Parking, Scratch Cards, Season Tickets (2.5.28.L1 )
Parking Scratch Cards and Season tickets
Updated: January 2017
Words you may need to know
Polices - checks/ looks after
Honorary Police Officers - these are members of the Public who offer their time without payment to assist the States, paid police in their duties. It is an ancient voluntary service to the community
Issue - give out
Fine - this is a sum of money you have to pay as a penalty for breaking a rule or the law
Parking offence notices - this is often called a parking ticket
Who polices parking in Jersey
The Department for Infrastructure employs the Parking Control Officers (formerly traffic wardens). The officers patrol:
- Five multi-storey car parks
- Seventeen surface car parks - including Red Houses, St Aubins (around Parish Hall) and St Brelades Bay
- 'On street' parking in St Helier
Office: Sand Street Car Park, telephone 448660
The Parish of St Helier employs Parish Wardens who patrol the Resident’s Parking Zones in St Helier and other areas in St Helier during the early evening. Some other Parishes also employ traffic wardens who patrol areas within those parishes.
Honorary Police Officers in all Parishes may also issue parking offence notices, requiring payment of a fine, or attendance at the Parish Hall.
Issuing of parking offence notices
There are three types of offence notices
- issued by the a Parking Control Officer using a hand held machine - used in car parks, multi-storey car parks and on-street.
- issued by the Parish Wardens on behalf of the Parish of St Helier for on-street parking and some car parks.
- issued by Honorary Police
Paying for parking information - please click here