Parking problems can be solved with high school bus system
Parking is always a premium at the Maple Leaf Festival.
To help alleviate some of the parking problems around the downtown area, parking will be provided, for a small fee, at the Baldwin High School, 415 Eisenhower.
Buses will shuttle people from the high school parking lot to the corner of Sixth and Chapel streets next to the Baldwin Elementary School at no cost.
Some private residences and Greek houses will also be offering parking for a small fee.
As usual, parking along the streets will be available at no cost. No parking will be allowed downtown, including on Eighth and High streets, after midnight Friday.
Trams will be making the routes both days of the festival. The trams, which are free, stop at Eighth and High streets, at the Old Castle Museum on Fifth Street and in front of the elementary school at Seventh and Chapel streets.
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