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Parking in the Downtown area is enforced by the city Monday thru Saturday, 8am to 7pm (harsh) and is mostly proof-of-payment, where you pay the box by credit card or cash and place the receipt on your dash. This is $0.50 per hour. There are also a number of parking garages around Downtown, but these all appeared to be much more expensive than the street parking.
HOWEVER, if you're cheap like me, and can't stand paying for parking, University of Georgia, just across Broad Street, does not enforce parking on Saturdays. There is a small lot on Thomas just south of Broad where you can park all day Saturday for free. It has a black University of Georgia parking sign at the entrance and has gates but, on the weekends, the gates are open. There are several other lots around the area.
As always, "enforcement hours" are 24 hours, 7 days per week for things like double parking, disabled parking spaces and no stopping zones.
Written Dec 20, 2010
Favorite thing: Football is religion here, and one of the most important spaces on the University of Georgia campus is the hallowed ground where the Bulldogs first played in the late 19th century. There's no field here any longer, but it's been well preserved and memorialized, and serves as a dignified quiet space in the middle of an otherwise bustling campus.
Updated May 24, 2003