Flagstaff, Ariz – The City of Flagstaff’s ParkFlag program begins Oct. 6 throughout the pay-to-park area.
Starting Oct. 6., customers can purchase parking at any one of the 101 kiosks located in the pay-to-park area, via the online portal or by using the Whoosh! mobile app (app use will incur a convenience fee of 35 cents per transaction). Customers also have the option of paying for parking at the Customer Service Counter at City Hall. The kiosk on the steps of City Hall and the Customer Service Counter will accept cash. Pay-to-park fees are $1 per hour with no time limit. All options require the customer to use their license plate number. Once a customer has paid for parking, they may move their car anywhere within the pay-to-park area without paying again during their purchased time-period.
The online portal to purchase employee parking permits (E permits) or ParkFlag EcoPASS (T Permits) will be available later this week. Those who have already applied for a permit will be notified by email and will be able to complete the process via the online portal or at the Customer Service Counter at City Hall. To complete the process, the customer needs to provide their license plate number(s). The residential permit parking program (residential areas request the regulations via a petition process) will also begin Oct. 6.
During the initial rollout period, customers whose parking needs exceed the time purchased or who violate the pay-to-park or permit regulations will receive a warning citation and information regarding compliance requirements. Repeated violations of the regulations during this period will result in the issuance of citations.
The pay-to park schedule is Monday–Wednesday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Thursday – Friday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. – 10 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.