The CPA provides enforcement for and manages daily, hourly and monthly parking at the ATB Campus. Located at the intersection of Métis Trail and 64 Avenue NE, the site contains 700 stalls and provides flexible parking options for both staff and visitors.
Our relationship with the City of Kelowna began with the municipality pilot testing our monthly parking system to determine its suitability for their parking operations. We are proud that Kelowna will be using our system to manage parking lots in 2020.
The CPA partnered with Landstar to manage the parking supply at this inner-city lot in Inglewood. With just 19 stalls at a prime location on 9th Avenue SE, compliance is the key to successfully managing parking turnover at this site.
The CPA is excited to provide parking services to local businesses in the area of 17th Avenue and 4th Street at Lot 82. This 130-stall location brings all the benefits of ParkPlus technology to the communities of Mission, Cliff Bungalow and the Beltline.
Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
We are thrilled to provide parking management services to the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium. With over 800 parking stalls, including a six-level parkade, the CPA supports daily operations as well as monthly and yearly parkers.
The CPA is proud to work with West Campus Development to provide parking services in the University District. We are currently managing parking operations on a 214-stall surface parking lot with plans to expand to meet the growing complement of commercial and residential options in this vibrant community.
Brookfield Residential YMCA at Seton
The CPA is supporting Calgary’s newest health and wellness facility, the YMCA in Seton, by providing parking and enforcement services in this 996-stall lot. Our goal is to ensure convenient parking for patrons in a flexible manner.
Customer Service Enhancements
Residential Parking Permit Improvements
2019 marked a milestone for the CPA’s online Residential Parking Permit system. Not only has it been two years since the system transitioned from paper to electronic permits, but it was also the first time residents were able to start and stop visitors parking sessions on their cell phones. In response to citizen feedback, our team of developers added features to allow this fast and easy way to manage visitor sessions through the MyParking App, which is already used by Calgarians to pay for parking on street and in our parkades and surface lots.