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Parking Facilities

Courteous & Financially Independent Management

The mission of the Parking Facilities Division of the Department of Enterprise Services is to promote a healthy downtown and local economy by providing professional facility management of the City's parking assets.

We strive to achieve that mission by operating in a business-like manner: efficiently, courteously, and financially independent. The employees and contractors hired by the Parking Division enable the Division's mission to succeed.

Robert SchroerRobert Schroer

Superintendent Of Parking Facilities

Robert "Bob" Schroer comes to the City of Cincinnati with extensive experience in the Parking Industry through his executive positions with national parking companies Allright Cincinnati, Inc and System Parking, Inc. Bringing this experience to his current position of Parking Facilities Superintendent and a dedicated City staff has produced efficient and dynamic on- and off-street parking operations. 

Many may only see Parking Facilities as the "meter people," but in actuality, the efforts of the staff play and important role in the economic success of business districts of the city.  Read More

Contact Parking Facilities

Important Phone Numbers & Addresses 

Parking Facilities
300 W. 6th St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202

513-352-5311 (fax)

Report Broken Meters, Other Meter Requests
Please call the Parking Enforcement and Meter Repair office at 513-352-4527.

You may also contact us in person at:
300 W. 6th St.
Cincinnati, OH  45202

Latest News

City Manager's Statement: Parking Ruling

Here is a statement from City Manager Milton Dohoney, Jr. on the decision by the Hamilton County Court of Appeals regarding the City’s Parking Lease and Modernization Plan.

Downtown Street Cleaning

To properly welcome our guests for the World Choir Games, many Downtown streets will be swept and cleaned starting next week. All parked vehicles must be moved overnight so that the streets can be swept and flushed.

Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Parking

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is one of seven days specified in Cincinnati Municipal Code for holiday parking enforcement.

New 'Card & Coin' Meters
New 'Card & Coin' Meters

Beginning this week, City of Cincinnati Parking Facilities employees are installing 1,400 meters around Downtown that will accept debit/credit cards, in addition to coins.

Amnesty On Fines, Fees Extended

With the successful conclusion of the Second Chance Amnesty Program, the City of Cincinnati announced today that Phase II (delinquent parking tickets) and Phase III (ambulance services, false alarm fees, building code violations, and other fees) of the program would be extended until September 30, 2011, giving citizens ample time to pay before stepping up aggressive collection efforts.