What does a parking permit cost?
Fees for parking permits for residents (in paid parking area) in 2019
|1st resident's permit (monthly)||2nd resident's permit (monthly|
|City centre*||€ 10,-||€ 20,-|
|Outer/remaining area||€ 3,75||€ 7,50|
Rates for visitors of residents
The visitors scheme (for visitors of residents in paid parking areas) allows your visitors to park at a reduced rate. Your visitors pay only 0.20 euros per 60 minutes. You can top up the credit on your visitors scheme at the P-loket, up to a maximum of 200 hours per three months. If your parking area still uses a visitor's pass, the same rates apply.Rates for parking permit for residents (interested parties E9 area) in 2019
Rates for parking permit for residents (interested parties E9 area) in 2019
|1st resident's permit (monthly)||2nd resident's permit (monthly)|
|City centre (E9)**||€ 15,-||€ 25,-|
|Outer/remaining area (E9)***||€ 10,-||€ 12,50|
Parking permit holders from the E9 area can apply for a visitor's permit at the P-loket. A visitor's permit costs 90 euros a year.
Below is a list of the rates for other parking permits. You're unsure whether you need a permit for the city centre or the outer area? Click on P-loket at the top of this page. You can log in using DigiD and check for which parking products you can apply.
Rates for parking permits for business in 2019
|E9 area (permit holders)||€ 30,-||€ 360,-|
|Paid parking area||€ 25,-||€ 300,-|
Rates for 7-day parking permits in 2019
|City centre||€ 150,-||€ 1.800,-|
|Outer area*||€ 70,-||€ 840,-*|
*The outer area is the area outside the city centre but within the ring road around the city centre.
In which situations can I apply for a parking permit?
There are five situations in which you can apply for a parking permit:
- You live, or have your business, in a permit holders' area (E9 area) and your address does not appear in the list of 'parking available on own grounds'* below.
- You live, or have your business in a paid parking area and your address does not appear in the list of 'parking available on own grounds'* list below.
- You live in the vicinity of the Philips Stadium. If you have a parking permit residents parking Philips Stadium you can park in one of three reserved car parks during football matches and events.
- You are obliged to park every day in a paid parking area, for example because you work there, but there is no specific car parking for personnel. Such a permit is called a 7-day parking permit.
- You are a care or healthcare worker and the majority of your clients live in a paid parking area. Such a permit is called a care workers parking permit.
In a permit holders' area or paid parking area, in some cases, you can apply for a 2nd parking permit and a digital visitors scheme. You may only apply to us for a parking permit if you are registered with us at the address for which you are requesting a parking permit.
The permit is valid immediately after the application. In certain cases, we may have to check documents afterwards, such as in the case of a lease car being used. In such cases, the parking permit is immediately valid, but there is a possibility that we will get in touch with you if the correct documentation is missing.In an extreme case, we will revoke the permit.
In the allocations and implementations decision below (only in Dutch), you can see which addresses are eligible for a parking permit and you will find all the regulations covering the issue of parking permits. This decision is reviewed two or three times a year.
Park permit car park
Residents of the neighbourhoods of Binnenstad, De Bergen, Witte Dame and Fellenoord who have no parking facilities on their own grounds or in which agreements have been made in the vicinity permit with the developer to resolve parking another way, are entitled to a car park permit for one of the following car parks:
- Stationsweg car park (lapses in 2020, permit with or without guaranteed place)
- Achterom (permit with guaranteed place)
- Annahof (permit with guaranteed place)
- Krabbendampad (permit with guaranteed place)
- Tramstraat car park
- Gedempte Gracht (1 place, permit with guaranteed place)
- De Rungraaf car park
- Deken van Somerenstraat car park (lapses in 2019)
- Prof. Dr Dorgelolaan car park
You may not apply for a permit if you live or work at an address in the list below (in Dutch). These addresses have sufficient car parking facilities on their own grounds or other arrangements have been made, such as shared cars. Addresses on this list concern building developments from 2017 onward.
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How do the regulations for visitor parking work?
There are two regulations covering visitor parking:
The visitors' permit for parking permit holders (E9 area:Mariënhage, De Bergen, Rapenland and Winkelcentrum Woensel (part))
Parking permit holders in the E9 area may apply for a visitors' permit at the P-loket.You will need the ParkApp to book your visitors in and out by their vehicle registration. You may have one visitor parking at a time. The visitors scheme is intended only for use by visitors. You may be subject to a fine if you book in a vehicle registration that belongs to an address in the neighbourhood. There is no restriction on the number of hours visitors park.
A visitors scheme in a paid parking area
With a visitors scheme for visits by residents, you can let your visitors park for a reduced rate. Your visitors pay only 0.20 euros per 60 minutes. You can top up the credit on your visitors scheme at the P-loket, up to a maximum of 200 hours per three months.
Where is my parking permit valid?
The parking permit is only valid for the zone or car park for which you have applied. The P-loket will indicate for which area the relevant parking permit is valid. The parking permit is linked to vehicle registration and any checks are carried out using the vehicle registration. It is therefore unnecessary to display a paper parking permit in your windscreen.
Where do I find the instructions for requesting and using digital parking permits?
You will find links to these guides below. The guides explain step by step what you have to do to request or use a parking permit.
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Have you been unsuccessful in applying digitally for the parking permit? Or do you have any questions about the use of digital permits? Please phone the general information number 14 040. We will be happy to help.
I would like to change the vehicle registration number on my permit. How do I do that?
If you are using a different car, temporarily, you must change the vehicle registration of the parking permit.There are two ways of doing this. Which method you choose depends on whether the change is temporary or permanent.
Temporarily changing the vehicle registration
If you are using a different car temporarily, a borrowed car for example, you can change the vehicle registration in the ParkApp, in your ParkApp account. If you have not yet linked your parking permit to the ParkApp, you must first do so before you can set a temporary vehicle registration. You will find a guide showing how to change your vehicle registration step by step among the guides on this page. There is also an explanation of how to link your parking permit to the ParkApp in the guide to changing your vehicle registration. Important! You may only temporarily change your vehicle registration up to five times a year, and always for a period of no longer than seven days.
Permanently changing the vehicle registration
You can permanently change the vehicle registration at the P-loket, by using the P-loket button at the top right of this page. Log in using your DigiD and click on the permit, in the list of current permits, for which you wish to change the vehicle registration. If necessary, consult our manual on this page. It describes step by step how to change the vehicle registration. Are you the owner of the vehicle? The car must be registered with the RDW at your address, if you wish to change the vehicle registration.
I am going to move house, what should I do?
When you move house, you have to cancel the parking permit, even if you are moving to another house within the same parking area or to another paid parking area. As soon as you are registered at your new address, you can immediately apply for a new parking permit.
Your parking permit is paid for a whole year in advance. When you cancel the permit, the remainder of what you had paid for the whole year will be refunded automatically. This can take some weeks.
To have any credit remaining on the ParkApp refunded, send an email to email@example.com, stating your name and bank account number. We will check that you have moved house, and then refund the unused parking credit.
Is there also a regulation covering informal care-givers?
If you are a resident of Eindhoven, and dependent for a certain period, short or longer, on informal care, you may apply for an informal care-givers scheme. The scheme must be requested by the resident receiving the informal care. It is a supplement to the visitors scheme (paid parking area) or visitors permit (E9/permit holders area). That means that there must be a residents scheme or visitors permit already in place at that address. If you live in a paid parking area, you are entitled to 200 extra hours of parking at a reduced rate of 0.20 euros an hour to allow your informal care-giver to park. If you live in an E9/permit holders area, you can register one extra vehicle for an informal care-giver for 90 euros a year.
To do so, go to the P-loket on this website. When requesting an informal care-giver scheme, you must enclose a certificate signed by your doctor. You can download a copy of the certificate here.
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