HOUSTON--The City of Houston’s ParkHouston Division will resume metered parking enforcement on Monday, September 11, 2017.
Customers should be advised that meters are being replaced and repaired in the Harris County Courthouse area. If a customer parks at a meter that is out of service, the customer should pay at a nearby meter or via the ParkHouson App. If no other meters are nearby, time limits will still be enforced and the vehicle should be moved from the block once the maximum parking time limit is reached. Check the sticker on the meter for the maximum parking time allowed on each block; the maximum time limit for most meters is three hours.
To pay for parking via smartphone, customers can download the ParkHouston App in iTunes or the Google Play store.
ParkHouston supports the City of Houston’s economic development by providing superior customer service, investing in cutting edge technologies, and actively collaborating with stakeholders. As a solution-focused division of the Administration and Regulatory Affairs Department, we service and maintain over 9,200 on-street parking spaces across the City. We create sound parking management strategies for commercial and residential areas that enhance pedestrian safety, ensure a smooth flow of traffic, and allow emergency vehicles to reach their destinations. ParkHouston also works to create more sustainable communities by reducing congestion and supporting alternative modes of transportation. Visit www.houstontx.gov/parking for more information.