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Find car and coach parks in the East Riding
You can park your motorcycle in specific motorcycle bays for free. If you park in a normal vehicle bay charges and time restrictions apply. The following car parks have motorcycle bays:
Yes. We offer a limited number of season tickets that can be used in our long stay car parks:
Please note: having a season ticket does not guarantee that you will have a parking space and does not give an exemption to any other parking restriction. Please refer to car park signage for any restrictions, such as length of stay.
Visit the MiPermit website and select ‘Season Tickets’ for full information including:
You will need you vehicle registration number(s) and debit or credit card:
Buy or renew your season ticket on the MiPermit website.
Buy a season ticket by post
If you are unable to pay online you can print out a paper application form:
Season ticket application form (232kb)
Complete the application form, enclose a cheque for the appropriate fee (made payable to ‘East Riding of Yorkshire Council’) and send it to the address below:
Questions or problems?
View help on the MiPermit website.
Yes. Find out if you are eligible for a blue badge and how you can apply for one.
Blue badge holders may park in on-street car parks without paying and displaying.
We charge for off street parking because we consider that disability is not necessarily related to the ability to pay. We provide dedicated bays to provide access to nearby facilities. Each council decides its own policy on charging blue badge holders.
Yes. Some of our car parks meet the standards of the police's Safer Parking Scheme and have been awarded the Park Mark. This scheme is designed to reduce crime and the fear of crime in car parks.
For the eighth year, council car parks will be free on December weekends before Christmas to help support local businesses.
Pay and display machines in these locations will be clearly marked to let shoppers know there is no charge for the weekends of 2-3, 9-10, 16-17 and 23-24 December 2017, from 8am on Saturday until 8am on Monday.
Whilst parking charges are suspended, motorists are advised that normal parking rules still apply, such as those around disabled parking bays, maximum stays and controlled parking zones (CPZ).