By: Olivia Armstrong, Writer / Follow South Jersey News Reporting Intern
GALLOWAY, N.J. — On May 19, Stockton University announced that its on-campus parking locations will be open to the public through Labor Day, which falls on September 6.
For the parking lot on Hartford Avenue and the Boardwalk, pricing from Monday to Friday is $5 per day and $10 per day on weekends. The lot is located on Hartford Avenue and the Boardwalk across from the residence halls on S. Albany Ave.
Additionally, the Atlantic City Parking Garage, which is located on 101 S. Lincoln Place, will be available at the standard parking garage rate. Here’s the pricing for this particular garage:
-0-2 Hours: $5, plus $1 per hour for each additional hour
-24-Hour Maximum Daily: $15
-Evening Parking: $8
For the evening parking option, all cars must be placed in the garage by 7 p.m. and removed from the facility by 7 a.m. the next day.
In addition to the daily parking prices, Stockton University is making summer monthly parking passes available for the Atlantic City Parking Garage. These passes will cost $50 a month. For more details about the monthly parking passes, call (609) 761-1289.
Both parking facilities are managed and run by B&B parking. Payments for daily parking can be made either at kiosks in the parking garage itself or through the ParkMobile app, which provides a “contactless” payment option for community members.
Both parking places provide easy access to the Albany Avenue Beach, which is located across from Stockton’s Atlantic City campus. You can find additional information about Stockton’s parking plans for the summer here.
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