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Posted on: December 22, 2020

Temporary Parklet Program

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The City of Garland has enacted the Temporary Parklet Program to provide businesses the option to employ the parklet concept in the right-of-way as a means to expand their service area and mitigate the COVID-19 seating capacity limits. 

The Temporary Parklet Program ends 30 days after the Governor’s COVID-19 disaster orders have ended. For information regarding the permitting process, standards and requirements, visit GarlandTX.gov.

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