Parking on private property and public street zones
We monitor both private property and public street zones. In cases where we monitor public street zones it is on behalf of the local municipality.
Public street zones
Parking in a public street zone in most cases means that your car is left in one of the municipality’s streets.
The following places count as public street zones:
- Public places
- Publicly owned land
- Generally, all streets and public squares.
Alternate-side parking applies in public street zones.
Alternate-side parking means that parking is prohibited on the side of the street with:
- Even house numbers on even dates.
- Odd house numbers on odd dates.
Parking on private land means, for example, that you park on land owned by a property owner or at a parking facility.
The following places count as private land:
- Privately owned property
- Privately owned land
- Multi-storey car parks
- Parking garages
- Generally demarcated parking areas.
Entrances to private land will be signposted
Entrances to private land will be signposted with a sign that provides information about the business owner, for example: Aimo Park 0771-96 90 00 if it is Aimo Park that is responsible for monitoring the area.