The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas will bring back paid self-parking for all non-hotel guests, the Strip resort confirmed Thursday.

The change in policy takes effect Tuesday, June 1, just after the Memorial Day holiday.

Locals will receive complimentary parking for their first three hours with a valid Nevada ID, according to a statement from the resort:

As we continue to see increased travel demand return to the destination and welcome back full hotel occupancies, beginning Tuesday, June 1, the resort will reinstate paid self-parking for all non-hotel guests. For locals visiting the resort, the first three hours of parking will be complimentary with a valid Nevada I.D.

Complimentary self-parking will remain available for hotel guests and select tiers of The Cosmopolitan’s Identity Membership & Rewards program.

Las Vegas Strip casinos largely eliminated parking fees when they reopened last June in an effort to draw guests.

Caesars brought back self-parking fees at its Strip resorts in the fall, though parking is free for Nevada residents.

MGM began phasing in parking fees this month, though its properties will offer three hours of complimentary parking for locals.