Study: Glens Falls has more than enough places to park
The city of Glens Falls has more than enough parking, a new study finds.
The city has no need for a new parking facility, or more spaces, NewsChannel 13’s media partners at The Post-Star report.
Data was collected in late October at the Elm Street, Exchange Street, Ridge Street and Warren Street lots. It found that on average, those lots had 68% occupancy.
At the peak midday hour of noon to 1 p.m., 22% of spots – roughly around 81 – were still free.
The report also recommends stricter enforcement of parking and charging for parking in the core area of downtown.