A new way for businesses to pay for fleet parking in NYC
Business Accounts allow businesses to have one ParkNYC wallet for all employee parking transactions
add an unlimited number of vehicles to your fleet.
ParkNYC is here to help make your life easier by providing the new and convenient way to pay for parking. Skip the meter and the wait, the new ParkNYC app lets you do it all from the convenience of your mobile device in just a few taps of the screen.
We’ve also simplified the process for fleets. Click below to download our step-by-step guide.
01Create Your Account
- Download the app
- Enter your phone number or email
- Create a password
- Enter your license plate information
- Set notifications - by app, e-mail or text
Find your parking spot!
- Find the perfect spot near you.
- Select your amount of time.
Pay for your parking spot
- Confirm your information and pay.
- Your are all set! now on to your destination.
ParkNYC. Pay In
A New York Minute.
Pay In A New York Minute.
No need to shuffle for coins or cards. Pay quickly and easily by phone.
Know when your parking is about to expire and extend time remotely up to allowable duration for this zone.
Keep it Moving
Pay for parking from the car, sidewalk, or anywhere – no receipt on the dash needed.
Enjoy The Benefits Of Using ParkNYC
- Pay for parking using the app, without having to go to a meter. Just look out for your Zone Number.
- No need to carry coins or a credit card to pay for
- Receive mobile alerts prior to your time expiring
- Extend your parking time remotely up to maximum time
- Track your parking activity and sessions
We Keep Your Personal Info Safe
All city agencies and services that accept credit card payments are required by the credit card industry to be certified for compliance for standards of security. This certification is known as PCI certification (Payment Card Industry). The ParkNYC program is committed to protecting customer information. Your financial transactions are encrypted and your information is handled as specified by PCI rules and regulations.
ParkNYC is for all devices!
Download the ParkNYC app from the App Store or Google Play.
Use your desktop, tablet, or mobile browser to access parknyc.org with the same functionality as the app.
Don’t have a smartphone? Sign-up on parknyc.org, then use your phone to pay for parking sessions by calling 1-844-442-0700 and using interactive Voice Response. You may also pay by the pay station.
Where can you use it?
ParkNYC is available wherever there is metered parking in New York City.
Be sure to look for the ParkNYC zone numbers on Muni-Meter decals and signs at the end of each block.
Got a question? Want to know more about how to use ParkNYC’s new and convenient parking experience?
You pay for parking transactions by either credit or debit card.
Transactions completed using an individual credit/debit card will show up on your card statements as individual line items and will be deducted from your account once the parking session is completed.
Your parking history is saved and can be accessed in two ways. To get a receipt of the parking session from the app, go to My Sessions, select Past Activity and you review your parking history. You can view the details, send an email, or obtain a PDF. You can also access your account history by logging in from parknyc.org. Preferences for notification of individual transactions can be accessed in the app by going to my account, preferences and choosing your preference for parking session notification.
Yes. Your app is set up under a common log-in and password. Up to five vehicles may be registered under a single passenger account. Commercial accounts allow for larger numbers of license plates.
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