Bull’s Head Car Park Information Campaign

May 24, 2022 | 2 Comments

The City of Hamilton will be launching an “awareness campaign in the coming weeks to inform the public about the benefits of acquiring monthly or annual parking passes for the Bull’s Head Car Park,” saying that “parking at Bull’s Head is the most economical way to park all day in the City.”

City CEO Dwayne Caines said, “We had been hearing a lot of feedback from members of the public regarding parking options in Hamilton. Many individuals who pay for parking daily at the Bull’s Head Car Park don’t realize that they can purchase monthly or annual passes which end up saving them money and reducing the time spent paying for parking each year.”

“Parking at Bull’s Head costs $1 per hour or a daily rate of $5. The monthly parking pass costs $100 per month or you can purchase an annual pass for $1,100 per year for an annual savings of eight per cent.”

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Mr. Caines added, “Timewise, let’s say you work in town and spend five minutes every day paying for parking – finding your ticket, standing in line to pay, and scanning your ticket at the gate – that adds up to 1,300 minutes paying for parking or 21 and a half hours every year. Imagine, no more worrying about lost tickets, just swipe your City-issued card and go!”

“Access per card is for one vehicle only,” a spokesperson said. “ Monthly Parking Permits are also available for other long-term City Car Parks such as Cavendish, Elliott, Par-la-Ville and King Street car parks. Rates vary per car park. It should be noted that there are no public access cards for Number 1, Number 5 and City Hall car parks as these are 3-hour car parks only.

“For more information or to apply for a parking permit visit the City of Hamilton www.cityofhamilton.bm or call 292-1234.”

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  1. Patricia says:

    All good until the gate is not working and that seems to be often.

  2. Dirk Gentley says:

    Perhaps the Awareness Campaign should highlight the fact that the carpark was a Covid test site for the past two years, the ground floor is a construction zone at present, Canal Road leading into the carpark has been closed for a year, and the exit gates work about one time in three.

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