Norfolk will install parking meters along downtown’s Boush Street

Sierra Jenkins, The Virginian-Pilot
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Boush Street in Norfolk will have parking meters installed later this month, according to a news release.

Residents will have to pay for parking 30 days after the meters are installed, the release said.

The 144 parking spaces — which have been free until now — were created less than a year ago to support Granby Street businesses with outdoor dining for the OpenNorfolk initiative, the city’s spokesperson said.

Parking will cost drivers $0.45 for 15 minutes on weekdays with a two-hour limit from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be free two-hour parking on Saturdays and free parking all day Sunday. Meters will take coins and credit cards, or people can pay through the ParkNorfolk mobile app.

Sierra Jenkins, 229-462-8896, sierra.jenkins@virginiamedia.com