Treasurer’s Office Rolls Out Parking Mobile Phone App

Every parking meter in the City of St. Louis will accept payment via mobile phone

July 1, 2015 | 2 min reading time
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Starting on July 1, 2015 every parking meter in the City of St. Louis will accept payment via the mobile phone app ParkLouie. ParkLouie is the new brand for the City of St. Louis Parking Division. The ParkLouie app is a version of ParkMobile, the leading national provider of mobile parking technology.

ParkLouie patrons can pay for parking simply by registering for the app and entering the zone number identified on green stickers affixed to parking meters. Paying for parking via ParkLouie will not register time in the physical parking meter, but parking enforcement personnel will be able to detect your payment. ParkLouie also makes it easier to track your parking session, providing users with the ability to receive notifications near the end of their session and pay for additional time.

ParkLouie can currently be downloaded in the Apple's App Store for iPhones or through the Google Play Store for Android phones. ParkLouie can also be downloaded at Brand ambassadors will be passing out instructional cards that will give motorists $1 off parking coupons for using the ParkLouie app.

Those who do not have smart phones can also use the app by calling the toll-free number on parking stickers.

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