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As with the old system, your ticket will be placed on the windshield of your vehicle. Either on the driver’s or passenger side.
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The meters are solar powered and they go into a sleep mode to conserve energy.
To activate the meter, hit the white "power on" button located on the keypad, to the left of the green check mark. Once the Meter is activated, follow the on-screen steps provided.
To complete your transaction, you must hit the green check mark. You must receive a receipt. If no receipt is given, your transaction is not complete.
No. The system is license plate recognition, so you do not have to put your receipt in your vehicle.
Payment can be made as early as 7:30 AM, but your time will not begin until the start of enforcement at 9:00 AM.
Yes, In Zone 1, Business District, the maximum is 3 hours. In Zone 2, All Day, the maximum is 9 hours.
The 3-hour limit is to encourage the availability of spaces and turnover of vehicles to allow more shoppers and diners to enjoy the various businesses within the district.
Yes, You will have to move your car out of Zone 1. You can return to Zone 1 after 3 hours.
There are signs on the sides of the meters designating zones. A map of the zones can also be found on our website. Click here for a zone map.
Any parking space with a white chalked outline is a metered parking space.
Yes. This is to encourage availability of the handicap spaces.
No. You can only move within the Zone where you purchased your reservation. If you move to a new zone, a new reservation must be purchased.
If you enter the wrong license plate number, you should notify the Parking Authority as soon as possible and place your receipt on your dashboard. The Parking Authority’s phone number is located on each meter.
Yes. To add time to an existing reservation you will need your original receipt. Select the icon on the right side of the keypad that resembles a credit card and follow the steps outlined on the screen.
Yes. You can use the next available meter within the same zone or make payment using the MeterFeeder app.
Yes, MeterFeeder is free, and it is the app used to pay for parking in Sewickley. Go to the app store on your smart phone and download MeterFeeder to your device.
If you experience problems using the app, you can contact them directly at 844-463-7275. If you are unsuccessful making a reservation with your app, you must make a payment at the closest meter.
You can appeal your ticket by completing the Official Ticket Appeal Form. The form can be found on the website or picked up in person at the Sewickley Municipal Building, 1st Floor. Click here for a copy of the Appeal Form.
There are 3 ways to pay: