White Rock’s winter season parking rates are set to end Jan. 31, meaning beginning Wednesday, visitors will have to pay to park along the city’s waterfront.
Parking in the city has been free on week days – and reduced on weekends – since late November, when the winter rates came into effect.
When shoulder season parking kicks in Feb. 1, parking will cost $2 per hour, seven days a week – from 10 a.m. until midnight – in waterfront lots along Marine Drive, or in the city’s Montecito and West Beach parkades.
The City of White Rock tweeted about it, urging followers to “Visit the White Rock Museum, stop by your favourite restaurant or walk the White Rock Promenade, all while parking for free,” before time runs out.
Free weekday parking at the White Rock waterfront will end next week on Monday, Jan 31, 2023. Visit the White Rock Museum, stop by your favourite restaurant or walk the White Rock Promenade, all while parking for free #WhiteRockBC pic.twitter.com/bkpdhGAqmr
— City of White Rock (@whiterockcity) January 26, 2023
When summer season starts – April to September – waterfront parking will rise to $4 an hour.
Parking rates at Centennial Arena and Peace Arch Hospital remain unchanged.
For a full list of White Rock’s parking rates, click here.
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