Parking in Arnhem
Parking in a city, it’s always a problem. Especially when you do want to park for free, but don’t want to get a ticket!
In this blog, you’ll find all you need to know about parking in Arnhem, where it is free and where it is most expensive. At some places parking at night is free or only costs 50ct per hour.
You can also read about how to get a parking permit and how much a parking ticket sets you back.
Free parking in Arnhem.
There are not many places in the city center where there is free parking in Arnhem -not during the day at least. Most parking spots are paid or reserved for people who live in the neighborhood. You have to pay good attention to the signs to see where you are allowed to park.
On Sunday morning and at night you can park for free almost everywhere. You can easily find out when and where there is free parking in Arnhem when you take a look at this website. This is also where I found the content for this blog.
The colors on the map will show you what it costs to park somewhere. Green indicates free, yellow: it is not expensive to park and orange and red indicates that it is expensive to park there. Grey shows where its illegal to park.
Parking at Rijnstate Hospital.
Parking at Rijnstate Hospital is sort of cheap. The first 15 minutes are free if you leave the parking lot within those 15 minutes. After those 15 minutes it costs 30 eurocents per 10 minutes. A whole day costs €7 euro and a week tickets costs €21. So when you plan to spend a day in Arnhem, or longer this might be a good option for you. A bus ticket into town costs €2,40 and being that the parking per hour in Arnhem Center can get up to €3,60 per hour. So taking a short bus ride is a money saver!
Paid parking in arnhem, not so expensive.
The orange color on the map indicates that parking at these locations is not too expensive. Between 09:00 am and 11:00 pm you will pay €1,75 per hour. This is mostly the case near the Spijkerkwartier, Het Broek and Sint Marten area. These parking spots are all located outside, on the side of the road.
Paid parking in Arnhem, a bit more expensive.
The red color on the map shows you where it is more expensive to park your car in Arnhem. There are mostly parking lots and parking garages. The locations that are shown in the pictures below. The red area shows you where it is expensive to park along the roadside. Again, make sure you park at the right spot. A parking ticket costs €95 euro (up to €370!). This could be when you park at a spot that is meant for people who live in the area and have a parking permit.
Parking at night at one of the parking garages does not have to be expensive. The hourly rate drops after 6pm to only 50ct per hour. That’s not bad, right?
Parking at Broerenstraat is most expensive.
The most expensive place to park in Arnhem is at the Broerenstraat parking garage. It will set you back €3,60 per hour! You can drive in and out 24/7 and that is not always the case at the other parking garages. Before you enter a parking garage, make sure it is still open when you want to leave. You can always find a sign with the opening hours at the entrance of the parking garage.
When you live in or near the center of Arnhem you might need a parking permit. There are two kinds you can apply for:
-A permit for occupants.
-A permit for visitors of occupants.
PARKING PERMITS FOR OCCUPANT
If you fit into the following criteria, then you can apply for one:
-You are enrolled in one of the following neighborhoods: Downtown ( between singles and Rijnkade ) Bergstraat Quarter, Transvaalbuurt, Spijkerkwartier, Railway Corner, St. Marten, Mayor Quarter, Heijenoord and Van Verschuer Square.
-The registration certificate of the car is in your name. You have a lease car, and you can demonstrate this with the lease contract or a statement from your employer.
-You have no on-site parking.
-An independent house is provided one parking permit, even though there are several persons registered at the same address.
In Burgemeesterswijk, Heijenoord and in the Transvaal neighborhood can be given two permits per address.
THE COST OF A PERMIT
€141,00 for 1 year
€ 83,00 for 6 months
PARKING PERMITS FOR VISITORS OF AN OCCUPANT.
Do you live in a neighborhood where you have to pay for parking? Then you can apply for a parking for visitors. With a visitor’s permit residents of the city can offer their visitors free parking at a parking meter or parking garage near the house.
To get a visitor’s permit you must live in one of the following areas:
Center ( 26001 Zone )
Heijenoord (zone 26021 )
Burgemeesterswijk (zones 26031 and 26033 )
Transvaalbuurt (zone 26041 )
Of Verschuer Square (zone 26082 )
Per address will be provided only one visitor permit.
A visitor’s permit costs € 21 per year.
A visitor’s permit runs from March 1st to March 1st. You get 300 parking hours. You get 200 hours for the Nieuwe Kadekwartier.
You can not buy more hours!
Should you have hours left on March 1st, they will expire. You will start the new parking year with either 200 or 300 hours.
How does it work? Arnhem has digital parking for visitors. Both online and by phone you can subscribe and unsubscribe visitors.
If you move, you need to pass the new address to the front desk of the parking company. The parking company is located at the Rozet garage at the Langstraat 10 in Arnhem. A change of address can also pass through firstname.lastname@example.org. There will then be reassessed whether you satisfy the conditions for obtaining the license.
If you move or change the vehicle registration, you must do this at the desk of the parking company. The parking company is located at the Rozet garage at the Langstraat 10 in Arnhem. When you change the vehicle registration, take your vehicle registration document or a lease with you so you can prove that it is your car. A change of address can also pass through email@example.com. There will then be reassessed whether you satisfy the conditions for obtaining the license.
In some neighborhoods, there is a waiting list. That is because of the limited number of parking spaces. It may be that you have a parking right but you do not get awarded the license because there is no place. There is (unfortunately) nothing to do but wait until a spot opens up.
P + R Arnhem.
In Arnhem there are a total of 3 P + R locations: at the GelreDome, Arnhem Zuid Station and Presikhaaf Station.
P + R stands for Parking and travel facility. This is a parking facility at a bus stop or station that motorists can use if they want to continue by public transport.
The 3 P + R locations in Arnhem are all open 24/7 and can be used free of charge. The P + R of the GelreDome is not available when there are major events in the GelreDome.
There is also a Carpool in Arnhem North at Apeldoornseweg 450 in Arnhem. It is also open 24/7 and is free to use.
We hope to have informed you well!