Three Rivers District Council provides good value, convenient spaces for people to park locally, actively managing over 920 spaces in 50 car parks in our towns and villages.
Replacement of parking payment machines with
new solar, ticketless machines
Our parking payment machines will be replaced from November 2022, with new machines that do not require you to display a ticket. Simply enter your car number plate, select a free 1-hour session or pay for a longer session - and walk away.
To help you remember your number plate, you can collect a wallet-sized 'number plate flash card' from the Council's Visitor Centre during office hours.
Rickmansworth, Croxley and London Underground car parks
You can find short-stay and long-stay car parks using the map below, which you can download or print.
For more information on the London Underground car parks in the district, please visit the NCP website .
Electric vehicle charging is available at Community Way car park, off Barton Way, Croxley Green WD3 3SU.
Parking for blue badge holders
You can use the interactive map below to find parking for general use by blue badge holders around Three Rivers District. Look for the symbol in a dark blue circle.
Dedicated bays are located both in Three Rivers car parks and around shopping areas, in local High Streets and permit parking zones. Please note that where parking is provided for payment, fees apply to all drivers.
Blue badge holders can apply for an advisory blue badge bay to help them park closer to their residence.
Replacement of parking payment machines with new solar, ticketless machines
Drivers will no longer be issued with tickets when they pay to park in car parks across Three Rivers district, after new paperless ticket machines are installed.
There will be no change to the price of tickets. The parking payment machines in Three Rivers District Council’s public car parks are to be replaced with ticketless machines that register car number plates rather than printing tickets. The move is designed to make parking easier for motorists and reduce machine failure, printing and paper use. It will also reduce the need for enforcement officers’ time.
Under the new parking arrangement, users do not have to return to car to display a ticket – but will pay for the time they have been parked. There will be no change to the price of tickets. Each parking machine is solar powered, and has a large, easy-use keypad to enter vehicle registration.
The service will start in late November with a seamless changeover from ticket machines to ticketless.