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Here, you'll find everything you need to know about paid parking in Reykjavík. You can pay for a parking spot and parking citations here, and if needed, file objections.
Changes to paid parking took effect October 1, 2023
You can apply for long-term parking in the City's parking garages for cars in daily use. Unfortunately, it is not possible to estimate how long it will take to receive an approved parking garage subscription.
A resident parking permit is a parking card for people living in areas where parking is subject to charges. Holders of resident parking permits can park a car free of charge in paid parking within the area of validity of their card.
There are two types of parking citations, extra parking tariffs, and parking violation charges. Extra parking tariffs (commonly referred to as parking tickets) are imposed when paid parking has not been paid for. Parking violation charges, in turn, are imposed when a car or other vehicle is parked illegally.
People with reduced mobility who have difficulty getting to and from public parking may be eligible for a parking card. Parking cards allow for parking in specially marked spaces for people with reduced mobility and parking for free in paid parking.
Parking your car doesn’t always cost the same. There are 4 different tariff zones and the pricing varies from zone to zone. Here you can view a map of the zones, how much it costs, and how to pay.
Borgartún 12-14, 105 Reykjavík