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Halifax puts up signs to enhance parking, traffic around courthouse

SoVaNow.com / August 09, 2018
The Town of Halifax and its police department have been working with the Virginia Department of Transportation, Halifax County and Blair Construction to improve the signage for available off-street parking around the courthouse as renovations take place.

With the signs, the town also aims to maximize the use of on-street parking downtown and provide motorists with clearer direction for the change of traffic patterns on Edmunds Boulevard, which runs behind the courthouse.

The relocation of courtroom functions to the Mary Bethune Complex during the two-year construction period now allows downtown businesses to maximize the on-street parking opportunities for their customers and clients. In addition to notifying the public of these changes, the Town of Halifax Police Department has put together a non-citation notice as a reminder for downtown employees that on-street parking is intended for customers, clients, and visitors to the downtown.

Business owners and employees are reminded they should park in reserved off-street parking spaces and in the public parking lots within walking distance around the central business district, especially if they will be parked for more than two hours.


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