Parking Authority of Baltimore City

Parking Authority of Baltimore City Interested in parking? So are we. We oversee the management of 12 parking garages and 16 lots, over 800 EZ Park Meters, over 1,500 reserved residential handicap parking spaces, and 45 residential permit parking areas.
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PABC is a quasi-governmental agency of Baltimore City. We are also a registered 501c3.

Mission: The mission of the Parking Authority of Baltimore City is to find, or create, and implement parking solutions for Baltimore City, and to be the resource on all things "parking" in Baltimore.

Open with service changes

We are closed today.
10/12/2020

We are closed today.

Recognizing the pivotal role child care centers play in the re-opening of Baltimore City’s economy, Mayor Bernard C. “Ja...
10/01/2020

Recognizing the pivotal role child care centers play in the re-opening of Baltimore City’s economy, Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young has announced the Child Care COVID-19 Stability Fund. The City will provide grant funding of up to $20,000 for licensed child care centers and up to $5,000 for registered family child care homes to support costs including virtual learning expenses, personal protection equipment (PPE), payroll, supplies, rent, fixed debt payments, and other business-critical cash operating costs. Applications will be accepted Oct. 1st through November 12th at www.familyleague.org/stabilizechildcare.

Bernard C. "Jack" Young
09/04/2020

Bernard C. "Jack" Young

Tune in today for updates about Phase 2 of Baltimore City's reopening

Our office will be closed on Labor Day.
09/03/2020

Our office will be closed on Labor Day.

Enforcement of posted Residential Permit Parking rules resume on September 1, 2020. If you have a resident's or visitor'...
08/31/2020

Enforcement of posted Residential Permit Parking rules resume on September 1, 2020. If you have a resident's or visitor's permit with an expiration date of 3/1/2020, you do not have to do anything. Go to parking.baltimorecity.gov for more information.

You can now find the link to request a mail-in ballot on the City's webpage.
08/19/2020
City of Baltimore

You can now find the link to request a mail-in ballot on the City's webpage.

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Bernard C. "Jack" Young
08/12/2020

Bernard C. "Jack" Young

Following the explosion in NW Baltimore this week, my team has learned of potential instances of predatory insurance fraud and contractors targeting residents in distress. Here is the link to use if you think you may be a victim of fraud.https://insurance.maryland.gov/Consumer/Documents/consumerfraudreferralform.pdf

08/10/2020

We are experiencing connectivity problems with the phones and the Internet at our office. Comcast has estimated that both should be restored by 4:45. We are not able to answer the phone and do not have Internet connections at this time in the office.

Baltimore folks who live in a residential permit parking area, you don't have to do anything if you have an existing per...
08/10/2020
Parking enforcement set to resume for residential permit parking in Baltimore City

Baltimore folks who live in a residential permit parking area, you don't have to do anything if you have an existing permit, even if it expired since the pandemic. Those permits are good for 30 days after Governor Hogan suspends the emergency order, which he has not done. If you recently moved to an RPP area or bought a car and need to get it a permit, you can apply online and we will mail it to you. Our office is open with limited hours but just for those residents who need a NEW permit and are having trouble with the online system or do not have access to the Internet. More information available on our website: https://parking.baltimorecity.gov/residential-parking.

Parking enforcement is set to resume for residential permit parking in Baltimore City.

Parking Enforcement to Resume for Residential Permit Parking on Tuesday, September 1, 2020The Baltimore City Department ...
08/09/2020

Parking Enforcement to Resume for Residential Permit Parking on Tuesday, September 1, 2020

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation will resume parking enforcement of Residential Permit Parking on Tuesday, September 1, 2020.

If you have a blue or yellow decal, visitor permit(s), or any temporary permit with a 2020 expiration date, you don't have to do anything. These permits will continue to be honored until further notice, even if they are expired.

Residents who meet one of the following criteria can apply for a new permit starting Monday, August 10, 2020, at pabc.thepermitstore.com:

1. You are a new RPP customer who has not been able to purchase a permit due to the COVID-19 closure of PABC offices.
2. You are an existing customer who has purchased a new vehicle or has new plates.
3. You are an existing customer who moved from one RPP area to another. If you moved within the same RPP area, you may continue to use the decal and visitor permit(s) you already have.

You will need to upload the required documents that are usually verified in person at the Parking Authority Office or at a Community Pickup. We will verify the documents online and mail the permits.

If you do not have Internet access or you have trouble with the website, you can visit our office beginning Monday, August 10, 2020, during our limited hours. The office is located at 200 W Lombard Street, Baltimore, MD 21201. We will be open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Extended late-night hours and Saturday hours will not be available.

The following restrictions will be in place:

1. There will be a maximum of five customers allowed in the office at a time.
2. A mask or face covering must be worn at all times.
3. You must pass a health screening in the Arena Garage lobby closest to our office's main entrance.
4. Please do not walk up to any employee desk. Please have a seat and wait to be called, as employees must wipe down surfaces between each customer.

https://parking.baltimorecity.gov/residential-parking
(443) 573-2800
[email protected].

Parking Authority of Baltimore City's cover photo
08/09/2020

Parking Authority of Baltimore City's cover photo

A tropical storm is expected to hit Baltimore on Monday night into Tuesday. Here are 7 ways to stay safe.
08/03/2020

A tropical storm is expected to hit Baltimore on Monday night into Tuesday. Here are 7 ways to stay safe.

Fells Point residents are encouraged to move their cars to either the Fleet & Eden Garage or the Caroline Street Garage ...
08/03/2020
City Officials: Fells Point Residents Should Move Cars, Prepare For Potential Tropical Storm Isaias Flooding

Fells Point residents are encouraged to move their cars to either the Fleet & Eden Garage or the Caroline Street Garage starting at Noon today (8/3). Proof of residency is required. First-come, first-served. https://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2020/08/02/city-officials-fells-point-residents-should-move-cars-prepare-for-potential-tropical-storm-isaiasflooding/

Residents are encouraged to prepare for possible flooding in areas near the Inner Harbor and other waterways, including near Thames Street in Fells Point, Smith Ave and Falls Road and the Clipper Mill Business Park.

Fells Point residents are encouraged to park their vehicles in either the Fleet & Eden Garage or the Caroline Street Gar...
08/03/2020
City leaders are monitoring the path of Tropical Storm Isaias

Fells Point residents are encouraged to park their vehicles in either the Fleet & Eden Garage or the Caroline Street Garage beginning at Noon today (8/3). Proof of residency is required. First come, first served.

BALTIMORE (WBFF) -City leaders are monitoring the path of Tropical Storm Isaias and preparing for potential flooding Monday, especially near the harbor and other waterways. In Baltimore City, flooding remains a concern with the heavy rain Isaias is expected to bring to the region. Recently, smaller....

Fells Point residents are encouraged to park their vehicles in either the Fleet & Eden Garage or the Caroline Street Gar...
08/03/2020
City officials to open parking garages as they warn residents of possible flooding

Fells Point residents are encouraged to park their vehicles in either the Fleet & Eden Garage or the Caroline Street Garage beginning at Noon today (8/3). Proof of residency is required. First come, first served.

Baltimore City officials said they are tracking a tropical storm and preparing for possible flooding in low-lying areas throughout the city.

Fells Point residents are encouraged to park their vehicles on the upper floors of either the Caroline Street Garage or ...
08/03/2020
Baltimore warns of potential flooding, opens parking garages

Fells Point residents are encouraged to park their vehicles on the upper floors of either the Caroline Street Garage or the Fleet and Eden Garage beginning at Noon today (8/3).

Baltimore City officials are preparing for potential flooding Monday into Tuesday in low-lying areas throughout the city as a result of Tropical Storm Isaias.

Join the Baltimore City State's Attorney tonight at 7PM for another #BmorePopup feat. artists Paper Michaaye and Mulatto...
07/24/2020

Join the Baltimore City State's Attorney tonight at 7PM for another #BmorePopup feat. artists Paper Michaaye and Mulatto! Streaming live on Facebook and YouTube

Parking meter enforcement began yesterday.
07/14/2020
Baltimore City parking meters to will resume Monday

Parking meter enforcement began yesterday.

BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- Mayor Jack Young along with the Department of Transportation and the Parking Authority of Baltimore City announced the enforcement of parking meters throughout the city will resume beginning on Monday, July 13. While we continue to work to combat the spread of COVID-19, I am plea...

Parking meter enforcement resumes on Monday (July 13, 2020).
07/10/2020

Parking meter enforcement resumes on Monday (July 13, 2020).

The Parking Authority will be observing the Independence Day holiday tomorrow. This means our team members will be unava...
07/02/2020

The Parking Authority will be observing the Independence Day holiday tomorrow. This means our team members will be unavailable until Monday, July 6. Parking meters and residential parking permits are not currently being enforced except for Area 16 (Fells Point).

Looking to contest a parking ticket? Call the Bureau of Revenue Collections at (410) 396-4080.
06/30/2020

Looking to contest a parking ticket? Call the Bureau of Revenue Collections at (410) 396-4080.

Thanks, Fox 45 Wbff Baltimore for your interest in our parking meter program. https://foxbaltimore.com/news/coronavirus/...
06/24/2020
The financial impact of COVID-19 on Baltimore

Thanks, Fox 45 Wbff Baltimore for your interest in our parking meter program. https://foxbaltimore.com/news/coronavirus/the-financial-impact-of-covid-19-on-baltimore

BALTIMORE (WBFF) - Baltimore City faces a budget deficit of more than $40 million for the rest of this fiscal year. Projected revenue, meanwhile, is expected to be more than $100 million. You can blame that on the lingering effects of COVID-19. And revenue is down in virtually all areas, including p...

06/22/2020

COVID-19 is still here in Baltimore City and this powerful PSA features stories from real Baltimoreans on how the coronavirus has impacted their lives. Remember, the coronavirus doesn’t discriminate. Anyone can get it and anyone can give it. Be sure to practice social distancing, wear your face cloths coverings, and be safe. Visit coronavirus.baltimorecity.gov for more information.

Address

200 W Lombard St
Baltimore, MD
21201

Charm City Circulator - Orange Line (0 blocks) Light Rail (1 block) MTA bus routes (0-2 blocks): 1, 3, 5-X, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 19, 20, 27, 35, 36-X, 40, 48, 91, 120, 150, 160, 310 Subway (3-4 blocks)

General information

We help find parking solutions in Baltimore City, but we don't issue parking citations or tickets. We also do not adjudicate parking tickets. Parking enforcement is handled by the Department of Transportation (410) 396-6802 or https://www.facebook.com/baltimoretransportation Parking Ticket Collections and Requests for Trials - Please Call - Bureau of Revenue Collections (410) 396-4080

Opening Hours

Monday 08:30 - 16:30
Wednesday 08:30 - 16:30
Friday 08:30 - 16:30

Telephone

(443) 573-2800

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How about fixing the meters on E Lafayette Ave between St. Paul & Calvert St. So people stop parking in Loading Zone. Also trim trees back from blocking the signs for Loading Zones.
When will metered street parking resume? A lot of people are parking on the street, and it could be a problem if this information is not provided to the public. A lot of people will be very bothered if they get a parking ticket because of not having the information. Thanks so much!
WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU DOING?!?!
I received the $2.00 yesterday. It still appears that the Parking Authority needs some training in the various areas. especially in the procedural measures. I mean how many people should a citizen be passed around to in order to give a grievance.
The Baltimore City Parking Authority is an unprofessional machine. The parking meters are maintained improperly and are always owing refunds for which they honor.
I live at 234 Holliday Street and there is no (none) residential parking in this area creating extreme difficulty during the week. Would it be possible to request residential parking for permit holders in this area?
Why is it that Parking Authority Vehicles can park illegally impeding passage to garages and causing unsafe driving conditions? Why are Parking Authority Vehicles parked in public spaces overnight over the weekend taking public parking spaces from the public when there are parking lots reserved for Parking Authority Vehicles?
Breaking the law to enforce the law near by plenty of legal spots to park but took the easy way out
How does one petition to get parking restrictions changed? There's a restriction near my job reserving parking for food trucks, but there has never, ever been a food truck there.
Do you realize meters in Hampden are 90 minutes slow, causing tickets to be issued right and left?
No left turn signs 4-6 are useless at Gwynn Falls and North Ave. I sometimes have to sit through 3 cycles to get home. HELP!
For several weeks the parking meters on Charles street between Lombard and Pratt have taken my money and didn't give me a ticket. When I call the number provided it's busy ,always , for two weeks! It's outrageous that these machines aren't maintained and you can't even get through to notify anyone.