Filed under: Music | Tags: Amplified Sound Rule, mayor mike mcginn, Nightlife Initiative's Code Compliance Team, Seattle Nightlife Initiative
Seattle Nightlife Initiative
Mayor Mike McGinn has announced a pre-payment option for those who park their cars before going out and updated the public on the Nightlife Initiative’s Code Compliance Team, taxi zones and a new Amplified Sound Rule for the city. Starting April 21, people will see new blue and yellow informational stickers on the pay stations in the Pike-Pine and Capitol Hill neighborhoods. The stickers explain that after 10 p.m. two hours of parking for the following morning from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. can be purchased to give drivers more time to get home safely and retrieve their vehicles the next day. The stickers will eventually be applied to all pay stations. These new initiatives will create a more comprehensive city stance on nightlife and increase citizen safety while bolstering Seattle businesses. The Amplified Sound Rule will benefit music venues and nightclubs, as well as local residents, clearly defining the previously ambiguous policies and regulations on noise. For more information on the new initiatives, check out the links above.
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