For all parking information please visit the Park Plymouth website (this includes handicapped and EV parking/charging areas). Please be sure to check where you are parked for time limits and don't forget to pay the parking meters between the hours of 9:00 am and 7:00 pm to avoid being ticketed.
See below for information from the Plymouth Police Department on parking restrictions:
There will be NO OVERNIGHT PARKING throughout the downtown area beginning at 12AM on July 4th. This includes Court Street from Cordage Park to North Street, Main Street, Main Street Extension, and Water Street. Any vehicle found in violation will be ticketed and towed beginning at 6AM.
There will be NO PARKING on Water Street between Union and Brewster Streets, the west side of Water Street between Brewster Street and Park Avenue, Carver Street, Market Street, and Summer Street from Market Street to Westerly Road all day beginning at 5AM.
Water Street will close between Union and Brewster Streets beginning at 6:00 AM and will remain closed until the conclusion of the Fireworks. Fireworks will begin at approximately 9:30 PM.
There will be NO PARKING on the east side of Sandwich Street from Water Street to Stephen’s Field beginning at 5AM. This will remain in effect until after the Fireworks.
There will be NO PARKING all day on Morton Park Road and Thoreau Road.
The annual July 4th 5K Road Race will precede the Parade starting and finishing at Stephen’s Field beginning at 7:30 AM. Runners leave Stephen’s Field and turn right on 3A, right on Nelson, right on Water, and left on Union to the finish.
The parade will step off from Cordage Park beginning at 9 AM. It will proceed south on Court Street to the Downtown area along Main Street and Main Street Ext. turning left onto Water Street ending at Plymouth Rock.
There will be NO OVERNIGHT PARKING along the parade route. Vehicles found in violation will be ticketed and towed beginning at 6AM. Court Street will be closed at Forest Avenue at 8AM. There will be further parking restrictions on all side streets from North Plymouth along Court Street through the Downtown area for the duration of the parade.
ALL PARKING RESTRICTIONS WILL BE CLEARLY MARKED WITH SIGNAGE AND BARRELS
Fireworks traffic through the downtown and waterfront area will have the following restrictions:
Following the Fireworks:
Per Town Bylaw: Skateboarding, rollerblading, and bicycling are prohibited in the downtown area for pedestrian safety reasons.