We all have a story. It’s what makes us unique and different from one another. The bus driver who gets you to work -- he has a story. The street vendors who make your breakfast sandwiches? They have a story. Our Parking Enforcement Officers (PEOs)? Yep -- they all have
The job of a PPA Parking Enforcement Officer (PEO) requires a lot of patience and a liking for physical activity. PEOs wake up every morning knowing they’ll be insulted at least once a day for doing their job -- a job that requires eight hours of walking and yes -- at times
Shirley Barnett is a Philadelphian first, and that’s why she’s been a Parking Enforcement Officer (PEO) for more than 27 years. She is patient, soft-spoken and easy going, but she doesn’t let her good nature mislead anyone. Barnett is not one for nonsense, making her such an excellent asset to
Most work cultures include daily routines and rituals that help get the day started. Restaurants have pre-shift meetings and sports teams have pre-game pep talks. Parking Enforcement Officers (PEOs) at the PPA are no different. They start their days with a roll call. The benefits of a pre-shift/pre-start/roll call or “whatever
It’s been four years since Scott Rutizer has come down with a case of the Mondays. It’s also been four years since he joined the PPA as a Parking Enforcement Officer (PEO). Coincidence? We think not. Rutizer spends his workday out on Philly’s streets contributing a lot more to our city
Eight years ago, Marlene Bednarczyk left the Poconos for the City of Brotherly Love. Recently widowed, Marlene was in search of a job for this new chapter in her life. Marlene found the perfect job for her with The Philadelphia Parking Authority. “At that time I thought what’s the PPA? And
Dear Valued Employee, The Philadelphia Parking Authority continues to provide superior services while supporting the airport, businesses, and Philadelphia residents. I extend a hearty thank you to our staff that works every day to enforce and manage parking regulations, to operate garages, and to support daily operations and administration. Some of
2132 South 63rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19142 Capacity: 70 Spaces Regulation Hours: Monday through Thursday – 8:00AM to 6:00PM Friday – 8:00AM to 9:00PM Saturday – 8:00AM to 6:00PM Type: Pay-By-Plate Kiosk & Mobile Payment PEO Enforcement Daily Rates: Per Hour (10 hour max) - $1.00 Monthly (Regular) - $45.00 (Application) Please click below to make monthly parking payment.
As we come together to support our city during these challenging times, the Philadelphia Parking Authority spreads the brotherly love and sisterly affection by offering discounted pricing at PPA garages for people dining in our restaurants. We support our local restaurants as Philadelphia permits indoor dining beginning September 8th, 2020.
Frequently Asked Questions
Permit Information The Philadelphia Parking Authority is dedicated to accommodating the particular parking needs and uses of the city’s business and residential areas. We administer several parking permit programs that address specific local needs and maximize parking opportunities – thus improving quality of life for all of us who live, work and
Laws & Enforcement The Philadelphia Parking Authority employs three levels of enforcement of parking regulations: issuing parking tickets to vehicles that violate regulations; applying the boot to vehicles that accumulate unpaid tickets; and, in certain cases, towing and impounding vehicles until outstanding fines and fees are paid. To request parking enforcement at
About the Parking Authority For detailed contact information, please visit the: Contact Page » View the Philadelphia Parking Authority Report Fiscal Year 2017 - PPA Annual Report 2017