What is the difference between the gray-top and red-top meters?
Gray-top meters are short term, two-hour meters. They are placed in and around the Downtown Square area for customers of the businesses. The cost is $0.25 per hour. The red-top meters are long term, 10-hour meters. These are placed a little further away from the Downtown Square, but they provide less expensive rates.

The cost is $0.25 per one hour and 40 minutes. This is to encourage downtown employees to park at these meters and leave the more convenient, closer meters available for customers visiting the area.

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1. I work downtown. Where can I park and not get tickets?
2. What is the difference between the gray-top and red-top meters?
3. The meters have stickers on them that say "No Parking if Meter Fails." What does that mean?