Entertainment District (Dickson St.)

Pay for Parking

Pay Stations in the Entertainment District (Dickson Street Area)

How to use the MS3 Pay by Plate stations:

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How to us the IPS MS3 Multi-space pay station (pay-by-plate).

Press any key on the pay station to start.

  1. Enter your license plate number and press "OK".
  2. Insert card or coins
    • Contactless payment options include credit card, smart watch, or smartphone
  3. Select time using the blue buttons, or by tapping "+" (plus) or "-" (minus) onscreen. 
  4. Press "OK"

For digital receipts, visit: myparkingreceipt.com.

Parking Rates

Parking Decks, Parking Lots and On-Street Parking

Payment to park in these areas can be made through Pay Stations, located throughout the district, or with a smartphone using the convenient ParkMobile app.

  • Note: Pay Stations will accept pre-payments prior to enforcement hours. Pre-payment will register time during the hours of enforcement for the amount requested.

View the Entertainment District Parking Map (PDF) for locations of parking decks, parking lots and on-street parking.

Parking Deck Rates

Dates8 am - 6 pm6 pm - 2 am
Sunday - WednesdayFirst two hours: Free
($1 per hour beginning with third hour)
$1 per hour
Thursday, Friday, SaturdayFirst two hours: Free
($1 per hour beginning with third hour)
$1.50 per hour


Parking Lot Rates

Dates8 am - 6 pm6 pm - 2 am
Sunday - Wednesday$0.50 per hour$0.50 per hour
Thursday, Friday, Saturday$0.50 per hour$1 per hour


Core On-Street Rates

Dates8 am -  6 pm6 pm - 2 am
Sunday - Wednesday$1 per hour$1 per hour
Thursday, Friday, Saturday$1 per hour$1.50 per hour


Secondary On-Street Rates

Dates8 am - 6pm6 pm - 2 am
Sunday - Saturday (Every day)Free$0.50 per hour


Map showing core and secondary on-street zones, as well as City parking deck and surface lot locations.

Parking Programs (Permits)

Dickson Street Entertainment District Monthly Permit (South Zone) 

(Effective January 1, 2024)

A limited number of Dickson Street Entertainment District Monthly Permits (South Zone) can be purchased for monthly use at a cost of $100 per month.  This permit allows the permit holder to park the permitted vehicle in designated areas south of Dickson Street without the requirement of paying at the pay station or via the ParkMobile app.  This permit can be purchased online in the City of Fayetteville's Parking Permit System portal.  Please see the map below for designated areas.

West Avenue Parking Deck Permit (Effective January 1, 2024)

A limited number of West Avenue Parking Deck Permits can be purchased for monthly use at a cost of $100 per month.  This permit allows the permit holder to park the permitted vehicle in the West Avenue Parking Deck without the requirement of paying at the pay station or via the ParkMobile app.  This permit can be purchased online in the City of Fayetteville's Parking Permit System portal.  Please see the map below for location of the West Avenue Parking Deck.

Employee Parking Discount

Reduced parking rates are available for those that work in the Entertainment District. Upon submitting the required employment information, an employee parking discount code can be obtained through the Parking Management Office. This code reduces the parking rate for the employee by 90% in designated areas.

Residential Parking

"Residential-Parking-Only" areas of the Entertainment District require a residential parking permit. Residents can obtain their permits free of charge from the Parking Management Office.

The completed enrollment form(s) and required documentation may be brought to the Parking Management Office, 416 W. Spring Street, for processing. We will have your permits ready for you in just a few minutes. If you are unable to come to the office, you may fax, scan and email, or mail the form(s) and documentation to us. We will be glad to process your paperwork and mail the appropriate permits to you.

Questions? Contact the Parking Management Office at 479-575-8280 or via email.

Private Parking Lots: Requirements for Wheel-Clamp (Booting) Operators

Certain privately owned parking lots throughout the Entertainment District are made available for public parking. Please pay close attention to the signs displayed at these lots - payment is likely required and the lot owners enforce their parking regulations by either towing or booting vehicles who do not comply with their payment regulations.

The City does not engage in these enforcement practices on the parking facilities that it manages, however towing and booting are mechanisms approved by the City Council to provide a means of enforcement for lots owned and managed by private entities. City Code §72.73 outlines the requirements of these private wheel clamp operators, which include:

  1. The parking lot owner, manager, company or other entity which has installed wheel clamps or boots upon overparked vehicles may not charge more than $40.00 total to place and remove the boot on a vehicle. They must accept valid credit and debit cards and cash for the payment allowed at the parking lot and may accept any other form of payment. An accurate and legible receipt for this payment must immediately be provided to the vehicle owner or operator.
  2. The private pay-to-park lot owner, manager, company or other entity shall immediately answer every telephone call for the number displayed upon the wheel clamp/booting warning sign after a vehicle has been booted as long as such vehicle remains in the company's possession. The entity must respond to any telephone call or other notice from the vehicle's owner or operator and remove the wheel clamp within 15 minutes of such call or notice if the owner or operator has paid the allowed fee. All wheel clamp company employees dealing with customers must wear a company uniform and display a company photo ID.
  3. Every wheel clamp employee who may come into contact with the public must pass a background check and obtain a permit from the Parking Division before beginning employment with the wheel clamp company. The cost to obtain the wheel clamp company employee permit is $5.00.
  4. Private lots must include signage at the parking lot entrances detailing their enforcement practices along with contact information to report questions or concerns.

Allegations of wrongdoing or non-compliance with these requirements may be reported to the City Prosecutor’s Office.