This event series is organized by Bike Pittsburgh, a non-profit organization that works on behalf of the Pittsburgh community to transform our streets and communities into vibrant, healthy places by making them safe and accessible for everyone to bike and walk.
Hosted by BikePGH, OpenStreetsPGH is a free community event that temporarily closes streets to car traffic and invites Pittsburghers to reimagine their streets as places for people, not just cars.Contact us at email@example.com or 412-325-4334
When entering the facility, the free mulch is located to the left along the fence. Please follow the cones and signs to form the line so not to obstruct the heavy equipment using other functions of the facility.
The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection has certified our brush processing site for safe shredding of ash trees. This means that mulch coming from our site will be free of the emerald ash borer. You can be assured that our mulch will not transmit the emerald ash borer to your property and our mulch can be moved anywhere in the State of Wisconsin.
Play streets and block parties are a fun and easy way to build community and get to know your neighbors. Street closures can be hosted on a recurring basis, up to 3 days a week for a maximum of 12 hours per week. Gather your neighbors to hold a block party in your street or turn the street over to the kids for play! With a free permit, you can host your event on your neighborhood non-arterial street! Best of all, the permit is free.
Some closures exceed the thresholds we have established for block parties and play streets and are not allowed under this permit. The block party/play street program is intended for neighborhood- scale gatherings. If your street closure event exceeds the following thresholds, it cannot be permitted as a block party/play street. Check out the Street & Sidewalk Activities page to see permitting options for larger street closure events:
We are applying for a free permit from the Seattle Department of Transportation to close our street for some outdoor fun and recreation in our street! The street closure will only restrict through traffic. All local traffic, including neighbors, visitors, deliveries, and emergency vehicles, will still be able to access the street. We are thinking of requesting (day/days of week) between (start time) and (end time), beginning on (date) and ending on (date).
We've added a brand new free bus service downtown to complement the Free MallRide: The Free MetroRide. This service offers weekday rush hour service between Union Station and Civic Center Station, making limited stops along 18th and 19th Streets.
The new transit and pedestrian mall provided transit hubs for RTD buses at either end of downtown, removing more than 600 bus trips per day that traversed up and down 16th and 17th streets, contributing to both air and traffic congestion.
The Bureau of Forestry plants trees along the public right-of-way throughout the City of Chicago. The benefits of trees are numerous and ever increasingly important in this age of climate change, in achieving a cleaner, greener, sustainable environment. Chicago property owners who want a new tree planted on their parkways should call 311 or submit a request online to register for this free city service.
If you are a property owner, you can have a tree planted on your street for free! Submit a Service Request through our tree service request system or by calling 311. After making your request, you will receive an identification number to track its status.
The program is free if you keep every trip to 45 minutes or less and make sure you lock your bike at a station at the end of every trip. Trips longer than 45 minutes will incur an extra $2.00 per additional 30 minutes.
COVID-19 testing at Sixteenth Street is available for established patients only. If you do not have a doctor, we are always welcoming new patients. Vaccines are free and available for anyone 5 years of age and older by scheduled appointment. Sixteenth currently has the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.
Our free virtual trainings are open to everyone. These one-hour sessions are interactive and safe spaces for personal and professional growth. Register today to save your seat. Explore our upcoming sessions below:
State Code 5 June 3, 1960, allows free parking for people with disabilities who have state-issued identification (either a placard or a handicap license plate) in metered or timed parking spaces. This includes Parking Meters, Garages, and Lots and only applies to City, County, and State-owned facilities. There are several garages and lots that are privately owned, and they do not offer free parking for people with disabilities.
When parking at a metered space please be sure your placard is visible. It should either hang from the rear view mirror or be placed on the dashboard. When leaving a garage to receive free parking, you will be asked to show your disabled placard or identification.
Charleston accepts disabled placards from other states. A disabled veteran license plate also qualifies for free parking. Please be aware that handicap placards or license plates do not allow parking in Commercial Loading Zones.
How Do I Sign Up?First time users simply need to set up a FREE account. You can do this online at Pay-by-Phone, via mobile app (search for Pay By Phone) or by calling our parking line 1-888-380-7275Call: 1-888-380-7275.
Parkers with valid accessible parking license plates and/or hanging tags may park in off-street parking garages and surface lots for an unlimited time when paying the posted hourly rates. Or, may park for free at any on-street metered space for an unlimited time.
There are locations on all streets where parking is prohibited and is enforceable without a sign. Exceptions to the law are when an operator of an emergency vehicle parks during an emergency or a law enforcement officer or other public employee is required to park in the prohibited locations in the performance of his or her duties.
Selected public streets in the Historic Downtown are designated as time-limited for non-permit holders. Properties on those streets and corners adjacent to qualifying streets are eligible to participate in the Residential Parking Permit Program
IUB Affiliates: The first time IUB Affiliates (current faculty, staff, and students) access the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) Online they will be asked to register for an account. IUB Affiliates should use their IU email address to register. Following activation, IUB affiliates can go directly to the Wall Street Journal online at or to WSJ apps and log in with the username and password they created during account registration.
Drivers of vehicles displaying a disabled parking permit or license plate are allowed to park for free up to four (4) hours in any on-street metered space. In the public parking garages, however, all drivers must pay to park unless driving a specialized vehicle or displaying the Florida Toll Exemption Permit as per Florida law 316.1964.
Most residential streets limit parking between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m to one side of the street on an alternating basis throughout the year with a valid Overnight Parking Permit or Temporary Night Parking Permission. The alternate side parking is extended from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. when a Snow Emergency is declared.
Certain residential streets are restricted to parking on a specific side of the street during the winter months. These streets are posted with signs reading "No Parking" on one side of the street, either for the entire December 1 to March 1 period, or with a monthly alternation of the prohibited side. To determine whether this regulation applies to a specific street go to Street Parking Regulations.
Night parking is allowed on both sides of these streets from March 1 to December 1. From December 1 to March 1 alternate side night parking is required. On even-numbered calendar days (before midnight) a vehicle with a valid night permit must be legally parked on the side of the street with even house numbers; on odd-numbered calendar days (before midnight) a vehicle must be parked on the side of the street with odd house numbers. Parking is allowed between 2:00 A.M. and 6:00 A.M. with a valid permit or night parking permission with some exceptions in blue on the map above. Please visit Winter Parking Regulations- Not Individually Posted page to look up if this applies to your street.
No overnight parking is allowed on through highways and (bus) routes from December 1 to March 1. These streets are not individually posted. For a list of these streets please go to the Winter Parking Regulations- Not Individually Posted page or see streets in red on map above.
No parking is allowed on through highways and mass transit (bus) routes from 10M-6AM. These streets are not posted, see streets on map in red above. For a list of streets please go to Winter Parking Regulations- Not Individually Posted. Vehicles must be moved to a side street and be legally parked in conformity with all other regulations on the proper side of the street.
The Global Street Design Guide is supporting practitioners to redefine the role of streets in cities around the world. Created with the input of experts from 72 cities in 42 countries, the Guide offers technical details to inform street design that prioritizes pedestrians, cyclists, and transit riders.
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A full list of parking permits can be found by clicking here. Information on the most common permits for our UNT community are listed in a graph below. Permits are available online through the UNT Parking Portal. Permits are pro-rated throughout the year. They are removeable so that you can use them on all vehicles you register on our permit site; however they are not transferable to another individual. Our campus map shows the areas where permitted vehicles may park. 2b1af7f3a8