The Rehoboth Beach Board of Commissioners held a vote earlier this week to decide on changes for the upcoming parking season.
The vote was in favor of changing the annual parking season to May 15 – September 15. The previous season was defined as the Friday of Memorial Day weekend thru the second Sunday after Labor Day. This is the period of time that visitors to Rehoboth Beach will be required to purchase a parking pass or pay at a meter. The price per meter will be a consistent $3 per hour, replacing the $2 per hour in some locations.
City Manager, Sharon Lynn, said
“The changes adopted by Commissioners today provide consistency and simplicity to the City’s parking guidelines. Parking-related information will now be easier to communicate and understand.”
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