Illegal and inconsiderate parking is more than an inconvenience, it can be dangerous for pedestrians and other road users.
To avoid receiving a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN), follow the signs.
Please pay your Penalty Charge on time to avoid further expense.
Option 1: Pay
To pay your Penalty Charge Notice (PCN), please enter your PCN number.
Option 2: Appeal
Do you feel that your PCN is unfair?
Would you like to dispute your PCN?
Derbyshire County Council have taken over responsibility for enforcing parking restrictions on the streets of Derbyshire (excluding Derby city) and traditional traffic wardens have been replaced by Civil Enforcement Officers (CEOs).
This is known as Civil Parking Enforcement (CPE) and ParkSmarter is the civil parking enforcement partnership that will enforce off-street and on-street car parking in Derbyshire.
Parking enforcement will:
The rules on parking havenít changed - only who will be issuing Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs). New teams of civil enforcement officers will be out and about across Derbyshire and they will issue PCNs to motorists who donít stick to the parking rules.
If you pay the PCN within 14 days the charge will be £35 for a serious offence or £25 for a minor offence. These rise to either £70 or £50 after 14 days.
On this website you can pay any PCNs you receive, find out how to challenge or appeal your PCN, and access our polices on enforcement and parking.
ParkSmarter is a partnership between Derbyshire County Council and the eight district and borough councils:
It does not include Derby City Council.
The councils are members of the Parking and Traffic Regulations Outside London (PATROL) Adjudication Joint Committee. The joint committee publishes an Annual Statement of Accounts which is subject to external audit and the arrangements for 2010/11 can be found at Patrol UK (opens in a new window) (opens in a new window).
If you have any questions about civil parking enforcement please contact us
Get to know who you are dealing with...
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The Derbyshire County Civil Parking initiative is lead by the partnership of the eight district councils and Derbyshire County Council...
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