Denbighshire County Council is continuing to offer free parking at its town centre car parks throughout July.
The majority of the Council’s public car parks in the main town centres have remained open during the lockdown period and continue to be free of charge for the remainder of the month.
The free parking is to encourage residents and visitors to use the county’s town centres for shopping and for doing business.
Councillor Brian Jones, Cabinet Lead Member for Waste, Transport and the Environment, said: “We wish to remind residents that free car parking in our main town car parks will continue in July, as we recognise that we need to support town centres through encouraging people to come and shop and spend their money locally.
“Many of our town centre businesses are now open and have done so safely, offering locals and visitors a wide range of services and shoppers can take advantage of free parking to support local businesses.
“We made an early decision to drop the charges during the lockdown, however that position is under regular review.”
Signs have been placed at all car parks that are free and residents are reminded that charges do apply to car parks not located in town centres. You can find more information on the Council’s website: www.denbighshire.gov.uk/car-parks
Council car parks which currently have charges are:
Beach Road East, Prestatyn
Nova West, Prestatyn
Nova rear car park, Prestatyn
Barkby Beach, Prestatyn
East Parade car park, Rhyl
Rhyl Promenade on-street parking
This doesn’t include private car parks such as Morfa Hall, Rhyl or St Asaph Cathedral.