Parking Relief In Orange

Parking Relief In Orange

Shoppers and small business in Orange can now breathe a sigh of relief, with parking set to double under a new plan.

The old parallel parking zone along Peisley Street has been converted to 45 degree angle parking.

New signs were installed this week, freeing up an additional 20 spaces along Orange’s busiest thoroughfare.

No longer will locals in search of steak and onion pie from Roberts Bakery be forced to park miles away.

The free spaces will also be a boon for nearby businesses such as Ashcroft’s super IGA and the Orange Hotel.

In another victory for locals council spokesman ALAN REEDER says residents will be given time to adjust to the changes before parking inspectors start handing out fines.

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