parking stalls are being added downtown to make it easier to do a quick stop without registering your plate or paying for parking, according to the City of Paso Robles.

They will be designated with green curbs and “30 Minute Parking” signs. Each block in the paid parking area will have a 30-minute stall. These stalls will be subject to parking enforcement and merchants can also call the Parking Ambassador if they witness abuse of the stalls at (805) 227-PARK (7275).

Paid parking began August 14, 2019 in downtown Paso Robles and is in effect Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Pay stations have been installed from Spring Street to Pine Street and from 10th to 14th Street. The first two hours of parking are free, drivers must enter their license plate number to receive free parking.

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