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New Parking Fees In Nairobi

by Victor Matara

If you already find parking in Nairobi a little pricey, there’s bad news: the new parking fees are coming into effect from 4th December. This is in accordance with the Nairobi County Financial Bill that was enacted into law on 25th September 2019. Parking charges in the CBD and Kijabe street have doubled from Ksh 200 to Ksh 400. Buses will now pay Ksh 1,000 per day according to the notice that was released by City Hall Director of Parking Services Tom Tinega.

Motorists parking in Westlands, Upper Hill, Community, Ngara, Highridge, Industrial Area, Gigiri, Kilimani, Yaya Centre, Allsops, Mwiki, Dagoretti, Kawangware, Kangemi, South B, C, Nairobi West, Lang’ata, Madaraka, Makadara, Buruburu, Umoja, Kayole, Embakasi, Donholm, Muthaiga, Milimani, Hurlingham, Lavington, Karen and Eastleigh will pay Ksh 200 per day.

Private vehicles will pay Ksh 7,000 for a one-month parking ticket, Ksh 18,000 for three months, Ksh 18,000 for six months, and Ksh 55,000 for an annual parking ticket. Below is a detailed table with the new parking fees.

 

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Category

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Area

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Charges

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Zone 1

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CBD and Kijabe

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400

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Zone II

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Westlands, Upper Hill, Community, Ngara, Highridge, Industrial Area, Gigiri, Kilimani, Yaya Centre, Allsops, Mwiki, Dagoretti, Kawangware, Kangemi, South B, C, Nairobi West, Lang’ata, Madaraka, Makadara, Buruburu, Umoja, Kayole, Embakasi, Donholm, Muthaiga, Milimani, Hurlingham, Lavington, Karen and Eastleigh

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200

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Zone III

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All other commercial centres not in zone I and II

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100

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Seasonal tickets for private vehicles

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Unit of measure

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Charges

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1 month

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7,000

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2 months

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18,000

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3 months

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32,000

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1 year

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55,000

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Loss of ticket

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1,000

 

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