London Borough of Croydon

Parking in Croydon services & information

  • RingGo - Pay by mobile phone for parking

    RingGo is a quick, easy to use mobile phone service, which lets you pay for your parking in council car parks, with a credit or debit card rather than using cash at a machine.

  • Where you can park and costs

    We maintain a number of car parks and provide parking bays in the borough. Find out where they are and how much they cost.

  • Free parking for 30 minutes

    The Council has introduced free short-term parking to support local businesses.

  • Parking permits

    How to get permits for residents, businesses, visitors and disabled people (blue badges) and where to use a parking permit.

  • Parking services customer survey results

    Parking Services is committed to balancing the parking needs of all stakeholders. View the results of our customer survey.

  • On street parking - know your restrictions

    On street parking - know your restrictions and where you can and cannot park. The best way to avoid a Penalty Charge Notice (parking ticket) being attached to your windscreen. Full information about controlled parking zones, yellow lines, bus stops, school keep clear markings, limited period waiting areas, pavements and verges.

  • How to get parking restrictions suspended

    What to do if you need parking restrictions suspended for funerals, building work or shopfitting.

  • Parking fines

    How to pay a parking fine or appeal against a Penalty Charge Notice

  • Parking enforcement - removal of vehicles

    Vehicles may be removed any time after a penalty charge notice (PCN) has been issued.

  • Permanent road traffic orders

    We issue public notices whenever we change parking restrictions and actively consult the public where there are major changes to parking restrictions.

  • Temporary road traffic orders

    We issue public notices whenever we change parking restrictions and actively consult the public where there are major changes to parking restrictions.

  • Parking legislation

    Parking laws from 31 March 2008.

  • TMA accounts

    Under the Traffic Management Act 2004, the council is required to publish its annual accounts.