Glendale approves more digital parking meters for downtown

More digital parking meters are coming to downtown Glendale.

The City Council on Tuesday approved a roughly $1.3-million contact to not only maintain the city’s current batch of 67 digital parking meters, but add 25 more along Brand Boulevard in downtown and in city-owned parking lots, bringing the total number to 92.

The new meters, which are expected to cost $250,000, are to replace coin-operated machines. Under the five-year contract with Digital Payment Technologies, the rest of the money will cover maintenance and operation costs.

With the planned expansion, all city-owned parking lots in downtown and near Glendale Community College will have digital meters.

-- Brittany Levine, brittany.levine@latimes.com

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