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Parking Management

The City’s Parking Services are managed by ABM Parking Services, who are responsible for all metered parking spaces, City-owned parking lots, and residential parking programs within the City.

For questions concerning parking, please contact:

ABM Parking Services
859-431-7049

Parking Tickets

All parking tickets can be paid at Midtown Garage, 501 Scott Boulevard, across from the Kenton County Library. Tickets can also be paid online at https://covington.rmcpay.com/.

Metered Parking & Parking Lots

On-street parking meters operate from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. Parking meters are 55 cents per half hour. For City-owned lots and garages, please observe posted signage for rates and hours.

For information about obtaining a monthly parking pass, or to verify pricing, please contact ABM Parking Services at 859-431-7049.

New! The City of Covington recently launched the mobile parking app, PassportParking®. The innovative technology allows users the option to conveniently pay for metered parking using their phone. The PassportParking app is free and available for download at the App Store and Google Play. It is important for users to note, there is a $.25 convenience fee with each parking purchase. Visitors are still able to pay for parking using cash at the meters. For more information, click here.

Click within the interactive map on the red and blue markers to find information regarding garage and parking lots.

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Residential Parking Program

The Residential Parking Program operates in the Licking Riverside neighborhood. Vehicles parked within these zones must display a parking permit. Parking permits are valid for one year and expire in December.

Permit Application & Program Brochure

Residential Parking Permits are available on an annual basis to residents of the Parking Program Area for $25 each, which includes one visitor pass. A maximum of two permits and two visitor passes are allowed per household, per year. These passes are valid for the calendar year in which they are issued, renewable annually, and are coded to each resident/address or police verification purposes. Permits are window stickers, which should be placed in the rear window on the driver’s side of the resident’s vehicle. Residents who do not purchase Resident Parking Permits must comply with on-street signage requirements.

MainStrasse Parking

Please click here to view parking information regarding MainStrasse parking.

The City of Covington and ABM Parking have issued free MainStrasse 501 Lot Parking Permit passes in efforts to provide parking assistance for businesses and residents in the MainStrasse neighborhood. For more information regarding parking permits and to apply, click here.

501 Main Parking Mitigation Plan

The 501 Main Parking Mitigation Plan was developed in efforts to accommodate parking throughout the duration of the 501 Main development construction period and to help alleviate parking issues experienced in MainStrasse. To view the plan, click here.

Please note: On September 25, 2017, interior demolition of the 501 Main building in Mainstrasse occurred. As a result, construction fencing will be installed and parking around the building will be impacted. To help offset the loss of parking, the Smith Muffler section of the 501 Main Parking lot will become available for use.