A lot of businesses have been announcing hikes this week in response to soaring inflation, input costs and exchange rates. City Parking has now added their name to that growing list albeit with a rather modest price hike compared to the eye-popping price hikes we have been seeing.

Below are City Parking’s full announcements on the new tariffs that will come into effect on 1 May:

PUBLIC NOTICE

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PARKING TARIFF REVIEW

This notice serves to inform the motoring public that on-street parking tariff in Harare CBD has been adjusted from $150 ZWL to $190 ZWL per hour.

The adjustments are with effect from the 1st of May 2022.

Park, pay and go with Park Assist self-service platfrom. Download Park Assist mobile app from the Google play Store or simply dial *192# to pay for parking.

Motorists who park for longer duration are encouraged to make use of our safe,secure and affordable parkets and parking lots.

Please pay parking fees to avoid inconveniences.

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City Parking’s announcement

As already said this is rather tame and most people are likely to just shrug it off unlike the bread price hike for example. There is still a possibility that City Parking will announce another price hike but as things stand people are unlikely to be concerned.