Sources have told Meath Live that drivers coming into Navan,Kells and Trim have enjoyed an easing of local parking enforcement for the last number of months due the to Covid-19.
Parking enforcement to be stepped up in county towns
Fines were only issued on rare occasions e.g. parking in loading bays, disabled parking spaces, or double yellow lines.
There was free parking in the Fair Green and a thirty-minute allowance on putting a ticket.
From Monday,8th June it is back to normal and the parking by-laws will be enforced.
So be warned and make sure you get your ticket and have loose change with you.
However, the main street parking will work on the basis of pay for an hour and one hour free.
A spokesperson for Meath County Council said, ‘Any major changes will be notified on our social media page.’