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Posted on: January 18, 2018

City of Lansing Welcomes Women’s March Participants

Mayor Andy Schor today announced that Lansing will be ready to assist with the Women’s March on Sunday, January 21.

Lansing City Hall will be available as a warming center during the event. City Hall will open its doors from 12-2 PM. The first floor Lobby area will be available as a warming center.

The Lansing Police Department will be onsite to ensure safety of Lansing residents and visitors to the capital city.

City of Lansing owned parking ramps will be open, and a flat fee for parking in these ramps will be available for the day. All on-street parking meters will be free.

“It is great to see so many people in Lansing for a second year in a row supporting the Women’s March and movement,” said Mayor Andy Schor. “Lansing is proud to host our residents and visitors, and will be sure they feel safe and warm on a potentially cold day.”

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