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City raising parking meter rates starting in September

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Start collecting that loose change in your cup holders. In September, it'll cost you more to park on the street downtown.

City Manager Harry Black said downtown and Over-the-Rhine will be getting a 25 cent increase for each hour of parking.

The rates already vary street by street so with the increase, you may have to pay anywhere from 50 cents per hour, to $2.50, depending on where you are.

Thirteen Cincinnati neighborhoods are also getting the 25 cent increase. They include Hyde Park, Oakley, Clifton, Northside and Walnut Hills. Rates there will increase to 75 cents per hour.

Twelve neighborhoods won't see any increase at all. They include Avondale, Evanston, East and West Price Hill and Westwood. Those rates will stay at 50 cents per hour.

To see a full list of price changes, click here.

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