2013 Holiday Programs

Join the Boston Transportation Department and the Office of the Parking Clerk as we celebrate the holidays.

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    Get 20% Off Your Boston Meter Card This Holiday Season

    From Novemer 29 to December 31, Boston Meter Cards are 20% off their original price! The cards are available online and are also sold at the Office of the Parking Clerk (Room 224, Boston City Hall); the BTD Tow Lot (200 Frontage Road); and on the City Hall to Go truck. Parking Clerk and Tow Lot accept cash, credit, or debit cards. City Hall to Go accepts only debit (Mastercard and Visa).  

    Buy a $5 Card? Pay $4!
    Buy a $100 Card? Pay $80!

    The gift every Boston driver wants.

    Purchase Online »

    Meter Locations Accepting Cards (MAP) »

    City Hall to Go Schedule »

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    Toys For Tickets

    In keeping with a successful holiday tradition in Boston, Mayor Thomas M. Menino announced that any driver issued a non-public safety parking ticket on Boston’s streets between December 2 and December 4 may resolve their ticket by providing a non-violent, wrapped toy of equal or greater value than the fine on the ticket. Drivers who would like to participate must bring the parking ticket as well as a receipt for the toy.

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    Free Holiday Parking

    The City of Boston will be offering two hours of free parking at the City’s parking meters on the following six days this holiday season.
     
    Friday, November 29
    Saturday, November 30
    Saturday, December 7
    Saturday, December 14
    Saturday, December 21
    Saturday, December 28
     
    While payment at meters will not be required on these six days, the time limit on the meters will be in effect and enforced in order to give as many visitors as possible a chance to take advantage of this opportunity. Parking at the vast majority of Boston’s parking meters is limited to two hours. However, at parking meters where the time limit is four hours, vehicles may park for free for up to four hours on these six days.