Privacy Policy

Thank you for visiting our website. We believe that you have the right to know what we are doing with the information that you share with us on our websites. This Privacy Policy only applies to our PBA websites. Sites that are linked to or from this site may have different privacy policies. The PBA is not responsible for the privacy policies, or lack thereof, of those sites that are accessed through links from our sites. Please review the privacy notices on such sites for details. We reserve the right to change this Privacy Policy and encourage you to revisit this page. Should the PBA change its Privacy Policy, we will post such changes on this page.

When you create an account or request parking, you will provide Information that could be personal information. Personal Information may include log-in credentials, password, vehicle details, and transactional information based upon your activity on our system. By creating an account and providing your personal Information, you allow others, including us, to identify you. By using our online service, you are giving us permission to send you text messages and emails regarding the transactions you request. We will not share or sell your personal information to third party entities that are not involved in the processing of your monthly parking account.

We do not collect financial information, such as your payment method (valid credit card number, type, expiration date or other financial information); that information is collected and stored by our third party payment processing company (the “Payment Processor”), and use and storage of that information is governed by the Payment Processor’s applicable terms of service and privacy policy. Additionally, we may collect and store IP address Information, but it will not made public.

You may communicate with us via e-mail at if you have questions about the Services of this Site, but please be aware of the limits on the confidentiality of e-mail communications. While we will not disclose personally identifiable information that we receive in e-mail unless such disclosure is necessary to respond to your request or inquiry, all e-mail transmissions are vulnerable to unauthorized interception. In addition, we remind you that e-mail sent or received through an employer’s computer or computer system is not confidential and may be the legal property of your employer.


Updated 07/15/16