Can I use a Disabled Permit at meters or in timed parking zones?

Currently the disabled permit/placard allows you to park without paying. Effective July 1, 2018, time limits will be enforced at all public Walking Disability Parking Spaces (on-street, as well as municipal parking garages and lots) per RSA 265:74 and City Code of Ordinances 18-1-16. You may never park in a designated disabled access aisle, even with a valid disabled plate or placard.

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1. What are the hours of parking enforcement?
2. Where can I park all day in downtown Concord?
3. Do you have a parking app?
4. Where do I go to pay a parking ticket?
5. Can I return to my meter and insert more money to stay longer?
6. What should I do if my meter/kiosk is broken or doesn't register payment?
7. It's snowy - do I have to pay the meter?
8. Can I park overnight in the City of Concord?
9. What happens if I do not pay my parking citations?
10. What if I cannot afford to pay all my citations?
11. Can I use a Disabled Permit at meters or in timed parking zones?
12. How do I sign up to receive notice of a parking ban?
13. How much are the parking fines?
14. What should I do if I think my car has been towed during a parking ban?
15. Can I pay for parking before 9 a.m.?
16. What should I do if I have problems with the PayByPhone app?
17. If I don’t have a ticket on my windshield, how will Parking Enforcement know I have paid with the PayByPhone app?
18. I forgot the zone number where I parked after walking away from my vehicle. Can I just use another one?
19. I paid for parking through the PayByPhone app but still got a ticket. What should I do?
20. Can I pay at a meter or kiosk then purchase additional time for the same parking spot with PayByPhone?