DEM Now Accepts Credit Card Payments For State Lot G Signs For Long-Term Parking In Galilee

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announces that it has partnered with to bring point-of-sale payments to 2022 signs for State G parking lot, parking lot long-term port of Galilee. .

Signs for residents of Rhode Island are $ 150, signs for non-residents are $ 250, and signs for those over 65 are $ 75. Signs are available for purchase by mail or in person at the Division of Coastal Resources, 301 Great Island Road, Narragansett, RI 02882. Download the app here. DEM accepts cash, money orders, checks (payable to the State of Rhode Island) and, for the first time, a credit card for purchases. Credit card purchases include a transaction fee of $ 1 plus 2% ($ 154 inside state, $ 256 outside state, $ 77.50 for residents under 65 and more). Transaction fees are paid to Rhode Island Interactive, a third party IT vendor, to provide this and other service, and do not constitute income for the State of Rhode Island.

All vehicles parked in State Lot G must always have a valid seasonal parking plate or current daily parking ticket clearly visible.

“DEM’s Coastal Resources Division is pleased to provide our customers with credit card payment options to enhance convenience and security,” said Dan Costa, Director of State Ports. “” Do you accept card payments? Was the most frequently asked question at Coastal, but now we can provide a service that most customers expect. “

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