QUINCY, MA – As part of a continued partnership with the City of Quincy to address parking management issues relating to the Quincy Center redevelopment project, Norfolk County and its County Commissioners have announced the upcoming launch of the County’s new Pay-and-Display Parking Management program at the Quincy District Courthouse Parking Lot, located at 1 Dennis Ryan Parkway.
Beginning on Monday, February 3rd, parking will be available in the Quincy District Courthouse Parking Lot on a daily basis for $2.00 per hour between the hours of 5:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m.
Parking passes can be purchased for the desired timeframe at any of the 3 pay kiosks in the Courthouse Parking Lot and displayed in the front windshield of a visitor’s vehicle. Parking permits will be distributed to employees of the Quincy District Courthouse prior to implementation.
Daily Jury Duty parking passes will be made available in the Courthouse for jurors upon presentation of their Jury Notice. Jurors are asked to place their daily passes on their vehicle dashboard upon receipt.
Effective February 3rd, there will be no Overnight Parking allowed in the Quincy District Courthouse Parking Lot. Those who currently park their vehicles in the Courthouse Parking Lot, including those on the Washington Street side of the lot, should make plans to park elsewhere in order to avoid being ticketed and/or towed.
Compliance with these new parking procedures will be regularly enforced with ticketing and fines.
Anyone with questions about the County’s new courthouse parking program can call Mike Mullen or Bill Buckley in the Norfolk County Commissioners’ Office at (781) 461-6105.