40 Court Street, Floor 1 Unit 1
Plymouth, MA 02360
P: 508-747-5929 | F: 508-747-5939
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10am – 5pm
Park Plymouth revenue invested into the community by Plymouth Growth & Development Corporation
•$525,000 to purchase a 134-space parking lot (Water 4 Lot) from the MBTA adjacent to Radisson Hotel for public parking in 2014.
•$6,500 to construct a new driveway access from the Water 4 Lot to Lothrup Street completed in 2015.
• $400,000 to fund the engineering/financial feasibility, conceptual design and schematic design and design development phase for a new Plymouth Transportation & Visitor’s Center on the Memorial Hall Lot that includes a 400 +/-space public parking garage scheduled to open by 2020. $400,000 of PGDC funds leveraged $500,000 in federal funding.
• $13,900 annually to lease 4 private parking lots for general purpose public parking including:
– Two parking lots on Water Street across from Nelson Park with (approximately 75 free public parking spaces);
– The Brewster Street Parking Lot (34 paid public parking spaces);
– Howland Street Parking Lot (approximately 40 permit only parking spaces).
• $15,000 commitment to fund new concrete sidewalks on School Street in 2016.
• $15,000 engineering feasibility study to be completed in 2015 for constructing a public parking facility on the Main Street Extension Lot.
• $80,000 commitment to fund and complete engineering design and upgrade of the Middle Street parking lot including landscaping and a new screened dumpster enclosure in 2017.
• $15,000 for energy-efficient LED lighting upgrades in the Middle Street & North Street parking lots completed in 2015.
• $10,000 for a new Electric Vehicle Charging Station installation on Water Street completed in 2015.
• $40,000 to expand Water #1 Lot at 225 Water Street by 10 spaces; improve drainage, lighting and replace wheel stops in 2011.
• $30,000 purchase and installation of bike racks in downtown Plymouth in 2011.
• $5,000 annual contribution to America’s Hometown Celebration.
• $5,000 annual contribution to the 4th of July Festivities.
• $5,000 contribution toward the purchase of a parcel providing access to the N. Plymouth Veterans Memorial Park.
• $5,000 annual contribution to fund the Town of Plymouth’s free graffiti removal program for the next two years starting May 2015.
• $3,200 contribution to the Plymouth Redevelopment Authority for an Urban Land Institute study of redevelopment and revitalization possibilities for the 1820 Courthouse and nearby businesses in downtown Plymouth.
• $3,000 contribution to restoration of Town Training Green.
• $5,000 donation to Relief Fund for Plymouth’s sister City, Shichigahama, Japan.
• $2,500 holiday window decoration sponsorship for downtown businesses.
• $2,500 contribution to downtown Plymouth’s first Saturday committee in 2015.
• $11,400 contribution to the Municipal Harbor Management Plan 2015.
• Support of Town of Plymouth sponsored special events such as Fourth of July Celebration, Americas Hometown Celebration, the Waterfront Festival, graduations and other events.
-$5,000 contribution to Winterfest Festival 2017
Payments to Town of Plymouth:
• $268,000 for reimbursement to the Town of Plymouth for all fees charged since 2007 by the Registry of Motor Vehicles to unmarked registrations and licenses that were marked due to non-payment of parking citations.
• $53,950 annually to pay the salary and benefits of one Town of Plymouth Police Officer (parking enforcement). Total estimated payments to the Town of Plymouth since 2007 $500,000.
• $13,500 for processing fees for tickets issued outside of development zone.
• $4,000 average annual contribution to the Town of Plymouth Disability Commission from handicapped parking violations.
Park Plymouth Parking Management cost:
• Ongoing Maintenance and Operation of the Town of Plymouth public parking system including 14 paid parking lots, 350+ metered parking spaces and several free lots and time-restricted on-street spaces.
• $10,000 annual expense for purchasing and installing parking signs and restriping parking spaces in lots and on street.
• $12,322 for 1 state-of-the-art, credit-card enabled Pay Station for Water 4 Lot in 2014.
• $12,192 for 24 state-of-the art credit-card enabled smart meters for on-street parking spaces on Russell and South Russell Streets in 2013.
• $53,340 for 105 state-of-the-art credit-card enabled smart meters for on-street parking spaces in Downtown Plymouth in 2013.
• $158,593 for 13 state-of-the-art credit-card enabled Pay Stations for parking lots in 2012.
• $125,255 for 235 state-of-the-art credit-card enabled smart meters for on-street parking spaces in the Plymouth Waterfront Area in 2012.