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Revenue Protection

Maximize revenue collection and minimizes losses from unauthorized use or non-payment.

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Secure & Efficient

Secure & Efficient Parking Environments

Phoenix Parking Solutions works closely with our clients to develop custom enforcement plans that meet their specific needs. Our goal is to provide our clients with the most effective and efficient parking enforcement services possible. We understand that parking enforcement is an important part of managing a parking facility, and we are committed to helping our clients achieve their parking goals.

Implement a robust parking access revenue control system (PARCS) to prevent unauthorized parking and ensure that all parkers pay the correct fee.

Use technology to automate revenue collection and reporting, making it more difficult for theft or fraud to occur.

Conduct regular audits of revenue records and parking transactions to identify any potential discrepancies.

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Digital Enforcement

Digital enforcement is a cutting-edge technology that uses license plate recognition (LPR) cameras to monitor parking facilities and identify vehicles that are not in compliance. LPR cameras can be used to enforce a variety of parking rules, including:

Overstaying the parking time limit

Parking in unauthorized areas

Parking without a valid permit

Parking in handicapped spaces without a permit

Digital enforcement is a highly accurate and efficient way to enforce parking rules. It can also help to improve the safety and security of parking facilities.

Manual Enforcement

In states where digital enforcement is not allowed, or where it is not practical, Phoenix Parking Solutions utilizes manual enforcement. Manual enforcement is carried out by trained and experienced parking enforcement officers who patrol parking facilities and issue citations to vehicles that are not in compliance. Visit Enforce Plus to see our platform of choice for manual enforcement.

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Booting & Towing

In some cases, it may be necessary to boot or tow vehicles that are in violation of parking rules. For example, a vehicle may be booted if it has accumulated multiple unpaid parking tickets. A vehicle may be towed if it is parked in a way that is blocking traffic or creating a safety hazard.

Contact Us For Revenue Protection

At Phoenix Parking Solutions, we offer a wide range of parking management services tailored to meet your specific needs. Our solutions are designed to optimize the guest experience while maximizing profitability through digital revenue controls. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you.