Welcome to EasyPark at Austin, TX!
Austin is the first city in Texas to provide the convenience of the EasyPark in-vehicle parking meter program to its residents.
EasyPark in-vehicle parking meter affords you several advantages:
No longer need to have coins or a credit card when parking.
No longer need to go back and forth to the meter. Just turn your EasyPark on for the zone you are in and enjoy your visit downtown.
No longer have to predict how long you will be parked. Just turn the device off when you are done.
Only pay for the time you use in 15 minute increments.
You can turn it on before the hours of meter operation. It won't start charging until 8 am.
You don't have to come out to turn it off. The EasyPark device will stop charging once meter hours end.
It will remind you every 60 seconds with a tone in the event you drive away and don't turn it off.
Provides records and reporting for business-related expenses.
Join the EasyPark program by purchasing a device for $29.95, which includes the device and $10 worth of parking. There is a $1.10/month membership fee per device.
Announcement from the City of Austin Transportation Department
THE EASYPARK DEVICE IS VALID ONLY IF DISPLAYED PROPERLY BY HANGING FROM THE SIDE WINDOW CLOSEST TO THE CURB
Parking in the Pay Station / Single Space Meter Zone longer than the time limit as posted
on the meter is a parking violation. Check signs for restricted zones and time limits.
(Valet Zones, Taxi Zones , APD, Permits, etc.)
Hang the EasyPark meter on the inside side window closest to the curb.
For ANGLED and BACK-IN ANGLED parking, use the driver's side.
VALID ONLY IF DISPLAYED PROPERLY
If you received a parking citation while using EasyPark and believe it was in error, please contact Arthur Gonzales, Supervisor for Parking Enforcement at the City of Austin at 512-974-1497.
* Click here for a complete list of related charges for your location
Click here for the City of Austin Transportation Department web site.
Click here for a map provided by the City of Austin, updated February 2014.
Please look for EasyPark signs next to your parking spot to determine the actual parking zone you should use.
EasyPark does not endorse this map or guarantee the accuracy of the information provided by the City of Austin.
Click here for more information about EasyPark in Austin.