How can I pay for parking?

There are 3 options to pay for parking:

1. You can visit any one of the 34 convenient pay stations around Downtown. Be sure to remember your license plate number when paying for parking. Most pay stations accept debit and credit cards only. Three pay stations also accept cash payments. The cash enabled pay stations are located at:

  • 11th Street and Park Street near the horseshoe area
  • 12th Street and Pine Street on the southwest corner
  • 13th Street and Park Street on the southeast corner.

2. The Flowbird Mobile Application is available for your parking convenience. You can easily complete a payment using a smartphone if you download the Flowbird mobile application (available on the iOS App Store and Android Google Play Store) and create an account. If you use the Flowbird application, you can add more time to your parking session remotely.

3. You can text "ParkPASO" to 727563 to receive a link to pay for parking on your cell phone. This option allows you to pay for parking without downloading an app. You will receive a reminder text message to add more time to your parking session when it expires. 

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1. Where and when is paid parking required?
2. What is the paid parking rate?
3. How can I pay for parking?
4. Do I need to pay for parking if I have a valid disabled placard or disabled license plate?
5. Do I need to pay for parking if I am parked in a space marked with a green curb?
6. Do I need to put anything on my dashboard or windshield to indicate that I paid to park?
7. I work Downtown. What are my options for parking?
8. Are there any areas downtown where I can park for free?
9. How is paid parking and permit parking enforced?
10. Are there any opportunities to validate my parking?
11. How do I contact parking staff?
12. How do I appeal a parking citation?
13. How do I purchase a senior parking permit?