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Parking Regulations

Parking Regulations For Tel Aviv-Yafo Residents

Parking in the city is permitted in parking lots or adjacent to sidewalks, and under certain restrictions, sidewalk parking. There are two parking systems for parking alongside the city's sidewalks:


 

  • The Color System, which determines along which sidewalks parking is permitted or prohibited. 
  • The Zone System, which determines who can park along certain sidewalks free of charge (residents of the zone), and who has to pay to park (at night, parking is prohibited to non-residents or residents of a different parking zone).

To pay your parking fine, please enter the payment system

The Color System

 
 

 


 

Sidewalks in Tel Aviv-Yafo are painted to indicate whether parking is permitted or prohibited:


 

Gray (no color) – parking is allowed under the restrictions listed on parking signs located in the beginning of the street.

 

Red-and-white stripes – parking is prohibited.


 

Red-and-gray stripes – parking depends on information provided on parking signs located in the beginning of the street.


 

Blue-and-white stripes:

  • Non-residents – paid parking is allowed between the hours 9:00am – 5:00pm under the restrictions listed on parking signs located in the beginning of the street. Between the hours 5:00pm – 09:00am parking is prohibited, unless parking signs located in the beginning of the street indicate otherwise.
  • City Residents – city-wide parking is allowed free of charge between the hours 9:00am – 5:00pm for all vehicles bearing a parking sticker for residents. Between the hours 5:00pm – 09:00am parking is only allowed for vehicles with a parking sticker that matches the parking zone, unless parking signs located in the beginning of the street indicate otherwise.
  • On several streets in Tel Aviv-Yafo parking is prohibited 24/7 to non-city residents, and permitted only to residents with a parking sticker that matches the parking zone.

Please Advise: The determining factor in deciding whether parking is allowed or prohibited are the instructions on the parking signs in the beginning of the street. Mind that instructions may be different for each side of the street.

 

Parking regulations in place since 2012:

  1. We have enabled Tel Aviv-Yafo residents with a parking sticker to park their vehicles all across the city without payment in regular parking spaces (blue and white) and in accordance with road signs. For more information, click here.
  2. We have doubled the amount of  “close to home” parking lots.
  3. We have increased discount rates to 75% (instead of 50%) in the municipal “Achuzot Ha’hof” parking lots. (The University Parking Lot, the Carmel Parking Lot, the Golda Parking Lot, and the Beit Adar Alef Parking Lot are not part of the new arrangement, and their discount rate for Tel Aviv-Yafo residents remains 50%.)
  4. We have added free of charge night parking lots for owners of relevant parking stickers.

The Zone System

In order to provide free parking to city residents, the city has been divided into several parking zones:

  • During the day, between 9:00am and 5:00pm, residents with a parking sticker on their vehicle can park in all permitted parking spaces across the city, free of charge. Non-residents must pay for parking. 
  • Afterwards, between 5:00pm and 9:00am the following day, parking is permitted to residents of the parking zone who have a matching parking sticker on their vehicle. Non-residents are not allowed to park their vehicles, unless indicated otherwise by road signs in the beginning of the street.


 

Not sure which parking zone you belong to? Check out the parking areas map.

List of parking zones (all additional information about the parking zones is in Hebrew):

  • Parking Zone 1
  • Parking Zones 5, 9, 10
  • Parking Zone 2
  • Parking Zone 30
  • Parking Zone 4
  • Parking Zone 50

Disabled Parking

 
 

Disabled parking is available to Tel Aviv-Yafo’s residents according to the criteria below. Please note: handicapped parking tags are only issued by the Ministry of Transport and not by the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality.

 

 

 

How To Apply for a Handicapped Parking Tag?
Application- submit a request by mail, fax, email or visit the Parking Division Offices during working hours.
Application Process- the application form and required documents are transferred to the supervisors responsible for handling these requests. Your request will be reviewed and a handicapped parking tags will be be supplied to you based on eligibility. The process may take up to 30 days.
Allocation of Parking Space- Following approval of the request, a traffic sign will be placed on the parking space provided to you. Assignment of a personal parking space is free of charge for those eligible to one.
Valid Parking Space- The assigned parking space will be valid as long as the handicapped parking tag is valid. The tag must be renewed according to provisions of the Ministry of Transport. In the event of moving, changing places of employment, changing vehicles or death, the Ministry of Transport must be notified.

 

Disabled Parking- Transportation Branch
Address: 4 Sderot Sha’ul HaMelech Street, London Ministore, Floor 1, Room 128
Email: tnuaparking@mail.tel-aviv.gov.il
Telephone: 03-7247703
Fax: 03-7240111