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Central Methodist University .................... 3

Welcome to Columbia ................................. 4

St. Thomas Newman Center ..................... 5

Medical Info ....................................................... 6

New Beginning ................................................ 6

Medical/Legal Help ....................................... 7

City of Columbia Water & Light .............. 9

Columbia’s Parks & Trails ....................8 & 9

Columbia Honda ........................................... 10

Fun on a Budget .............................11, 12 & 13

Cell Phone Repair ...........................................11

Get Outside ......................................................14

Midway Golf .....................................................12

Feed Your Face ..............................................16

Providence Bank ............................................14

Farmers Market ..............................................17

Lazer Lanes ......................................................15

Mizzou Quiz .....................................................18

Value Giant .......................................................15

Fall Events ............................................ 19 & 20

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Neighborhood Services .............................17 School of Missouri Contemporary Ballet ...................................................................19 Columbia Daily Tribune ............................ 20 Dancearts of Columbia...............................21

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Bicyclists enjoying the Missouri Katy Trail near Columbia.

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Don’t be a part of the crowd... stand out at Central Methodist University!

Central Methodist University in Columbia now has TWO locations! Stop by CMU at the Forum Shopping Center or our new location in the Parkade Center. Get a great education through day, evening, or online classes. CMU-Columbia features small class sizes, and our general education courses are widely transferable! Want more information? Contact: Sandra Wald 660-248-6378 or 573-447-3311

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WELCOME TO COLUMBIA! So what’s not to like about this wonderful town? +

The greatness that is Columbia is no secret — the community is consistently included on regional and national “best of” lists, most recently ranking No. 3 on’s Top 10 College Towns ahead of destinations such as Berkley, Calif., Cambridge, Mass. (home of Harvard University and MIT) and Gainesville, Fla. (home of the University of Florida).


Columbia is home to three respected institutions of higher learning: MU, Columbia College and Stephens College.


Downtown is home to at least 64 places to eat and drink during a night out on the town.


The Mizzou Tigers, reigning SEC East football champions.


Events like the True/False Film Festival in late winter, Roots N Blues N Barbecue in September and the Citizen Jane Film Festival in October draw thousands of visitors every year.


A thriving live-theater scene, with venues including the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts on Ninth Street, Jesse Auditorium and Rhynsburger Theatre on the MU campus, Macklanburg Playhouse and Warehouse Theatre on the Stephens College campus, Columbia Entertainment Company Theatre at 1800 Nelwood and the Maplewood Theater in Nifong Park.


More than 50 miles of walking, jogging and bicycling trails.


A busy art scene including the North Village Arts District, which hosts regular “art crawls,” and the Art in the Park festival every spring.

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WHERE TO GET MEDICAL HELP Emergency Rooms University Hospital Where: One Hospital Dr. Call: 882-8091

Urgent Care Mizzou Urgent Care Where: 551 E. Southampton Dr. Call: 882-1662

Boone Hospital Center Where: 1600 E. Broadway Call: 815-3501

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Urgent Care cont’d Boone Convenient Care Where: 601 Business Loop 70 Call: 874-0008 Providence Urgent Care Where: 202 E. Nifong Blvd. Call: 874-6824 Or Where: 403 N. Ste. 104 Stadium Blvd. Call: 818-6500 Broadway Urgent Care Where: 2003 W. Broadway # 100 Call: 777-5880

West Broadway Hy-Vee Where: 3100 W. Broadway Call: 884-0036 Nurses are available for after-hours health questions by calling Health Connect at 884-2401. 24-hour Crisis Hotline Call: (800) 395-2132 UnitedWay Helpline Call: 211

Mizzou Quick Care Clinics Conley Hy-Vee Where: 25 Conley Road Call: 884-0169

Vaccinations and reproductive services Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services Where: 1005 W. Worley St. Call: 874-7355

Rock Bridge Hy-Vee Where: 405 E. Nifong Blvd. Call: 884-0146

Planned Parenthood of Mid-Missouri Where: 711 N. Providence Rd. Call: 443-0427

WHERE CAN I GET LEGAL HELP? Whether the legal matter is criminal or civil, here are some places to which students can turn for legal services. MU Student Legal Services Where: 2500 MU Student Center Call: 882-9700 Student Legal Services provides preventive legal education and legal consultation to MU students on the Columbia campus. Its mission is to help students learn to resolve any legal conflicts and disputes. There is a small fee for this service. Mid-Missouri Legal Services Where: 1201 W. Broadway Call: 442-0116 Mid-Missouri Legal Services provides free help in civil matters such as orders

of protection, healthcare access, consumer problems, bankruptcies and landlord/tenant issues. Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays; new applicants can apply from 9-11 a.m. Boone County Public Defender’s Office Where: 601 E. Walnut St. Call: 447-8087 The Public Defender’s Office represents low-income people charged with crimes. Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays.

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ENJOY COLUMBIA’S MANY PARKS Whether you are a fitness buff looking for a new place to bike, walk or run or someone who simply enjoys being active outdoors, Columbia has plenty of trail options in a range of distances: Again Street Park Trail 1200 Again St. 0.44 mile Albert-Oakland Park Trail 1900 Blue Ridge Rd., 1 mile Auburn Hills Park Trail 5101 Derby Ridge Dr., 0.28 mile Bear Creek Trail Access points at Cosmo Park, 1615 Business Loop 70 W.; 3201 Creasy Springs Rd.; 2799 N. Garth Ave.; 2304 Northland Dr. and Albert-Oakland Park, 1900 Blue Ridge Rd., 4.8 miles

Grindstone Nature Area and Capen Park Trail 2011 Old 63 S., 5.2 miles (Grindstone) 1600 Capen Park Dr., 2 miles (Capen) Highpointe Trail 801 Huntridge Dr., 0.4 mile Hinkson Creek Trail 2011 Old 63 S. and 1600 Capen Park Dr., 2 miles Indian Hills Park Trail 5009 Aztec Blvd., 1 mile

Cascades Park Trail 6900 Bethel St., 0.25 mile

Kiwanis Park Trail 926 College Park Dr. and 1001 Maplewood Dr., 0.86 mile

Clyde Wilson Memorial Park Trail 601 Rockhill Dr., 0.66 mile

Longview Park Trail 4980 Gillespie Bridge Rd., 0.5 mile

Cosmo Park 1615 Business Loop 70 W. Includes Cosmo Nature Trail, 1.3 miles; Cosmo Fitness Trail, 1.25 miles and Rhett’s Run Mountain Bike Trail, 4.1 miles

Louisville Park Trail 806 Louisville Dr., 0.38 mile

County House Trail Twin Lakes Recreation Area, Stadium Blvd. at College Park Dr., 2 miles Dublin Trail 4101 Dublin Ave., 0.2 mile

MKT Nature/Fitness Trail Fourth and Cherry streets; 501 S. Providence Rd.; 800 S. Stadium Blvd.; 2701 Forum Blvd. and 3662 Scott Blvd.; 4.7 miles of city trail, plus another 4.2 miles of county-owned trail

Fairview Nature Trail 1001 Fairview Rd., 0.5 mile

Nifong Park Trail 3700 Ponderosa St., 1.3 miles

Garth Nature Area Trail 2799 N. Garth Ave., 1.6 miles

Oakwood Hills Trail 2421 Lynnwood Dr., 0.33 mile

Lions-Stephens Park Trail 104 N. William St., 0.25 mile

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Philips Lake Trail A. Perry Philips Park, 5050 Bristol Lake Pkwy., 1.44 miles Proctor Park Trail 411 Proctor Dr., 0.2 mile Rock Quarry Park Trail 2002 Grindstone Ave., 0.6 mile Rothwell Park Trail 309 Rothwell Dr., 0.4 mile Shepard Park Trail 2717 Shepard Blvd., 0.2 mile Smithton Park Trail 3501 W. Worley St., 0.3 mile South Providence Trail Runs alongside Providence Road between Old Plank and Green Meadows roads, 1.7 miles Stephens Lake Park Trail Old 63 South and Broadway, 0.6 mile lake trail and 1.7 mile park perimeter trail

Twin Lakes Recreation Area Trail 2500 Chapel Hill Rd., 0.4 mile Valleyview Park Trail 2201 Garden Dr., 0.43 mile Westwinds Park Trail 1132 Westwinds Dr., 0.25 mile The Katy Trail does not run directly through Columbia, but there are a couple of ways to connect with the statewide walking and biking route: + +

The MKT Nature and Fitness Trail links to the Katy Trail just west of McBaine, at mile 169.9. A number of area towns have direct access points to the Katy Trail, the closest being Rocheport, about 10 miles west of Columbia on Interstate 70.

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FUN ON A BUDGET Want to get out of the dorm for a study break, but don’t have much money? Here are some fun activities in and around Columbia that won’t break your piggy bank: Downtown stroll Even if a spending spree isn’t in your budget, with all the locally-owned boutiques in The District, there are plenty of opportunities for fun window shopping. Make sure you include the North Village Arts District over off of Walnut Street for a little bit of culture, and a stop at Sparky’s for a sweet treat while you take in what downtown has to offer.


The Mud Room Location: 1103 E. Walnut St. Call: 441-1683 Hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. TuesdayThursday; 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. on Sundays. Info: At The Mud Room, you can paint pottery to make a custom piece to decorate your dorm (or a great gift for Mom) There is a $5 painting fee, with pieces ranging from $5 to over $40.

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Learn how to paint Have you always wanted to paint but aren’t necessarily artistically gifted? Columbia is home to two locations where you can tap into your inner Picasso with guided classes. The Canvas on Broadway Location: 706 E. Broadway, Ste. 100 Call: 443-2222 Sign up: Check their website, www. for a schedule of classes with specific paintings and to reserve a spot. They also have open painting during class times. Cost: Depends on the size of the painting; ranges from $15 for an 11”x14” canvas to $35 for a 16”x20” canvas

paintings and to make a reservation. They also have open painting during class times. Cost: Depends on the size of the painting and class time; ranges from $15 for an 11”x14” canvas to $40 for an 18”x24” canvas for 5 p.m. classes and from $30 for an 11”x14” or 12”x16” canvas to $45 for an 18”x24” canvas for 6:30 p.m.

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Empire Roller Rink Location: 1305 Business Loop 70 E. Call: 443-7375 Info: Flash back to your childhood as you roll around the hardwood. Skate rental is $1.50 for quad skates or $3 for inlines/speed skates, or you can bring your own, as long as they are clean. Empire has public sessions throughout the week: Wednesdays from noon-2 p.m. and 6:30-8:30 p.m. for $5.50 (per session) Family Fun Fridays from 7-10 p.m. for $8.50 Saturdays 2-4 p.m. or 7-9 p.m. for $7.50 (per session) Sundays from 1:30-3:30 p.m. for $7.50 AMF Town and Country Lanes Location: 1508 N. Providence Rd. Call: 442-4729 Hours: Noon to midnight Monday; 4 p.m. to midnight Tuesday-Thursday; 3 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday; noon to 1 a.m. Saturday and noon to midnight Sunday. Cost (per game): $3.09 all day Monday-Thursday; $3.09 open to 4 p.m. and $4.59 4 p.m. to close Friday; $4.59 all day Saturday; $4.59 open to 6 p.m. and $3.09 6 p.m. to close Sunday.

dinner and enjoy the scenery. Disc golf Columbia is home to three 18-hole disc golf courses. Two are located at AlbertOakland Park, 1900 Blue Ridge Rd. in northeast Columbia. The third is located at Indian Hills Park, 5009 Aztec Blvd. Cooper’s Landing Location: 11505 Smith Hatchery Road Call: 657-2544 Info: Located alongside the Katy Trail and the Missouri River, Cooper’s Landing is a great spot to enjoy a good view and free live music. Visit for a music schedule. There is also food available, including barbecue from the Cooper’s Landing Kitchen and Chim’s Thai Kitchen. Directions: To get there from downtown, take Providence Road south to Route K. Take Route K south to Old Plank Road. Take a left and watch for Cooper’s Landing.

Lazer Lanes Family Fun Center Location: 3412 Grindstone Pkwy. Call: 447-6021 Hours: 4-10 p.m. Monday-Wednesday; 4-11 p.m. Thursday; 4 p.m. to midnight Friday; 10 a.m. to midnight Saturday and noon to 10 p.m. Sunday. Info: Lazer Lanes is a three-for-one center of fun, with bowling, laser tag and an arcade. Cost: Bowling is $4.25 per person per game, plus $1.99 shoe rental. Laser tag is $6.50 per person per 12-minute “mission.” The arcade charges 25 cents per token, with games ranging from one to four tokens. Shelter Gardens Location: 1817 W. Broadway St. Hours: 8 a.m. until dusk daily Info: The Shelter Insurance Co. home office is home to a public garden that features a gazebo, walking trails and an arboretum. Pack a picnic lunch or A disc golfer enjoys the Albert-Oakland course.

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GET OUTSIDE If you like nothing better than an outdoor adventure — taking a hike and communing with nature — there are plenty of opportunities in Mid-Missouri for you to scratch that itch, especially in the two Missouri state parks that lie within a few minutes’ drive of Columbia. Finger Lakes State Park The Missouri Department of Natural Resources calls Finger Lakes State Park, located just north of Columbia on Highway 63, “the perfect destination for individuals … with a taste for adventure.” The park’s 1,200-plus acres feature a 4.5 mile kayaking/canoeing trail, a swimming beach, a 2.25 mile mountain bike trail, more than 70 miles of offroad motorcycle and ATV trails and a shooting range. You can camp, scuba dive, fish, swim and much more at Finger Lakes. Visit for more information.

Rock Bridge Memorial State Park Located a few miles south of downtown Columbia off Providence Road, Rock Bridge Memorial State Park provides lots of chances for an outdoor getaway. Hundreds of acres of hilly, forested terrain include a multitude of hiking trails. Devil’s Icebox, with its rock bridge, sinkholes, spring, cave and underground stream is a popular destination. Visit for more information.

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FEED YOUR FACE Columbia has a plethora of dining options; no matter your hunger craving you can find a restaurant to satisfy your appetite. Here are just a few recommendations: Breakfast Café Berlin: Specializes in simple food made from organic, locally sourced ingredients. The menu includes breakfast staples like omelets and biscuits and gravy as well as specialties like the pancake burrito. Located at 220 N. Tenth St. Breakfast served 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily. Also try: Broadway Diner, B&B Bagel Burgers Booches: A Columbia staple, Booches Billiard Hall is famous in the area for its no-nonsense service and its sliders served up on wax paper. Just be sure to bring cash because they don’t accept credit cards. Located at 110 S. Ninth St. Food served 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Also try: Shiloh’s Bar and Grill, The Heidelburg Satisfy your sweet tooth UKneadSweets: Seasonal treats created from scratch daily with a European/Asian inspiration. Offerings include breakfast pastries, cinnamon rolls, macaroons, scones, individual desserts, cupcakes and cheesecakes. Located at 808 Cherry St. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Also try: Sparky’s, Chocolate Factory

Saturday and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sundays. Also try: India’s House, Formosa Pizza Shakespeare’s: Named the Best College Hangout by ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Shakespeare’s is as famous for its atmosphere as it is for its pizza. The menu features all the staples and a few local specialties such as the vegetable-laden Darwin and the Masterpiece, which has a pound of meat. Downtown location temporarily at 220 S. Eighth St. Open 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. By-theslice lunch served 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Also try: Pizza Tree, Gumby’s Classic diner Ernie’s Café and Steakhouse: With a 75-year history, Ernie’s is one of Columbia’s oldest dining traditions. They serve up all the diner staples, with specialties that include homemade French toast, hashbrowns and French fries and the famous Chopped Cow burger. Located at 1005 E. Walnut. Open 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily. Also try: Broadway Diner, Glenn’s Cafe

International flavor Casablanca Mediterranean Grill: Family owned and operated, Casablanca serves up dishes from Greece, Morocco and Libya. Specialties include their original hummus recipe and the shawarma. Located at Fifth and Elm streets. Open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. MondayThursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Burgers aren’t the only thing you can rack up at Booches.

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FARMERS MARKETS Columbia Farmers Market Produce, eggs, meat, cheese, baked goods, plants, artisan items and more. Saturday Market Location: 1701 W. Ash St., next to the ARC Hours: 8 a.m. to noon through October; Wednesday Market Location: 1701 W. Ash St. Hours: 4-6 p.m. Wednesdays through October Thursday Market Location: Outside Forum Christian Church, 3900 Forum Blvd. Hours: 3-6 p.m. Thursdays through October Winter Indoor Market Location: Parkade Center, 601 Business Loop 70 W. Hours: 9 a.m. to noon Saturdays Nov. - Oct. Boone County Farmers Market Produce, eggs, meat, baked goods, plants.

Saturday Market Location: Columbia Mall parking lot, northeast of Sears and south of Wendy’s Hours: 8 a.m. to noon through October Wednesday Market Location: Columbia Mall Parking Lot Hours 4-6 p.m. through August Urban Farms Market Vegetables. Daily offerings are listed on a chalkboard and customers are asked to leave payment on an honor system. Location: Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture, 1209 Smith St. Hours: Sunrise to sunset through October. North Village Art District Farmers and Artisans Market Produce, eggs, meat, cheese, baked goods, plants, artisan items. Location: Wabash Station, 126 N. Tenth St. Hours: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sun. through Oct. 11

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HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW MIZZOU? 1. In 1907, the University of Missouri was one of the founding members of which athletic conference? a. The Big XII b. The Big Eight c. The Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association d. The SEC 2. The university’s library was first established in what year? a. 1839 b. 1841 c. 1903 d. 1910 3. When did Mizzou start participating in intercollegiate athletics? a. 1834 b. 1845 c. 1856 d. 1873 4. This University of Missouri tradition was first started in 1927. a. Painting the Rock M b. The Tiger Walk/Prowl c. Homecoming d. Tap Day Answers on page 21

5. Students traditionally rub the nose of which statue to ensure they’ll receive an “A” on their next exam? a. Thomas Jefferson b. Beatle Bailey c. David R. Francis d. The Tiger Plaza tiger 6. True/False: The pattern of the windows on the east side of Tucker Hall convey a special message. 7. Who was the first University of Missouri athlete to bring home hardware from the Olympic Games? a. Brutus Hamilton b. Jackson Scholz c. Christian Cantwell d. a and b

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Hartsburg Annual Pumpkin Festival

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First Fridays in the Art District The North Village Arts District opens its doors from 6-9 p.m. on the first Friday of each month to encourage area residents and visitors to explore Columbia’s arts scene. Sept. 19-20 Heritage Festival All day, Nifong Park, 2900 E. Nifong Blvd. The event includes traditional and roots music, American Indian, German and folk dance, and arts and crafts demonstrations. There are also tours of the historic Maplewood Home, Boone Junction Village and the Walters Boone

Sept. 25-27 Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival All day, Stephens Lake Park, 2001 E. Broadway. The festival features roots, blues, gospel, country, folk and soul music from national, regional and local artists. There will also be barbecue from local and national vendors, a half marathon and a 10K race and a Sunday Gospel Celebration. Tickets are $125 for the weekend, $65 for Saturday and $49.50 for Friday or Sunday. For more information visit

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Oct. 9-10 Artrageous Weekend 6 p.m. Friday through Sunday brunch, The District and North Village Arts District. A free “arts crawl” with festivities, educational opportunities and interactive experiences with local artists. Oct. 9-10 MU Homecoming Columbia’s biggest party as Mizzou celebrates its 104th Homecoming with Campus Decs and a Spirit Rally Friday night, a parade through downtown Columbia Saturday morning followed by the game against Florida, time TBD. Oct. 10-11 Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Located in southern Boone County, Hartsburg’s annual celebration of all things pumpkin features 150 craft vendors, a petting zoo, pony rides, food booths and pumpkins galore. Oct. 22-25 Citizen Jane Film Festival Downtown Columbia, various venues. The festival features narrative,

documentary and short films from women around the world. Visit for more information. Dec. 4 Living Windows 6-8 p.m. in The District. Watch live performances of holiday scenes in the windows of downtown businesses. There will be refreshments, live holiday music, an appearance by Santa Claus and free carriage rides. Dec. 31 Columbia Eve Fest 8 p.m. south Ninth Street. Annual alcohol-free New Year block party featuring music, art and dance. Feb. 6 LUNAFEST (2016) 4 p.m. at Stephens College, Windsor Auditorium. The LUNAFEST films range from animation to fictional drama and cover topics relating to women’s health, motherhood, body image, relationships, cultural diversity, breaking barriers and more.

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MIZZOU QUIZ ANSWERS 1. c: The conference initially consisted of Mizzou, the University of Nebraska, Washington University, the University of Iowa, Iowa State, Drake and the University of Kansas. After going through various membership changes, the conference became the Big Eight in 1957 and then the Big XII in 1994. 2. b: The Board of Curators appropriated $1,000 for a University Library in Academic Hall in 1841. 3. d: Mizzou traveled to Fulton to play Westminster College in baseball in 1873. 4. a: The Rock M, which is whitewashed by incoming freshmen students every year, first appeared at Memorial

Stadium at the start of the 1927 football season. 5. c: Former Missouri governor David R. Francis’ nose has needed replacement a few times over the years because of the popularity of this tradition. 6. True: It is said when entered on an old computer punch card, the pattern spells out “M-I-Z beat k-U!” 7. d: Hamilton won silver in the decathlon at the 1920 Olympics in Antwerp. Sprinter Jackson Scholz won gold medal in the 440 relay in 1920 and gold in the 200-meter dash in 1924 in Paris. A character based on him appears in the 1981 film Chariots of Fire.

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WHERE TO PARK Columbia’s population swells with the start of each new school year, and all those new people mean more cars. As you head into the community, here’s what you need to know about parking: Parking Garages The city has six multi-level parking garages in downtown Columbia, which all include hourly spaces. The hourly spaces at the Seventh and Walnut garages use a “ticket and attendant” system. Most of the rest of the garages utilize pay machines that use a pay in advance system — a patron notes their parking space number and pays the machine for that space for the anticipated time they will be parked. The exception is the Eighth and Cherry Street garage, which has parking meters. Meter rates are 50 cents per hour in the hourly spaces. + Tenth and Cherry Street Garage, 1000 Cherry St.: 104 hourly spaces + Sixth and Cherry Street Garage, 555 Locust St.: 78 hourly spaces + Eighth and Cherry Street Garage, 14 S. Eighth St.: 39 hourly spaces + Eighth and Walnut Plaza Garage, 17 N. Eighth St.: 99 hourly spaces + Fifth and Walnut Street Garage, 500 E. Walnut St.: 78 hourly spaces + Short Street Garage, 1110 E. Walnut St.: 26 hourly spaces Parking enforcement in city garages runs from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Parking in city garages is free on Saturday and Sunday.

hour downtown and 75 cents per hour in the campus zone. Earlier this year, the City of Columbia introduced Parkmobile. Some meters downtown are eqipped with a bright green sticker and have a four-digit number; enter this code into the app and pay for time on your phone. If an appointment has run long, just pay from your phone. The app is available in the Google Play and iTunes stores. Fines Parking violations and fines include: + Public parking violation: $15 + Parking in municipal rental lots: $15 + Parked in rental space-municipal garage: $15 + Overtime parking in disabled zone: $15 + Parked overtime at time limited space: $15 + Parked overtime at time limited meter: $15 + Handicapped parking violation: $100 Fines on these violations increase to $30 if not paid within 15 days.

Meters The city has 138 metered off-street parking spaces and 1,683 metered on-street spaces. Time limits on most downtown spaces ranges from 24 minutes to four hours, with some as long as 10 hours. There are also 71 disabled access parking spaces. Metered parking enforcement is from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Meter rates are 60 cents per

City of Columbia employee conducts parking audit.

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