FAQs

Monthly Parkers

Please go to this website: ParkHarrisburg.com/monthly-parking/ and register for Monthly Parking. Once established, you will receive an email with instructions regarding payment and how to pick up your garage monthly access card.
Once your account is established, you will be able to pay online each month with credit card or you can setup an auto draft from your banking account.

You will also be able to mail your check to the address listed on your invoice to:

SP Plus Corporation
PO Box 788295
Philadelphia, PA 19178-8295

You may come to our office at 223 Walnut Street, Suite 1 to switch garages. Office Hours are Monday-Friday 9:00AM – 4:00PM.
Once your account is established, payments may be mailed to:

SP Plus Corporation
PO Box 788295
Philadelphia, PA 19178-8295

You will need your account number and the zip code from the billing address on your account. The T&C Code will fill in automatically when you accept the Terms & Conditions. Please contact the office for your account number. (717) 234-2274
You must provide written notice of your intent to cancel at least 30 days prior to the end of the month in which you would like to cancel. A mailed letter, a form completed in our office or an email will suffice. If you email, be sure that you receive confirmation of receipt.

On-Street

Meters are enforced from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM Monday through Saturday. There is no charge for meter parking on Sunday and major holidays which include:

  • New Year’s Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Fourth of July
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day
You need to enter your complete license plate. If it is a special plate, be sure to enter it exactly as it appears.
Yes. The new meters/kiosks accept credit cards (Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover). The minimum charge when using a credit card is $1.50.
Not automatically. Receipts are optional; you must follow the prompt on the screen to print a receipt.
No, the receipt does not need to be placed on your dashboard. Keep it for your records only.
Yes, individuals with a disability have to pay to park. But, as mandated by the State, they are entitled to receive 60 minutes in excess of the time they purchase. The individual must display a valid handicap placard or have a handicap license plate.
No. When any button is pressed, the meter screen will light for the duration of the transaction.
If a meter malfunctions, you can pay at any other parking meter.
There are no refunds because there is no way to determine the amount of time that you actually parked.
Parking can only be extended by phone when you use a credit card.
No, you must add time to your session before it expires. If your time expires before you extend your session, then you must find a meter and start a new session.
Yes, it will be enforced regardless of the weather. Vehicles must be moved according to the appropriate schedule.