FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Rachel Waller email@example.com (816) 877.8319 KANSAS CITY POWER & LIGHT DISTRICT ANNOUNCES FREE CURBSIDE PARKING ON MAIN STREET FOR HOLIDAY SEASON District to offer complimentary parking beginning Nov. 12 KANSAS CITY, MO (November 10, 2010) – Just in time for the holidays, the Kansas City Power & Light District proudly announces complimentary curbside parking on Main Street, in addition to the thousands of free and low-cost parking spots located in the District’s three parking garages and four surface lots. In collaboration with the City, the Power & Light District has begun the process of installing 50 th metered parking spots on the east side of the northbound lane of Main Street, between 12 and th th st 14 Streets. From November 12 to December 31 , Power & Light District customers may park free for up to two hours, anytime day or night, with the exception of rush hour Monday – Friday, from 7a.m. to 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. In January, the curbside parking will be metered and available for only $.75 cents per hour. Same regulations will apply: Guests will be able to park for up to two hours, anytime day or night, with the exception of rush hour Monday – Friday (7 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.). Currently, patrons may park up to three hours for free from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday – Friday at th the KC Live Garage, located at 13 Street and Grand Blvd, and the Main Street Garage, adjacent th th to Cosentino’s on Main Street, between 12 and 13 Streets. Patrons may also park in one of four surface lots throughout the Power & Light District, with rates that vary based on time of day and length of stay. Please contact Rachel Waller at firstname.lastname@example.org or (816) 309-7269, to schedule media interviews with Kansas City Power & Light District representatives. ### About the Kansas City Power & Light District The Kansas City Power & Light District is a vibrant, new eight-block neighborhood in the heart of downtown Kansas City that is redefining the City from its skyline to its sidewalks. The District links together the renovated Bartle Hall Convention Center, the new Sprint Center, offices, hotels, entertainment, cultural destinations and residential developments. The $850 million mixed-use District anchors $5 billion of complimentary development efforts in downtown Kansas City. The combination of entertainment, shopping, nightlife and residential with the District’s imaginative and innovative design, has created an intriguing 24/7 neighborhood.
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