What you need to know about Free parking Monday’s that begins in Rehoboth next week

An estimated 100 people or slightly more assembled at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand on Saturday afternoon to demand Governor Carney to reopen Delaware without restrictions. Photo: Timothy Kelley | For Delaware Newsline

REHOBOTH BEACH (DE): At their meeting on July 21, the Rehoboth Beach commissioners approved offering free parking on Monday evenings to draw local visitors into town.

They agreed parking will be free from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. starting July 27 through at least August 31.

The goal for Meterless Mondays is to help local businesses struggling with lost revenues due to the coronavirus pandemic.

 “It’s critical that we continue to do everything we can to support our small and locally-owned businesses as they work to reopen safely. These free parking initiatives are a small but important part of our larger effort to keep Rehoboth Beach healthy and strong throughout this unprecedented time,” said Mayor Paul Kuhns.

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