Yes. The most convenient way to pay an outstanding Parking Ticket is to visit our Online Payment Center. Parking Tickets may be paid over the phone by calling 435-615-5301. Mail payments to: PCMC, Attn: Parking Services, PO Box 1480, Park City UT 84060.
Can I return to a pay station and purchase an additional receipt to extend my allowed parking time?
You are limited to the total parking time listed for that parking zone. Shorter time zones are designed for turnover of parking spaces to increase access in high demand areas.
How can I obtain a residential or employee parking permit?
Permits can be obtained from Parking Services at 1053 Iron Horse Drive during normal business hours. Call (435)615-5301 for information on eligibility or other requirements.
How do I appeal a parking ticket?
All appeals must be submitted in writing and within 10 calendar days of the issue date. The most convenient way is to appeal online. If you submit your written appeal via mail or fax, please include the ticket number, license plate, your contact information and any pertinent evidence to: Parking Services PO Box 1480 Park City, UT 84060-1480 / Fax: 435-615-4904.
How much do I owe if my ticket shows no fine amount?
Nothing. Our officer elected to give you a warning ticket, but please avoid the violation in the future.
I have a disabled parking permit. What are my requirements when I park in pay zone?
Individuals with disabled permits are exempt from depositing fees in those pay stations. However, please observe the 3-hour time limits.
"A vehicle with distinguishing license plates or an official state-approved identifying placard indicating that the occupant of said vehicle is mobility disabled under the qualifications of the "Americans with Disabilities Act" may be parked along public streets or within a public parking facility regardless of any time limitation or meter fee requirement imposed by official signs upon parking in such area, except that such privilege shall not apply to zones in which:
Stopping, standing or parking in all vehicles is prohibited at all times;
Only delivery vehicles may be parked; or
All parking is prohibited during specific periods of the day in order to accommodate heavy traffic."
I recently received a 72-hour notice for my vehicle when parked right in front of my house. What am I required to do and why?
Vehicles may not be left continuously standing on a street for more than 72 hours. This is typically enforced on a complaint, or when it becomes an obvious violation that the vehicle has been abandonedand has not been moved for a long period of time. This regulation facilitates street cleaning, snow removal, and identification of abandoned vehicles.
My vehicle has a immobilization device or boot attached. How do I have it removed?
You must be prepared to pay all outstanding parking fines and fees with cash or a credit card. Call Public Works at (435)615-5301 during normal business hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. After hours, on weekends or holidays, call Police Dispatch at (435)615-5500.
What is an in-car meter?
It is an electronic bank that hangs from the rearview mirror. The user pays only for time parked.