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The Parking Management Blog by SecurePark

Are you happy with your parking management setup?

Posted by Ryan Miyagishima

We're not really in the parking technology business - we're in the parking solution business.

Today's parking landscape is always changing, and the more we know, the better we can create those solutions. We'd be thrilled if you filled out the quick, four-question survey below, so we can help serve you better! 

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Topics: parking management, customer success

Commercial property managers: visitor parking management can make your facilities more secure. Here's How.

Posted by Dylan Sharp

If you’re a commercial property manager, you’ll likely be familiar with parking problems – as well as some of the available solutions. A large proportion of commercial properties, however, don’t currently utilize a visitor management parking solution. Here are three reasons why it’s better to implement something sooner rather than later, for the sake of security.

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Topics: commercial parking, securepark visitor management, parking management

Parking for Houses of Worship: Problems and Solutions

Posted by Dylan Sharp

If you attend a house of worship in a city of any size, you know what we mean when we say that parking is at a premium. How many times have you rushed out the door early, maybe with your kids in tow, to make sure you get a spot close to the door? How often have you been anxious about whether or not you'll find a spot at all for Christmas or Rosh Hashanah services?

If you manage facilities for a church, synagogue, mosque, temple or any other house of worship with a large congregation that drives, you'll be familiar with the other side of the coin: you're responsible for managing the chaos that happens on major holy days, and the occasional disagreements in the parking lot between congregants. But it's not just major holidays or weekend services that cause issues - and create opportunities - with your parking resources.

Read on to discover some solutions to your house of worship's parking woes - and a few revenue generation opportunities as well.

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Topics: church parking, synagogue parking, mosque parking, temple parking, parking management, parking enforcement, securepark visitor management, securepark enforcement

Effective Solutions to 2 of a Hotel's Most Pressing Parking Problems

Posted by Dylan Sharp

If you manage parking for a hotel, we don't have to tell you how difficult it can be to deal with all of the many parking issues that come up.

The good news is that we've got some easy and effective solutions to two of the most common, and most pressing, parking problems that hotels face: high-demand, low-supply parking and parking for special events. Read on to learn more.

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Topics: hotels, hotel parking, hotel parking management, parking management, parking enforcement

For hotels, parking is a precious resource. Here's why.

Posted by Dylan Sharp

Let's say you're going on vacation, and you're looking at your hotel options. You're going on a roadtrip, or you're renting a car at your destination so you can explore.

This hotel has a better rate! This hotel offers a room with a view! This one has a pool. But this one has free parking. Or flat-rate parking, in the heart of a large metropolis. Or underground heated parking, in winter, in Michigan. 

Now let's say you're a hotel manager. What kind of parking experience will you want to offer guests? The fact is that parking - or lack thereof - is a factor in how guests choose a hotel.

There are many reasons why hotel managers should care about managing their parking resources properly. Read on to learn about just a few.

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Topics: hotels, hotel parking, parking management, hotel parking management

Can your Texas HOA regulate parking on public streets?

Posted by John White

Occasionally, we feature reader questions on the SecurePark blog: we know that parking rules vary between jurisdictions, and as parking management experts, we've seen pretty much every parking situation known to humankind. Today, a reader writes in from Texas:

Q: A tenant of a property adjacent to my HOA often occupies much-coveted street parking with his vehicle. As the HOA regulates parking on the street, is it within their rights to ticket his vehicle? 

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Topics: HOA parking, parking enforcement, hoa parking enforcement, parking management, visitor management

Why You Need To Manage Your Visitor Parking – And How To Do It Properly

Posted by John White

Visitor parking is an essential resource for the people who visit your residents or tenants. If this parking resource is not managed or is mismanaged, it will not provide the benefits you intended it to provide and will cause unnecessary frustration to both you, as a community or property manager, as well as residents and visitors to your property.

There are two primary reasons to manage your visitor parking properly: the resource argument, and the security argument. Although the relative priority of each of these reasons may be different depending on what kind of property you’re managing, both of these reasons are valid, and both of them are important.

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Topics: parking, parking permits, visitor parking, parking management

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Here's what you can do:

  • Get started using our Android app and write your first ticket in 5 minutes or less
  • Create and manage parking permits for visitors, weekly/monthly parking, and more
  • Write parking violation tickets, enforce them and let parkers pay them online
  • Manage all of your parking resource information using a cloud-based, easy-to-use database
  • And tons more.


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