Sharjah Introduces Innovative Parking Subscription Service for Residents and Businesses

Under the subscription scheme, individuals and establishments can benefit from a variety of options tailored to their specific needs. Subscription fees vary depending on the duration and type of subscription selected, providing flexibility and affordability for users

Sharjah, UAE: In a bid to enhance urban mobility and streamline services for residents and businesses alike, Sharjah has unveiled a groundbreaking new public parking subscription service.

Rolled out on Monday, this initiative marks a significant step forward in the city’s commitment to providing efficient and accessible parking solutions.


The newly introduced subscription service offers individuals the opportunity to acquire a personal subscription for one month, covering two zones of their choice within Sharjah city.

This addition to the existing range of parking options underscores the government’s dedication to improving urban infrastructure and ensuring the convenience of its citizens.

Under the subscription scheme, individuals and establishments can benefit from a variety of options tailored to their specific needs. Subscription fees vary depending on the duration and type of subscription selected, providing flexibility and affordability for users.

One of the most notable features of the new service is the exceptional parking subscription category, which offers a 20% discount to eligible individuals.

This category is open to UAE citizens who are retired, elderly, government employees, students, social service beneficiaries, or holders of specific cards such as the homeland protectors card or Waffer card.

To apply for an exceptional parking subscription, individuals must provide essential documents such as their Emirates ID, vehicle registration card, and discount eligibility proof. Commercial subscriptions require additional documentation, including a trade license for businesses.


Applications for exceptional subscriptions are exclusively submitted through approved service centers designated by the Sharjah City Municipality, ensuring a streamlined and efficient process for applicants.

Last year, Sharjah introduced free parking subscriptions for people of determination, further demonstrating its commitment to inclusivity and accessibility.

initiative simplified the parking process for individuals with disabilities and promoted a more inclusive environment in public spaces.

One of the key innovations accompanying this service is the virtual linking of subscription cards to the parking system. Eligible individuals can now access their parking benefits without the need to physically place the card on their vehicle’s windshield.

This virtual linking process not only enhances convenience but also minimizes the risk of card loss or damage.

Moreover, the entire process, from application to activation, has been made customer-friendly, with eligible individuals now able to complete the process online without the need for physical visits to municipality offices.

By introducing this innovative parking subscription service, Sharjah is not only addressing the growing demand for parking solutions but also setting a precedent for other cities to follow.

The emphasis on accessibility, convenience, and inclusivity reflects the city’s commitment to creating a vibrant and sustainable urban environment for all its residents and businesses.

In conclusion, Sharjah’s new public parking subscription service represents a significant milestone in the city’s journey towards enhancing urban mobility and improving the overall quality of life for its citizens.

With its diverse range of options, streamlined application process, and innovative features, this initiative is poised to revolutionize the way parking is managed and accessed in the city.


This article was created using automation technology and was thoroughly edited and fact-checked by one of our editorial staff members

Tariq Saeed


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