St. Louis Parking Rates To Rise In 2015Metered spots to go up a quarter to fifty cents, depending on the demand.
Treasurer's Office Selects Xerox, Parkmobile to Upgrade 7,000 Parking MetersThe city treasurer's office is planning to replace 7,000 parking meters with a new type that would take payment from credit cards, coins or smart phones.
PARK(ing) Day Is Coming To St. Louis
City Treasurer Defends Parking Tickets for Breast Cancer MarchersTishaura Jones is defending her policy of giving out parking tickets at expired meters during the Komen Race for the Cure this past weekend.
Larry Conners: Reardon Roundtable & Illinois Congressman John ShimkusIllinois Congressman John Shimkus joins the show and talks about the House Beghazi commission and Lois Lerner and the IRS.
St. Louis Treasurer Seeks Opinions on Parking TechnologyCurrently, there are four vendors competing for the city's Integrated Parking Technology contract and input is needed.
Moving St. Louis Parking Into The 21st CenturyAs a series of meeting about parking in St. Louis wrapped up this week, Treasurer Tishaura Jones said lots of good ideas were thrown out that will "move parking in the city from the 19th to the 21st century."
210 Parking Tickets Issued Downtown SaturdayApparently a number of people were either unaware or didn't care that the grace period over downtown parking meters had ended.
Parking Meter Ticketing Begins Tomorrow DowntownJared Boyd, Chief of Staff to Treasurer Tishaura Jones, tells KMOX that while some don't like the change, others, including many businesses, applaud it because it promotes turnover.
Demolition Permit For Cupples 7 Coming This Week"It's time," City Treasurer Tishaura Jones said. "I mean, we've had ten warehouses there and we saved eight. I think that's a pretty good percentage."
City Treasurer Praises Credit Card Compatible Parking Meters"We just returned from the International Parking Institute's conference and yes, we didn't see a coin meter on the convention floor," Tishaura Jones said.
No More Free Parking On Opening Day"I'm not saying I'm not a baseball fan. However, my first obligation is to the taxpayers of the city of St. Louis," Treasurer Jones said.