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Free short term parking at meters in Cleveland Heights to help businesses impacted by coronavirus

The city wants to help small businesses affected by coronavirus.

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — The City of Cleveland Heights is offering free short-term parking at all parking meters immediately to support the small businesses in the city impacted by coronavirus. 

With all bars and restaurants that closed Sunday night per Governor DeWine's order, many of the establishments will be providing take-out service and/or delivery.

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To encourage patronage of these businesses, the city of Cleveland Heights will waive fees at the short-term meters.

The metered areas include city lots, city garages, and on-street spaces.

Long term parking still requires a permit.

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