According to News Center Maine, Pay/Display Parking will go into effect at Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth starting in July.

Visitors who are not from Cape Elizabeth will pay to park from May 1 through November 1. The 10 meters will raise about $317,000 in revenue for the town every year, the news station reported.

Here's a few other things News Center Maine highlighted:

  • There is a section of free parking at the rear of the park by the Children's Garden and the play ground.
  • Non-residents of Cape Elizabeth will pay a $4 minimum to park at $2 an hour.
  • You also have the option of paying $10 for a full day or buying a $15 season pass.
  • Residents of Cape Elizabeth get in for free with their Recycling Center sticker, which they can get at the Recycling Center or at the Cape Elizabeth Police Department.

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