Like most of us, the City of Mill Valley’s Resident Shopper Vehicle Permit (RSVP) program, which allows residents of Mill Valley and nearby towns to park for free at a metered space as a way to promote downtown businesses, has been mostly hibernating since March.

The program has remained active, but with just about every business in town partially or entirely closed since the shelter in place order in response to the COVID-19 crisis, not many people have had a chance to make the most of their RSVP sticker. In a gesture of goodwill and in anticipation that the pace of economic activity will pick up in the coming months, the Mill Valley Police Department is extending current RSVP parking permits to remain valid through the end of 2020, allowing permit holders an extra six months, free of charge. 

“We hope that current permit holders will continue to utilize their permits to show support to our local businesses,” MVPD officials said in announcing the move. If you don’t have an RSVP sticker, you can buy one hereMORE INFO.


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