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Posted on: February 19, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Emeryville Launches Paid Parking Program Beginning February 22

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On February 22, 2021, the City of Emeryville is launching its Paid Parking program, which applies to 10% of the City’s on-street parking spaces.  Enforcement will begin with a grace period of two weeks. 

Parking enforcement will be conducted at paid parking spaces, and those in violation will be issued a warning to ensure they are aware the new parking pricing system is in place.  In advance of this grace period, ParkMobile’s app with Emeryville’s zones included was launched to afford early adoption to maximize convenience.  Paid parking spaces are priced to encourage turnover and improve access to spaces near commercial and transportation services.

The first two hours are $2 per hour, available in 15 minute increments.
Any time over two hours is charged at $7 per hour.  

Payment at meters can be made via the ParkMobile app, Apple and Google pay, credit card or coin.  Pay stations (kiosks) require the vehicle’s license plate number, so please note it before proceeding to the pay station. No receipt is needed as proof of payment; your license plate will serve as payment confirmation.

The infrastructure for the program has been funded by a grant from the Alameda County Transportation Commission. Should you need more information on where paid parking was installed in the North Hollis and Triangle neighborhoods, or on how to pay, please see the project website.

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