Park Plymouth News & Announcements

PGDC Reaches Settlement with MEGRYCO re: Bradford Inn Redevelopment

The Plymouth Growth & Development Corporation (PGDC) recently reached a settlement agreement with MEGRYCO, Inc., a local developer who is redeveloping the Bradford Inn property locacted a 98 Water Street on the waterfront in Plymouth.   Click here for a detailed description of what happened over the past 2 years with respect to the Bradford Inn project, why it happened, and the importance of this settlement agreement in shaping the futre of the downtown/waterfront areas of Plymouth.  


Multi-space Pay Stations Replace Parking Meters on Water Street

Park Plymouth has removed a total of 78 parking meters along the harbor-side of Water Street and replaced them with five (5) multi-space pay stations.  The area will remain a 4-hour parking area, and parkers will now be able to pay for their parking with coins, bills (not available w/meters), credit cards and their smart phones (Passport); parkers will also now be able to get receipts for their parking (also not available w/meters).  Park Plymouth will benefit from lower annual maintenance expenses and the ability to take advantage of recent advances in parking technology.
 
By removing the meters and poles, there is now a more pleasing (less cluttered) visual view of the harbor for residents and tourists visiting the waterfront.  The new pay stations have also been located and spaced in a manner that will enhance pedestrian safety in the area by directing those who park along this curb towards the pedestrian crosswalks.   

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Free Parking Now Available at Nathaniel Morton Elementary School

We are pleased to announce that free parking is now available to the general public during the week and on weekends at the Nathaniel Morton Elementary School in downtown Plymouth.  The parking lot is located at the rear of the school and can be accessed from either Union Street or Route 3A (Sandwich Street).   Please park between the lines in the designated parking stalls and obey all parking signs.  Do not park along the fence that now borders the grass field adjacent to the access driveway from Union Street.
 
During the summer after the school year ends, residents and visitors to the area will be able to park there at all times throughout the week.  During the school year, the parking lot will be available for public parking during the afternoon/evenings on weekdays, all day on Saturday and Sunday, and on holidays when the school is not in session. 
 
No Parking signs will be posted and a notice placed on the Park Plymouth website should it ever become necessary to restrict parking at this location on select days during the year.