City Council Has Announced Two-Hour Free Parking At Two Of Cork City's Primary Car Parks
It will come into effect from Monday
The move is designed to entice shoppers back to the City as the country moves to Phase 3 of the Government's roadmap to recovery and reopening the economy.
Motorists will enjoy two-hours of free parking at the North Main Street and Paul Street multi-storey car parks from Monday, as dozens of businesses reopen after months of closure due to Covid-19.
Cinemas, barbers, hairdressers, bowling alleys, cafes, bookmakers, and pubs that can function as restaurants are among the businesses that will begin to reopen across the City and County from next week.
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