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All council car parks in the city centre (apart from St David's MSCP) are open and are currently free.

 

All council beach/foreshore car parks are open and charges apply.

 

All suburban car parks are open.

 

Please note that public toilets at beach car parks, which closed as part of the lockdown, will remain closed for the foreseeable future, in line with Welsh Government guidance.

 

Park and ride services are suspended until further notice.

 

Coronavirus: parking and public transport updates

P for parking

Car parks

Details of all our car parks in and around Swansea including maps, charges and how to purchase a season ticket.

Many of our Park and Ride and city centre car parks have been awarded the Park Mark® Safer ParkingOpens new window award. The award means the car park has been vetted by the police and includes measures to make the environment safer for you and your vehicle .

Our car parks are split into city centre, suburban and beach and promenade parking.  More information about each car park is available on each page. You can also find out information on our car park maps. This will provide more detailed information including number of spaces and places of interest nearby.

All pay and display machines and payment machines in the multi storey and park and ride car parks have been upgraded to accept the new £1.

What are the new machines about?  

We have informed the major business organisations who have permits arranged with us of the changes. If you are a permit holder and need further information about the changes you may need to make as part of this process, please contact carparkfaults@swansea.gov.uk  or speak to a member of the team via the intercom at the car park exit when you leave.

 Frequently Asked Questions

I want to park... in the city centre,  near the beach,  on Gower,  in Morriston,  in Gorseinon,  in Gowerton,  in Pontarddulais,  in Brynhyfryd

Motorbike parking for bikes in Council car parks

Where the car park does not have designated motorcycle bays, you should park in an area that is not restricted and does not cause an obstruction. Parking in a safe non-restricted location is free to all motorcyclists. Alternatively you should park in a designated car park bay, you are required to purchase a pay and display ticket for your motorcycle, charges are displayed on the tariff board. Parking in a bay is NOT free.

Refunds - if you would like to request a refund because of a problem with a payment machine - please email parking.refunds@swansea.gov.uk or post a letter to Parking Services, PO Box 588, Swansea.  SA1 9GD  Include a detailed explanation why you are requesting a refund. Please note that refunds will not be made for overpayments unless there is a fault with the machine.

Please provide your full name and postal address, as not all refunds can be credited back onto cards and cheques may have to be posted out.

Checks will be carried out to ensure the refund can be given, this is for audit purposes.  If no refund can be issued a response will be sent with a full explanation.

If you have any queries or comments regarding parking issues or wish to report any fault please email carparkfaults@swansea.gov.uk or phone 01792 635959, open Monday - Thursday 8.30am - 5.00pm, and Fridays 8.30am - 4.30pm.

City centre car parks

Information on our car parks in the city centre including the location, number of spaces, opening times and nearby locations.

Beach and promenade car parks

We provide car parks with easy access to the promenade, Mumbles and areas of Gower.

Suburban car parks

Information on each of our car parks including the location, number of spaces and nearby locations.

Car parking charges

Parking charges for car parks managed by the City and County of Swansea.

Car park season ticket

Information on how to buy a car park season ticket.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the new machines about?

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