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Paying parking tax

Parking your car or other vehicle is not free everywhere and at all times in the Netherlands. In some areas and at certain times you have to pay for parking. By paying for parking you also pay parking tax (parkeerbelasting). If you do not pay for parking where and when necessary you will be charged a penalty. This penalty is called a parking ticket (parkeerbon). If you disagree with the penalty you can challenge it with the municipality.

This is how it works for you

Your (future) place of residence falls under:

Here is some information from your municipality.

Payed parking

Many people visit the municipality of Culemborg. To keep the historic city center and surrounding streets accessible and liveable for visitors, residents and businesses, paid parking has been introduced in part of the city. From 4 January 2021, paid parking will also apply to electric vehicles.

The following (free) areas are available for long-term parkers: Rozenstraat, Palumbus and
Dr. Hockesingel. For the time being, parking is free at the Mariahof.

If you have not paid for parking, you will receive an additional parking tax. This is called a parking ticket. You will receive this parking ticket from the municipality.

If you have not paid for parking, you will be charged a penalty. This is referred to as a parkeerbon (parking ticket). The collection of additional charges is carried out by Channock Chase in Druten or the CJIB.

Questions about this topic?

Contact the Municipality of Culemborg

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Last updated on 22 September 2022