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Parking in Historic Ellicott City
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Latest News April 2, 2015 - Parking Meters On Main Street are Going Gone, Gone!
Parking Meters on Historic Ellicott Main Street have been discontinued immediately, thanks to Allan Kittleman!
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However the 2 hour limit remains in effect

Handicapped Parking
An individual with a disability to whom a special plate or parking permit for individuals with disabilities has been issued under the Maryland Vehicle Law:
1. May park in the areas designated with the wheelchair emblem or established for individuals with disabilities;
2. May park for unlimited periods in parking zones restricted as to the length of parking time permitted; and
3. Is not required to pay parking meter fees established by the county. (b) Exceptions. The provisions of this section do not apply to zones where stopping, standing, or parking is prohibited to all vehicles or which are reserved for special types of vehicles, nor does this privilege apply where there is an ordinance prohibiting parking during heavy traffic periods during morning, afternoon or evening rush hours, or where parking would clearly present a traffic hazard.


LOT A
(The Trolley Stop Restaurant)
Lot B (Near the railway bridge & The Patapsco River)
LOT C (B&O Railway)
Lot E (Behind the ELLICOTT MILLS BREWERY)
LOT D
LOT F (Mt. Ida)
LOT G (Behind the THOMAS ISAAC LOG CABIN)


By the B & O Railway BridgeBehind the Post OfficeCourt House Lot, by Mt Ida, visitor center for the PFI and the Court HouseBottom of Main Street by the B & O Railway & The Phoenix PubB & O Railway, down the bottom of Main StreetTop of Main Street, behind the Thomas Isaac Log CabinThe Trolley Stop Restaurant

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Driving Directions to Historic Ellicott City, MD

Towson
Take 695 west to Frederick road, take Frederick west for approx. 5 miles, you enter Ellicott City going over the Patapsco River and under the railroad bridge. (look for the B & O Railway on your left)

Washington
Take 95 north to 100 west to 29 north, stay in right lane and take route 40 east, at first light make a right onto Rogers avenue, after the court house take a right onto Ellicott Mills Drive, continue until you
come to Main Street Historic Ellicott City, turn left at the lights for down town.
(if you take the left turn before you get to Main Street, there is parking there.)

Glen Burnie
Take 100 west to 29 north, stay in right lane and take route 40 east, at first light make a right onto Rogers avenue, after the court house take a right onto Ellicott Mills Drive, continue until you come to Main Street Historic Ellicott City, turn left at the lights for down town.
(if you take the left turn before you get to Main Street, there is parking there.)

Frederick
Take 70 east to 29 south, take second exit for route 40 east, at second light make a right onto Rogers Avenue, after the court house take a right onto Ellicott Mills Drive, continue until you come to Main Street Historic Ellicott City, turn left at the lights for down town.
(if you take the left turn before you get to Main Street, there is parking there.) Post Office Thomas Isaac Log Cabin, Named after one of its 19th century owners, this rustic structure was built circa 1780 by an early settler of Ellicott's Mills. The cabin was reconstructed on the present site in the late 20th Century Ellicott City Colored School. This one-room schoolhouse building was constructed in 1880 as the first public school for black children in Howard County. In use as a school until the early 1950's Patapsco Female Institute, Walk through the stabilized ruins of the Patapsco Female Institute and learn about one of the most famous schools for young women in 19th century America Historic Mt. Ida is the visitor center and office for the Patapsco Female Institute Historic Park Ellicott City Fire Station Historical Society Library Museum Ellicott City B&O Railroad Station Museum, A National Historic Landmark, the Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) Railroad Station in Ellicott City is the oldest railroad station in the United States. Erected in 1830-31, the station served as the terminus of the rail- road's original 13-mile section of track Howard County Tourism top of main street EllicottCity.net, find out a wee bit more about who is behind the scenes St Luke AME Church Emory United Methodist Church St Paul Roman Catholic Church Ellicott City Graphic Arts Trolleystop B & O Railway Post Office railway track Howard County Tourism


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