How to use PayMyPark
If you don't have a smartphone, you can pay for parking using the PayMyPark website.
You can choose to pay per session as a casual user, or set up an account.
Casual users pay a fee on each transaction (50c), while account holders only pay when they transfer money to their PayMyPark account. Account holders can also use a start-stop function, which means they only pay for the time they've parked.
You will need to know the number of the meter you have parked at. Just look for the white rectangular label with the meters number on our parking meters. We have underlined it in the photo below.
Benefits of using PayMyPark
- You only pay for the time you've parked – no need to guess how long you need to pay for parking.
- You can receive an alert when your paid parking is about to expire and extend your time remotely (time restrictions still apply).
- If you finish early, you can stop the parking time and get a refund to your account when in Stop-Start mode.
- Businesses can simplify their parking costs with one account for all vehicles.
Get started today
All our usual parking charges, times and conditions apply. Check the street signs near your car park for time limits and any other conditions.
Find apps confusing? Bring your smartphone into the Council office and the customer service team can help you download it.
If you want to know more there are FAQs on the PayMyPark website.