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Parking must be paid for each vehicle with the following exception:
If a valid handicap placard or license plate is displayed in/on a vehicle parked in a marked handicap space, no payment is required. A handicap placard or plate does not enable free parking elsewhere.
The parking program has the authority to use wheel locks (boots) on illegally parked vehicles for which there are 3 or more outstanding, unpaid, and overdue parking tickets. The operator of such a vehicle is known as a scofflaw.
Inquire by phone at 910-256-5453; in person at the parking office at 321 Causeway Drive; or complete an appeal form online.
Call the office (910) 256-5453 or visit remit.lanierparking.com to file an appeal.
Pay or appeal the citation within 3 days of the issuance.
Yes. As a registered owner, you are liable for any citations regardless of whether or not you were using the vehicle at the time the citations were issued.