Denbighshire County Council has put free parking places throughout the county to encourage people to use their town centres for shopping and for doing business.
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 July
The Council can also confirm that it will be re-opening a number of car parks from Monday, July 6th
- Beach Road East, Prestatyn
- Nova West, Prestatyn
- Nova rear car park, Prestatyn
- Barkby Beach, Prestatyn
- Rhyl Pavilion
- East Parade car park, Rhyl
- Rhyl Promenade on-street parking
Charges will apply at these above car parks and additional signs will be put in place, notifying visitors of the parking charges.
Rhyl’s Central Car Park and Quay Street car park will remain closed until further notice.
Councillor Brian Jones, Cabinet Lead Member for Waste, Transport and the Environment, said: “As national restrictions on travel are due to be lifted across Wales, we need to be in a position to respond to an increase in demand for car parks. We are therefore pleased to announce that more car parks will be re-opening as part of our on-going efforts to reinstate services and facilities across the county.
“We are also pleased to be able to continue offering free car parking in our main town car parks during July, as we recognise that we need to support town centres through encouraging people to come and shop and spend their money locally. We made an early decision to drop the charges during the lockdown and that position is under regular review”.
Details on car parks will be updated on the Council’s website: www.denbighshire.gov.uk when the changes are implemented.