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Downtown Roseburg parking enforcement delayed until April 1

Written by on March 3, 2022

Drivers who visit downtown Roseburg and the Laurelwood area are getting a reprieve as parking tickets won’t start to be given out until Friday, April 1.

Drivers have 1 more month to adjust to a return to parking enforcement due to supply-chain issues affecting paper parking tickets.

Work also continues by ACE Parking, the new parking services contractor, on their webpage at, where drivers will be able to pay fines and start the process to contest a ticket online.

The delay gives drivers more time to adjust to changes including free but time-limited parking on streets in the downtown core. While the same number of free, on-street customer parking spots remain, most spaces in the downtown core are now limited to two or three hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Metered parking will remain on outlying downtown streets. Free parking also is available at a parking lot at S.E. Cass Avenue and S.E. Rose Street, and on the first floor of the recently cleaned Downtown Parking Garage at S.E. Washington Avenue and S.E. Rose Street.

The changes were called for in the Downtown Parking Assessment and Plan developed by the City, a consultant and the Roseburg Parking Stakeholder Advisory Committee in 2020 and 2021.

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