Pat Galbincea, The Plain Dealer

CLEVELAND — Cleveland police are reminding the public that parking restrictions and prohibitions will be enforced in downtown Cleveland for every Browns home football game.

Restrictions are typically in place three hours before each game and two hours after the game’s completion. Bright neon signs will be attached to posts, poles and parking meters in the affected areas.

Violators will be ticketed and towed if parked in violation. Car owners will then need to prove vehicle ownership and pay all fines and fees at the Cleveland Justice Center, 1300 Ontario Street, to get their automobile released from impound.

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