Saskatoon to Launch New Pay Parking App on July 1

The City of Saskatoon is all set to introduce a new parking payment system next month. Beginning July 1, Parkedin will officially replace WayToPark as the City’s app-based parking payment service. The Parkedin app is now available as a free download for iOS and Android.


The current public parking rate is $2.00 per hour, with a minimum purchase of $0.25 (7.5 minutes) at a FlexParking station or $0.50 (15 minutes) using the Parkedin app. Payment is only required in pay parking areas.

The City’s FlexParking system also makes paying for parking easy in Saskatoon.  Simply purchase parking from any FlexParking pay station, using the Parkedin app, or by scanning the QR code on the nearest pay station and your paid session is valid at any public pay parking space across Saskatoon.

The ​Parkedin app eliminates the need of going to a FlexParking station to pay for public parking. Instead, you can pay directly from your smartphone using your Credit Cards and Debit Cards. 

Check out the following video to see how you can pay for parking using the new Parkedin app.

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