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    Drivers can park in downtown Barrie for free until September 8, 2020. The suspension of paid downtown parking is one of the many actions outlined in Barrie’s COVID-19 Economic Recovery Action Plan.

    Free parking supports the Downtown Economic Recovery Plan by providing incentive for customers to access downtown businesses, and provides financial relief for downtown owners, staff, and customers.

    To view the plan please visit https://investbarrie.ca/covid-19-support .

    Visit www.barrie.ca/DowntownParking for parking options.

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    As per a recent decision of Barrie City Council, non-residents are charged $10/hour to park in specific waterfront areas, with a daily max of $50.

    A non-resident waterfront seasonal pass costs $90 for residents of Oro, Innisfil, Essa and Springwater. All other non-residents are charged $130 for the non-resident seasonal pass.

    For full information please visit www.barrie.ca/WaterfrontParking

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    I agree with Alysah Stratton - The City of Barrie should allow residents of Midhurst, Springwater etc to pay the same rate as Barrie residents with proof of work in Barrie. I feel that it's unfair if the residents of Springwater, Midhurst etc have to pay non-resident fees. Most of these residents work and shop in Barrie.

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    I feel that the permit parking only signs on the streets surrounding Johnson's beach to be unfairly targeting visitors, to apartments and residences near Johnson's Beach, who do not live in Barrie. Many residents of Springwater, Midhurst for instance work and shop in Barrie and shouldn't have to pay $90 for non-resident parking pass just to visit relatives.

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