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New curbside pickup program launched citywide

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The City of Orlando has launched a new citywide Curbside Pick-up Program that will begin on Wednesday, September 16.

The new program is meant to increase the ease of to-go operations at local businesses by designating existing on-street parking spaces as 15-minute curbside pick-up zones reserved for couriers and customers-only.

Businesses that are interested in designating an existing on-street parking spot as a pick-up zone can apply online starting on Wednesday. Once approved, the business will receive free signage to mark the parking spot. Some businesses may be asked to share a spot with an adjacent business due to limited on-street parking availability in some neighborhoods.

Click HERE for more information on the program.

CURRENT ON-STREET TO-GO PARKING IN THE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT

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The City of Orlando has launched a new citywide Curbside Pick-up Program that will begin on Wednesday, September 16.

The new program is meant to increase the ease of to-go operations at local businesses by designating existing on-street parking spaces as 15-minute curbside pick-up zones reserved for couriers and customers-only.

Businesses that are interested in designating an existing on-street parking spot as a pick-up zone can apply online starting on Wednesday. Once approved, the business will receive free signage to mark the parking spot. Some businesses may be asked to share a spot with an adjacent business due to limited on-street parking availability in some neighborhoods.

Click HERE for more information on the program.

CURRENT ON-STREET TO-GO PARKING IN THE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT