The Parking Amnesty program officially ended on April 30th, 2018. Due to the large number of people who had inquired online at www.phila.gov/parkingamnesty, and the number of people who arrived in person, the Amnesty office will be open for limited hours starting May 1st, 2018. ONLY individuals that had applied online, or
April 2018: Board Meeting Round-Up On Tuesday, April 24, 2018, the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s Board met for its monthly meeting. The meeting agenda along with the Board approved motions can be found here.
Time to cue up “Eye of the Tiger” and dust off those running shoes. The Broad Street Run sprints through Philadelphia this weekend! Here’s the scoop: Bright and early at 8 a.m. on Sunday, May 6, close to 40,000 runners are expected to line up at Broad and West Fisher streets before
Road Closures and Parking Information for Villanova University Men’s Basketball NCAA Championship Celebration
In celebration of Villanova University’s 2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, the City of Philadelphia will host a victory parade Thursday, April 5th, starting at 11 a.m. on Market Street and ending with a rally at Dilworth Park. To facilitate parade festivities while ensuring the safety of parade participants and general public,
March 2018: Board Meeting Round-Up On Tuesday, March 20, 2018, the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s Board met for its monthly meeting. The meeting agenda along with the Board approved items can be found here.
Effective at 6 AM, Thursday, March 22, the City declared snow emergency will be lifted. Parking Enforcement: Normal enforcement of all parking regulations will resume on Thursday, March 22. Snow Emergency $5 Parking Rate: The twenty-four hour $5 flat rate offered at the below garages will be in effect until 6 AM, Thursday, March
In response to the City's Snow Emergency, which is set to begin at 9 AM on Wednesday, March 21, the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) will be offering a flat twenty-four hour $5 parking rate at the following Center City garages from 7 PM Tuesday, March 20, until the snow emergency is lifted. AutoPark at
Executive Director Scott Petri’s Statement on PPA’s Annual $110 Million Contribution to the City, School District of Philadelphia, State & Federal Entities
The purpose of this statement is to correct the inaccurate perception held by many regarding the Philadelphia Parking Authority's annual $50 million contribution to the City and School District of Philadelphia. The original law “promising $45 million" annually to Philadelphia schools was repealed in 2004 and replaced with a new law
Effective at 9 PM, Wednesday, March 7, the City declared snow emergency will be lifted. Parking Enforcement: Normal enforcement of all parking regulations will resume on Thursday, March 8. Snow Emergency $5 Parking Rate: The twenty-four hour $5 flat rate offered at the below garages will be in effect until 9 PM, Wednesday, March
Chairman’s Items - Joseph T. Ashdale Board Chairman, Joseph T. Ashdale, invited comment from members of the general public. Director’s Report - Scott Petri During his monthly report, PPA Executive Director, Scott Petri, provided updates on a wide range of topics including but not limited to newly instituted procedural processes, improved communication