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BEGINNING MARCH 1, 2014

THE "EARLY PAYMENT" FOR EXPIRED PARKING METER TICKETS WILL BE $10.00

(if paid within 2 hours of the time the ticket was written).

 


 

 

Affordable, Convenient and Flexible

Our many downtown parking lots and parking structures are incredibly convenient. They're close to all major destinations, including Lansing Community College, Cooley Law School, the Capital Area District Library and the State Capitol. And don't forget our affordable rates!

 

 

 

On-Line Ticket Payment

 

PLEASE NOTEif there is a technical difficulty with the epayment of your ticket due to server downtime, you are still responsible for paying your ticket. In order to receive the discounted rate for paying your ticket, you need to make the actual payment, regardless of technical difficulties with the web site.


Affordable

  • Discounted parking rates included in a variety of programs
  • Lansing's best parking value

Convenient

  • Parking lots and structure are within walking distance of all downtown Lansing landmarks
  • Always plenty of available parking

Flexible

  • Programs to fit every Lansing parker with any parking need
  • Options for short-term and long-term parkers
News You Can Use

As of July 1, 2013, the City of Lansing Parking Enforcement staff have moved from the Parking Services office over to be part of the Lansing Police Department.

Complaints about the enforcement staff need to go through Internal Affairs with the Lansing Police Department at 517-483-4804.

If you have questions regarding the violation that you received or you want to make a payment on a violation that is still being done at the Parking Services Office located at 219 N. Grand Avenue. Another option for payment is paying your violation on-line (see above), and you can always call us at 517-483-4240.

If you want to dispute the violation you received please write a letter to the Magistrate in 54-A District Court. The address is as follows:

City of Lansing – 54-A District Court
Attention: Magistrate Millmore
124 W. Michigan Ave., City Hall 6th floor
Lansing, MI 48933


South Capitol Parking Ramp  

The Capitol Avenue exit booth has been removed and a new Pay-In-Lane machine installed in its place.  New highly visible LED signage has been installed to assist parkers at this exit.  Parkers may now use either lane to exit with a permit, the left lane to exit via credit card payment and the right lane with cash or credit card payment.  The Townsend exit (throughLot 3) may be used by permit holders and also has new LED signage identifying this exit as a credit card payment exit.


South Capitol Parking Ramp Back Lot (Lot3) 

The lot is open and available for use as an entry to the South Capitol Ramp and/or for surface parking.  The project is very close to complete, but a few items – mostly landscape items – remain to be finished in warmer weather.


Lot1 – Former BoarsHead Site

A bid has been accepted for demolition of the former Arts Council/BoarsHead facility.  Work will begin here within the next couple weeks.  This project is designed to minimize the impact on permit parkers at this lot.  Parkers will be notified if it becomes necessary to temporarily relocate them.


Lot49 Expansion – Yellow Cab Site

Demolition of the former Yellow Cab building is well underway.  Work will conclude here in the next couple weeks.  This work will not affect permit parkers in Lot 49.

Contact
219 N. Grand Avenue
Lansing, MI 48933
Ph: 517.483.4240
Fax: 517.483.4395
parking@lansingmi.gov

HOURS
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.