District Council is extending free parking in all Horsham District Council
owned car parks to help Horsham residents park more safely, support key
workers and avoid road congestion during the Coronavirus situation.
Free parking was
initially introduced on 26 March at the onset of the coronavirus crisis.
For residents who
currently park on-street, within a Controlled Parking Zone, they now will
continue to have the option to use Horsham District Council owned car parks
enforcement will continue albeit with a strict focus on safety and ensuring
the free movement of traffic, especially for the emergency services, carers
and deliveries. People are strongly advised not to park on yellow lines, loading bays
and clearways. Civil Parking Enforcement officers have a key highway safety
role in this - their duty is to enforce yellow lines/loading bays etc so that
particular vehicles can still travel freely on the network and not have to
contend with dangerously parked vehicles.
For current season
ticket holders, or those who have pre-paid for their parking, Horsham
District Council will extend their parking period accordingly.
this situation will remain in
place until the end of the Covid19 lockdown.
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