Parking Meters are enforced Monday thru Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., except Federal Holidays. Parking at meters are free on Sundays and parking in the garage and surface lots will remain free on weekends. Meters are limited to 3 hours, 6 hours and 15 minutes and are located along various streets and on the first level of the Parking Garage-refer to the map below.
The cost is 25 cents for 20 minutes. All meters accept quarters, dimes, and nickels.
Save on Parking by using Tokens and Smart Cards!
Tokens – 1 Token for 20 minutes (sold only in bags of 100 for $20.00 – Savings of 5 Cents per 20 minutes)
Smart Cards – User Friendly – $16.00 for over 26 Hours of parking (also available in larger denominations) Tokens and Smart Cards can be purchased at the Borough Hall, 120 Marshall Street.
Borough of Kennett Square to Debut Parking App. Passport launches to add convenience for those parking in town.
The Borough of Kennett Square has debuted a new way to pay for parking. The Borough is partnering with industry leader Passport to add the ability for parkers to pay for metered parking spaces from their phones.
Drivers can download the PassportParking app and securely pay for metered parking using a debit/credit card. The parking app, which is widely available throughout the Northeastern United States, allows customers to monitor their session, extend parking remotely (up to the maximum allotted time), and view all parking history.
The new parking app brings mobile technology to customers as a more convenient option to “feed the meter”. Parkers can manage everything from their phones while also helping avoid parking citations.
As a part of the mobile payment for parking program, the app will be available at on and off-street parking locations in the Kennett Square area where signage is displayed. PassportParking signage and decals located on the meters indicate how users can download and get started with the app.
Passport is the leading mobile payment provider for parking and transportation in North America, powering the parking apps for large cities like Boston, Chicago, Toronto, Salt Lake City, and Detroit.
Once users download the app they will be asked to create an account which includes a verification process through phone or email and the creation of a pin number. To begin the parking payment process a user will be prompted to enter a zone number. The user then enters a debit/credit card and the parked vehicle’s license number. The meters in Kennett Square now have a passport parking sticker with corresponding zone number.
KENNETT SQUARE PARKING ZONES:
652 – All 15 Minute Meters
653 — All 3 Hour Meters
654 – Maple and N Broad Street Parking Lot/Areas
655 – Parking Garage
656 – All 6 Hour Meters
657 – S Union Street Parking Lot
658 – Library Lot
Click here to read an overview about setting up a Passport Parking account as well as FAQS about Passport Parking (you must scroll down to read FAQs)