As part of the continuing efforts by the city of Las Vegas to make parking more convenient, a new parking services office will provide a one-stop-shop for parking-related issues. The new office is located along Main Street inside the City Hall garage at 500 S. Main St., and opens at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, May 6.
The new parking office will allow citizens to pay parking citations, file appeals, obtain parking permits and handle any parking related issues in the city quickly and efficiently. In the past, citizens with parking issues had to park and then cross Main Street and enter City Hall to handle parking-related issues. The new parking services center focuses on cutting down on wait time for customers.
The parking services office will be open Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The office can be contacted by phone at (702)229-4700 or by visiting the city’s website at http://www.lasvegasnevada.gov/parking.
The city is implementing a long-term parking plan that the new parking services plan is a part of. The city has the goals of providing excellent customer service; making parking easy to use; improving financial performance; supporting existing businesses by tailoring parking options for customers, employees and residents; and supporting new development by examining shared parking options, and creating flexibility for special events.
Last year, the city placed parking services under the Economic and Urban Development Department to make it easier for customers to navigate the system. Previously, the functions of parking related to enforcement, finance and Streets and Sanitation were spread throughout the organization.