Are there time limits for parking in a space? Can I "feed the meter"?

You can park for as long as the posted time limits allow. For example, if you park in a two-hour zone, you may park in that space for up to two hours. This ensures on-street parking remains accessible at all times. Should you need more time than the posted time limit, you will have to move your vehicle to another parking space or be subject to a fine.

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1. Are there time limits for parking in a space? Can I "feed the meter"?
2. I am a resident of Durham. Do I need a permit to park my vehicle on-street?
3. Where can I pay my parking citation?
4. Where do I apply for a special use permit?
5. What is the difference between a holiday schedule and an event schedule?
6. Can I park in a space that is signed reserved?
7. How do I appeal a citation?
8. Can I pay my monthly bill online?
9. Is there a discount for multiple parkers on the same account?
10. How do I sign up for mobile payments on my cell phone?
11. What if someone is parked in my reserved space?
12. I have registered for CPRA. Will receive a hang tag in the mail?
13. Where can I find the full parking ordinance?
14. What reasons are not valid for appealing a parking citation?
15. What is fee for event parking?
16. Where is monthly parking available?
17. What is the citation rate for overtime parking?
18. Is my monthly permit able to be used during special events?
19. If I am a monthly parker and I see the full sign, does that mean I cannot park?
20. If I get a new vehicle, do I need to update my records?
21. When is my bill due?
22. When can I park my vehicle?