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Lismore Base Hospital. Photo supplied.

Lismore City Council say that the Lismore Base Hospital precinct will return to the parking controls that were in place pre-COVID from Monday, 18 January 2021.

All-day paid parking along Hunter and Dalziel streets and time-limited parking along Weaver and McKenzie streets and Laurel Avenue will be reintroduced from this date.

Parking restrictions were eased for six months in April 2020 in the Lismore Base Hospital precinct in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This was further extended in October for another three months.

Changes will be made in the coming weeks to parking signage and meter displays to return parking controls to pre-COVID operations.


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