General information about car parks
Changes to parking charges due to coronavirus outbreak
In response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, Herefordshire Council is introducing some temporary changes to parking.
- All on street and off street car parking charges will be suspended to allow those needing to make essential visits to pharmacies etc
- The Bus Station car park, Hereford will close to the public to ensure emergency services and Sodexo workers have access to parking
These measures will make it easier for people to go about their essential business, and free up council staff to be deployed protecting our community.
Please continue to be courteous and respectful of others when parking.
The changes come into effect from 24 March 2020 and will last for up to three months.
More information can be found on the Decisions page of the Herefordshire Council website.
Changes to car parking charges
Car park charges for electric vehicles changed from 16 March 2020. View the notice of variation of car park charges for election vehicles.
We made some changes to our car park tariffs from 27 February 2017. There is also a change to the method of operation in Maylord Orchard car park. For full details view the notice of variation of car park charges.
Car parks - contact
For general parking queries, other than appeals against penalty charge notices, please contact us on 01432 260974 or email email@example.com
Parking season discs are also dealt with separately. To apply for one, call us on 01432 260315.
Disabled badge holders are entitled to three hours free parking in our pay and display car parks. You must display a valid badge and clock correctly. If you need more than three hours, you can buy a ticket to give extra time, but you mustn't exceed the car park's maximum stay.
Many council car parks have dedicated disabled spaces which allow extra room, but disabled badge holders can park in any space designated for cars.
Electric car parking and charging
A number of council car parks have electric charging points installed in them with designated parking spaces. Electric vehicle drivers are entitled to use the designated parking spaces whilst recharging their vehicles. Standard parking charges apply with a four hour maximum stay (from 3 April 2017). For more information visit Electric car charging.
Car park season tickets
We issue annual and quarterly season discs for some car parks in Hereford, Kington, Ledbury, Leominster and Ross-on-Wye. For further details and information visit the Car park season tickets page.
Parking for motorcycles, coaches, motorhomes or lorries
For further details and information about parking these types of vehicles and coach dropping off points visit the Parking for motorcycles, coaches, motorhomes or lorries page.
Parking privacy notice
View our parking privacy notice for details of personal information it may be necessary for us to collect and hold, how we use it and keep it secure. Examples of the parking services in which personal information will be gathered are: parking enforcement, parking appeals, correspondence, blue badge misuse, parking dispensations, car park season tickets, resident permits, card payments for parking.