Signs were posted this week in the ATM lot and the two adjacent parking lots indicating that those lots will become pay-to-park via app on Jan. 1, 2018.
In May 2017, Jack Bell Properties acquired the four properties associated with the downtown Wells Fargo bank building at the southeast corner of Locust and Hickory Streets: the tower/bank lobby, the “ATM lot,” and two parking lots located between Hickory and Mulberry Streets. Signs were posted this week in the ATM lot and the two adjacent parking lots indicating that those lots will become pay-to-park via app on Jan. 1, 2018. As these lots are private property, the owner is within his rights to charge for parking.
The impacted lots adjoin the City-owned Williams Square public parking lot, which will remain free and open to the public. The attached map, titled “Wells Fargo and Williams Square Lots”, shows the separation between the private pay-to-park lot to the west and the Williams Square free public parking lot to the east. Additional signage will be installed to clearly indicate the free public parking.
The attached “Downtown Parking Map” shows both free and paid public parking locations in downtown Denton.
Contact: Caroline Booth, (940) 349-7751, Caroline.Booth@cityofdenton.com