Parking Enforcement Resumes in KCK

6/11/2020 12:00:00 AM

Resumed parking enforcement efforts on June 8

The Unified Government’s Parking Control Division resumed parking enforcement efforts on June 8, 2020.
Parking enforcement activities were previously suspended on March 20 as part of the Unified Government’s COVID-19 pandemic response.  During this time, Parking Enforcement Officers responded to safety issues, such as blocked fire hydrants and handicapped parking violations.
Regular patrolling and full enforcement in all areas, including metered areas, time-limited zones, no parking areas, and handicapped zones, resumed and will continue moving forward.
“Parking Control Officers patrol designated areas within the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kansas, which includes UG parking facilities, parking meters, and on-street parking in highly dense and populated areas of the city,” said Rhonda Green, Parking Control Division Manager.
Parking Control activity includes the area contained within 4th to 38th Streets from the Missouri River to County Line Road abutting Johnson County, Kansas
“The Parking Control Division is committed to building collaborative partnerships with area businesses and organizations to enhance and improve the downtown parking environment while providing excellent customer service fairly and equitably,” said Rhonda Green, Division Manager.
To learn more about public parking, parking lot locations, and view the Division’s standard operating procedures, visit  Residents, businesses, and visitors with questions can contact Parking Control by calling 3-1-1 or emailing
To report a parking violation, call 3-1-1 or (913) 573-5200.  For emergencies, dial 911.
Media Inquiries:
Dave Reno, Interim Public Information Officer
(913) 573-5307