Register and deregister visitor parking

Do you have a parking permit for visitors? And are your visitors parking in a parking zone with paid parking? Register and deregister the number plate of your visitors.

You can register and deregister the number plate of your visitor's car in 3 ways: using the app, website or telephone.

Needed to register the number plate

  • your registration number and PIN code

  • the number plate of your visitor's car
  • start and end time of the parking session

You received the registration number (meldnummer) and PIN code by post. You can also find this information in MijnDenHaag. For more information look at PIN code or registration number lost.

Register and deregister visitors using the app or website

Register and deregister your visitors using the Parkeren Den Haag app or website.

Download the app from:

Or go to the Parkeren Den Haag website.

Register and deregister your visitors

Log in by entering your registration number (Uw meldnummer) and the accompanying PIN code (Pincode). Click on 'Inloggen'. You can now switch the language to English in the upper right-hand corner. After this you enter the number plate of your visitor and a start and end time. Click on 'Register'.

Advantages

  • Register and deregister your visitors from any location, 24 hours a day.
  • Register as many number plates as you would like.
  • You can store your favourite number plates for future use.
  • You only need to enter your registration number and PIN code 1 time. Check the box 'Blijf ingelogd' to stay logged into the system.
  • Look at your history to see an overview of all of your parking sessions.
  • You can register your visitors for multiple days.

Register and deregister visitors by telephone

Call tel. (070) 890 00 20 to register or deregister your visitors. You will pay for a local call.

    • Call and enter your registration number and PIN code.
    • Enter a start time and confirm the registration of the parking session.

    Advantages

    • Register and deregister your visitors 24 hours a day. Even if you are not online.
    • You do not have to indicate in advance the amount of parking time you need. You only enter the start time for your visitor's parking session. You need to phone again to deregister your visitors when they drive away.

    Disadvantages

    • You can register your visitors for a maximum of 1 day.
    • You can register up to 9 number plates at the same time.
    • You need to phone again to deregister your visitors.

    Good to know

      • You have not entered a start or end time? Then the parking system will automatically select a pre-programmed start and end time.
      • Always check whether the pre-programmed times are the same as the parking times for the parking spot.
      • Does paid parking begin or end earlier or later at the parking spot than in the rest of the parking zone? Enter the correct start and end times. Otherwise the parking system will unnecessarily deduct parking hours from your credit.

      Overview of pre-programmed times

      Pre-programmed starting and ending times
      Zone Pre-programmed start time Pre-programmed end time
      Archipelbuurt/Zorgvliet (08) 9.00 hrs. midnight
      Centrum (01) 9.00 hrs. Sunday to Thursday: midnight.
      Friday and Saturday: until 2.00 hrs.
      Centrum zuid (30) 9.00 hrs. midnight
      Transvaal (32) 9.00 hrs. midnight
      Vruchtenbuurt (36) 17.00 hrs. 21.00 hrs.
      Bloemenbuurt (35) 17.00 hrs. 21.00 hrs.
      Leyenburg (19) 13.00 hrs. midnight
      Scheveningen (43) 10.00 hrs. Sunday to Thursday: midnight.
      Friday and Saturday: until 2.00 hrs.

      Is the parking zone where your visitor will be parking not listed above? Look at the maps of the parking zones for the pre-programmed start and end times.

    • The system could be experiencing technical difficulties. Pay at a parking meter or by mobile telephone. More information can be found at Technical malfunction in parking registration system.
    • A parking permit for visitors is not valid in many shopping streets during shopping hours. Your visitors may park there only outside the hours of operation for the shops. The shopping streets in The Hague are indicated on the maps of the parking zones.
    • Certain streets have a maximum amount of time cars are allowed to be parked there. This limit does not apply if you have a parking permit for visitors.
    • Your visitors will be automatically deregistered for the following day. In zones where paid parking lasts until 2.00 hrs., the parking session will automatically stop at 2.00 hrs.

          More information

          Contact

          Do you have any questions? Contact the Municipal Parking Division.

          Published: 23 November 2021Modified: 23 November 2021