BUFFALO, N.Y. — Metered parking has officially resumed in the City of Buffalo.
All on-street parking meters were suspended back in March in result of the coronavirus pandemic, but they went back into effect on July 1.
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown announced Wednesday that alternate street parking has been extended. Streets that have alternate-side parking regulations from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., those regulations have been suspended until November 15. The only exception is bulk trash week.
More information about the bulk trash schedule can be found here.
People are encouraged to download the City of Buffalo's official parking app, Buffalo Roam, which is available for download from the App Store and Google Play.
The app allows motorists to forego coin or credit card payments at the meters and instead allows people to pay from their mobile device. The app also warns motorists when their time is about to expire and gives people the ability to extend their parking session.
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