About Baltimore, Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland offers visitors and residents alike with a wide array of activities and places to explore within its city limits, and with Baltimore being the largest city in Maryland as well as being a major seaport and a huge stomping ground for major federal government agencies—there’s a ton to do!
The climate in Baltimore is best during mid-September to early-November. The summers, although toasty and humid, result in some amazing lightning storms. The rest of the year is what you would expect from a coastal city: brisk winters and easy-going spring, with some additional showers.
Though the weather is fair, it’s not the only thing one should experience when they arrive in Charm City:
- Artscape: Go all out and attend one of the area’s largest free arts festival, which lasts three days. With hundreds of artists from fine artists and fashion designers to craftspeople, literary, and culinary artists, there is definitely something for everyone.
- Baltimore Orioles: Catch a home game at Oriole Park and cheer on the beloved local baseball team, the Baltimore Orioles. You might join in as the locals sing along to the traditional seventh inning stretch song: “Thank God I’m A Country Boy” by John Denver.
- Baltimore Basilica: Otherwise known as “America’s First Cathedral”, this beautifully, archaic building was constructed by the “Father of American Architecture”, Benjamin Henry Latrobe and it was completed and consecrated in the same year: 1821. Fairly recently, in 2006, the cathedral and a major renovation done to it which cost the Catholic church over $34 million.
- Edgar Allen Poe’s House & Museum: Preserving the memory of a great American writer, poet, editor and literary critic, the Poe House on North Amity St. includes exhibits on Poe’s foster parents, his life and death and his many poems and short stories written in Baltimore.
- Star-Spangled Banner Flag House: This museum, located in the Jonestown/Old Town district of eastern downtown Baltimore is dedicated to one Mary Young Pickersgill. Mary was assisted by her mother and niece in designing and fabricating America’s first flag, the Star-Spangled Banner.
Parking Issues in Baltimore
As you can see, Baltimore is a significantly popular place to live, explore and play, which means more people, more drivers and a higher demand for available parking space.
Additionally, the COVID-19 pandemic has done a lot to restrict commercial businesses like retail shops and restaurants. We’re seeing an increase in curbside pickup and longer wait times for orders. Fortunately, Baltimore, along with various cities across the country, have implemented a temporary program that will allow a business to apply for a temporary parking zone.
But this doesn’t mean that additional lot spaces aren’t being fought over.
Fortunately, that’s where Parking Pass comes into play. While we don’t offer temporary zones, we can help you manage your commercial or residential public or private parking space.
Baltimore Parking Lot Solutions
Whether you’re a member of an HOA, a multifamily development, a towing company or apartment complex manager, we can help you put your parking management solutions in order without using a paper-based system!
The industries we currently serve include, but are not limited to:
- Multifamily: We can help set clear rules and regulations to avoid any unnecessary fighting about who can park where.
- Condominiums & HOAs: Using our centralized database, you can easily regulate drivers coming in and out of your property based on updated digital lease paperwork.
- Security & Lot Enforcement: Using our automated license plate readers, your security and lot enforcement can cut their time in half while patrolling your lot.
- Concerts & Sporting Events: During concerts, sporting events and festivals, parking lots can become quite a zoo. Get rid of extraordinarily long lines and streamline your attendee’s parking experience.
- Universities: Students and faculty don’t want to wait around for class to get out to have an available space. Avoid the confrontation and let Parking Pass get to work quick helping your security and patrol teams enforce your specific parking policies.
- Commercial & Business: As a parking management software provider, we make it easier to enforce secure parking measures at commercial and business parking lots.
Parking Management Services in Baltimore
Parking Pass is your one-stop solution for parking lot management. We have developed a range of tools which can help improve everyday parking enforcement:
- Parking Revenue Calculator
- Visitor Parking Management Solutions
- Automated License Plate Readers
- Online Registration & Approval
- Parking Enforcement Solutions
- Assigned Spot Management Solutions
- Detailed Parking Reports
- Online Parking Citations
Whether it’s just one issue, or many, at Parking Pass, we have total solutions for any type of parking issue you need resolved.
Assigned Parking Spot Management
Easily assign and manage parking spaces in your parking lot or parking garage.
Manage your digital parking permits online for ease-of-access, including online parking reports and citations to easily enforce your parking policies and regulations.
Visitor Parking Management
24/7 paperless online guest vehicle registration without the fuss. Nothing to print or place on the vehicle.
Easy to read reports and graphs provide a snapshot of a property’s parking situation.
Digital Parking Permit Management
The resident-friendly solution that prevents high towing/booting charges for residents that seldomly violate rules & regulations.
Automated License Plate Readers
Computer-controlled, high-speed cameras that capture and convert license plate data.
Online Parking Registration
Your residents can complete an online registration and approval process so you can get started on managing your lot efficiently.
Our parking citation system is incorporated with the rules and regulations that are customized by the client.