Parking Information and Enquiries content Coronavirus (COVID19) All our parking facilities remain open. Parking charges are to be re-introduced from 13 July 2020. You will need to pay to use surface level car parks in the city centre and Broughty Ferry and all on-street parking bays. You can pay at the parking meter or by using the Just Park app. Some meters offer contactless payment. All time limited bays in Lochee, Broughty Ferry and Perth Road will be enforced to encourage turnover of car parking spaces. Council operated Multi-Storey car parks in the city centre will remain free to use until 16th August 2020. Some of the smaller car parks in the West End will remain free until October 2020 (update 14 August). To provide, maintain and regulate parking provision as part of the Local Transport Strategy to ensure the adequate provision and quality of facilities to compliment the economic, social and recreational aspirations of the city whilst taking due cognisance of the need for a balanced transportation strategy. Pay Penalty Charge Notice Challenge a Penalty Charge Notice For all parking-related issues including permits, monthly tickets and general information relating to Penalty Charge Notices, please call 01382 432096 or email firstname.lastname@example.org In addition, to ensure parking facilities are not detrimental to the economic or environmental health of the city, the service will also take into account supplementary guidelines from the Dundee Local Plan. Disabled Parking Coach Facilities and Parking Map (2.06MB PDF) Parking - Map of Car Parks Parking Charges JustPark Pay by Phone Locations Pay Penalty Charge Notice Penalty Charge Notice Challenge Penalty Charge Notices Parking Dispensation Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) Map Apply for a Residents' Parking Permit Parking Monthly Tickets Parking Permits Blue Badge Scheme Parking Annual Reports Parking Annual Report 2019-20 (1.07MB PDF) Parking Annual Report 2018 (2.43MB PDF) Parking Annual Report 2017 (1.34MB PDF) Parking Annual Report 2016 (1.97MB PDF) Parking Annual Report 2015 (1.56MB PDF) Parking Annual Report 2014 (1.39MB PDF) Suspension of Pay and Display Bays A pay & display bay may be suspended for a minimum of one day at any time. This is useful when it is necessary for a vehicle to be parked longer than the restricted time in a given area e.g. one hour in the city centre. This can be arranged via the Enforcement Administrator by telephoning 01382 432095. The information required is the registration number of the vehicle, the location and the duration of the suspension. Current charges for the suspension of one bay in the city centre are £31.00 per day; bays out with the centre are £12.70. Payment is usually made by credit or debit card over the phone at the time of booking the bay.