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City Offering 15 Minutes Free Parking At Meters In Support Of Take-Out

Monday December 14th, 2020, 2:40pm


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The City of Windsor is offering 15 minutes of free parking on the Passport Parking App to support local restaurant take-out business.

Regular users of the parking app can simply enter Zone #3800 at any meter in the city. You’ll be asked for your licence plate and then will have 15 minutes of free parking to pick-up your take-out meal.

Anyone new to the app will need to make an account at, then follow the same easy sign-in for 15 minutes free. The app can be used once every six hours.

The free offer will be in effect as long as Windsor remains in the Grey-Lockdown zone of the provincial public health measures in response to COVID-19.

“This summer and fall we undertook a number of pilots to support our local small businesses, including waiving fees for sidewalk cafes and helping establish curb-side parklets for extra outdoor dining spaces,” said Mayor Drew Dilkens. “Earlier this month, the City of Windsor provided $180,000 to our local BIAs to set up additional holiday light displays. Today, I’m proud that we are continuing to find ways to support small businesses in Windsor in an effort to support our hometown entrepreneurs to cope with the economic effects of this public health pandemic.”

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