The signs currently on the north side of the street will just be transferred to the south side.
"We may have to replace a few poles, but we'll use the same signs," he said.
The change should not take long to complete, Taylor said.
A piece of equipment will be used to drill through the concrete on the sidewalks to allow for posts to be driven into the ground, he said.
"This is something we do every day," Taylor said. "This shouldn't be a problem whatsoever."
Taylor anticipates that some drivers will resist the change and that the alteration in parking could cause some "issues" initially.
"You always have people that are used to doing things a certain way," he said. "It's just hard for some people to adjust."
"It's just going to be a matter of getting people used to parking on the other side of the street," Taylor added.
The change in parking, which was prompted by a request by the owners of Recovery Sports Grill on Virginia Street, will result in a net loss of three parking spaces, Mayor Danny Jones said during a previous interview.
The change in the parking scheme will consolidate spots along the two-block section of street, Blackstone said.
Jones announced plans to introduce a bill into the city's Streets and Traffic Committee creating about three spots on the south side of the street between Capitol and Hale to make up for those lost during the change.