Overnight parking pilot progam in Holland

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HOLLAND, Mich. (WOOD) — An overnight parking pilot program will allow parking during all hours on most Holland streets this summer.

Starting Thursday and running until Sept. 30, residents will be allowed to park on many city streets overnight, the city said in a Tuesday release.

Previously, vehicles could not park on city streets between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m.

Those parking restrictions will still be in effect for downtown — between 6th and 10th streets and Maple and Lincoln avenues — and marked areas, but most cars will be allowed to park on surrounding streets without constraints.

After Sept. 30, normal parking hours will go back into effect and the city council will evaluate whether overnight parking was a success.

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