Parking Tag

Useful Links
Contact Parking Tag

Tel: 0818 300 161

Pay by texting "Park Zone time" to 53311
calling 01 244 9999 and follow the instructions
online at


The Parking Tag Pay by Phone initiative complements the existing Paid Parking  arrangements and will work in every paid parking area of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown.  The motorist parks in any of the Council's paid parking spaces and makes the transaction by a short phone call or by sending a text message.  The service is ready to use immediately after registration and provides motorists with the choice of paying for parking without having to buy a ticket from a meter.

Once registered, motorists are required to check local signage, look for the two letter zone code and send a text containing the word Park, the zone code and parking duration in minutes, e.g. Park DA 60 = Parking in zone DA for 60 minutes.  To avail of the discounted daily parking rate, text Park, the zone and 1d, e.g. Park DA 1d = Parking in zone DA for 1 day.

Motorists who are unsure of the zone or do not see signage should call 0818 300 161.

Full information on Parking Tag is available at or by phoning the Parking Tag call centre on 0818 300 161.

How to use Parking Tag:

Register - By clicking or calling 0818 300 161

Park - In any valid parking bay

Please ensure you park safely and legally – check local signage for restrictions

Pay- By texting 'Park Zone time' to 53311 or calling 01 244 9999 and follow the instructions

E.g. Park DA 180 = parking in the Zone DA for 3 hours

Park DA 1d = parking in the Zone DA for 1 day

If you have multiple cars on your account please include your vehicle registration e.g. Park DA 60 00D1234

Confirm – If using the SMS service please ensure that you receive a confirmation SMS to validate parking.

Please do not reply to the confirmation message all parking payments must be sent to 53311.


If motorists do not wish to avail of this new system they can continue to use the existing parking ticket machines. In this instance paid parking tickets should be displayed in front windscreens in the normal way.


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