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Part Time Job Openings
Application - Online-fillable PDF - Email applications to email@example.com. Contact Parking Superintendent Cristie Steffy with any questions, firstname.lastname@example.org or (831) 646-3953.
Parking Facility Attendant - (Hourly Range: $16.01 - $19.49 ) - Provide Customer Support to motorists in City parking facilities; operates automatic revenue control equipment;; provides security in parking facilities by observing activities and patrolling in facilities; provides general assistance and information to motorists; may assist in traffic control and litter pick-up in and around parking facilities and other related duties as required; may make minor repairs to parking equipment. Must be available for weekend, holiday, evening and shift work. Work is performed outdoors with exposure to inclement weather and around moving vehicles. Must possess a valid California's Driver's License upon time of appointment and be insurable with the City's standard insurance rate, unless otherwise approved by appointing authority.
The trolley is back! This free service will operate from July 3 to September 6 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Park once in our Downtown and Cannery Row garages or the Waterfront lot and get a free ride to all of your favorite attractions, including the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Cannery Row, Downtown Monterey and Old Fisherman's Wharf. Avoid the hassles of driving to each location and finding places to park - let the trolley give you a fast, convenient and FREE ride. Look for the green MST Trolley signs to board along the route.
How to Pay a Parking Citation
Parking citations may be paid by personal check, money order or credit card (convenience fee charged). Instructions for each option are listed below. To contest your parking citation, you must follow the Administrative Review Process.
1. Pay Citation by Check of Money Order:
To pay your citation with a personal check or money order. (no cash accepted). Mail the citation with the appropriate payment to:
City of Monterey
Office of Parking Violations
P.O. BOX 1930
San Jose, Ca. 95109
2. Pay Citation with Credit Card: Citations may be paid with a credit card (Visa or MasterCard) over the phone or through the internet.
Pay with CC by Phone: Dial toll free 1-855-597-5252. Please have your citation number or license plate number available. The City's citation processor uses pticket.com/monterey, which charges a convenience fee of $3.95 per transaction for citations
Pay with CC Online: Please have your citation number or license plate number available. The City's citation processor uses pticket.com, which charges a convenience fee of $3.95 per transaction for citations.
DISCLAIMER: Please note that by clicking on the link to pay your parking citation online, you are leaving the City of Monterey official website and entering a website maintained by a third party vendor for the City of Monterey.
Resident Parking Program
Residential Parking Permit Application | See map of applicable neighborhoods check the Residential Permit Zones layer
The City of Monterey Parking Division is in the process of revising the resident parking program and they want to hear from you. The April 14 meeting provided some context, overall program objectives, and focused on resident feedback about parking challenges to help improve the program to better serve the residents.
If you missed it: LISTEN TO THE AUDIO RECORDING | SEE THE SLIDE PRESENTATION
Two Hour Free Parking Program
Apply using the Google Form - if you can't access please call 831-646-3953.
Parking Program Improvements Presentation
Update, April 21, 2021: Here's a recap of the April 20 Regular Monterey City Council Meeting presentation on the City of Monterey Parking Programs. We have made extensive enhancements to physical infrastructure and technology to improve user experience for residents and visitors using our parking garages, lots, and street parking. Please see the a PDF of the presentation slides and the video on-demand of the presentation by Parking Superintendent Cristie Steffy.
The City of Monterey operates 31 parking facilities with approximately 3,500 off-street parking spaces. Our facilities range from 10-space parking lots to the 1003-space Cannery Row Parking Garage. For your convenience parking lots and garages are located throughout the City. Affordable, safe and clean parking is never more than a few blocks away from where you want to be! In addition to off-street parking spaces, there are over 3,000 on-street spaces in the Downtown, Cannery Row and Lighthouse areas of the City.
The City's parking management program is designed to improve parking and traffic flow in our City. The Parking Division works with businesses, residents, institutions and visitors alike to meet their diverse parking needs. We count on the support and cooperation of everyone to make our parking management program a success and to enhance pedestrian safety, smooth traffic flow and to allow public transit and emergency vehicles to reach their destinations. The Parking Division operates under the Public Works Department.