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Off-street parking

Off-street public car parks are often the responsibility of the local district or borough council.

Penalty Charge Notices (PCN’s) for parking contraventions in off-street car parks are payable to the district or borough council that issued the PCN. The issuing authority logo and name will be displayed on the PCN together with an a PCN Number that has a two-letter prefix that is unique to that authority.

Only payments for PCN’s that contain a PCN Number that begin with the prefix GE, can be made to Staffordshire County Council online.

For further information in relation to off-street parking provision by district and borough councils within Staffordshire, please use the following links:

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