Downtown parking will look a little different in the coming weeks.
Tuesday morning, crews began painting for reverse angle parking.
The change is part of a pilot program for the upcoming Second Street Corridor project.
The Second Street Corridor Project is an economic develpoment project funded by the voter-approved Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax.
Mayor Robert Reichert said he believes reverse angle parking is safer and helps drivers practice before the new project downtown is completed.
"It's and easy as one-two-three," Reichert said. "With this new parking, drivers won't have to worry about bikers and others drivers in their pathway."
The change will take place in the blocks of Third Street between Pine and Oak Streets.