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COVID-19: Parking advice

Find out how to make contactless payments for parking using our car parks and what concessions are available for NHS staff and Social Care Responders.

Where can I park in Mid Devon?

We have a number of car parks within Mid Devon. Some are pay-and-display and some are free of charge.

Pay-and-display car parks

Click on the car parks listed below by town for tariff and other information:

Tiverton Cullompton Crediton
Beck Square car park Station Road car park High Street/St Saviour Way car park
Market Place car park   Market Street car park
Multi-storey car park    
Phoenix House car park    
Wellbrook Street car park    
Westexe South car park    
William Street car park    

Our car parks are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, as are our charges.

How can I pay for parking?

Tickets can be bought by vending machine using:

  • coins;
  • Chip and PIN;
  • Contactless card payments, or;
  • payment can be made via RingGo mobile services.

To activate our pay and display machines, please enter the last 3 characters of the vehicle registration and proceed to ticket and payment options.

Charging periods and tariffs are clearly displayed at each pay-and-display car park. It's the responsibility of all users to read the tariff board to ensure they comply with the conditions stated.

Do I have to pay if I have a blue badge?

Vehicles displaying a valid blue badge are required to pay, but are granted one hour’s extension to the expiry time on a valid Pay and Display ticket.

Do I have to pay if I have a motorbike?

Motorcycles which are parked in the dedicated motorcycle bays in our car parks can park free of charge. This does not include motorcycles with sidecars.

Can I get a parking permit?

Annual, six-monthly and three-monthly parking permits for long stay car parks are available for both daytime and overnight periods.

How are the council's car parks managed?

Our Enforcement Officers make regular patrols of our car parks and issue Parking Charge Notices for parking infringements, see Enforcement and challenges.

Please note: we're only responsible for parking that takes place in our car parks and on our land. On-street parking is the responsibility of Devon County Council.

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