Sell parking in Louisville-Jefferson County with AirGarage.

We sell, manage, and enforce parking in Louisville-Jefferson County. No install or setup costs.

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Trusted in Louisville-Jefferson County

AirGarage partners with property managers in Louisville-Jefferson County, Kentucky to do parking management, payment collection, and enforcement. Louisville, which merged with Jefferson County in 2003, is the largest city in Kentucky. It is situated at the Falls of the Ohio, at the Kentucky-Indiana border.

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Step 1: Sign install

AirGarage installs free signs that instruct the public to pay and visitors to get free or discounted validation. Using a simple text message system, you have no hardware to maintain and the system is always online.

Step 2: Dashboard setup

You get a dashboard that lets you set up validation codes for free parking, block off spaces for events, set special pricing for games or weekends, and more. You also get analytics, statistics, and reports.

Step 3: Enforcement begins

Once the signs are up, your events are live, and your visitors are in the system, AirGarage starts enforcement sweeps. The frequency of enforcement is up to you, and some of our locations use real time enforcement via license plate reading cameras.

Step 4: Done! Collect payments.

Your visitors are registered and everyone else pays to park through the AirGarage text payment system or mobile app. You'll get weekly payouts direct to your bank account and live reports on your dashboard.
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See how AirGarage is helping properties in Kentucky.

Louisville is well known for horse racing (the Kentucky Derby has been held there since 1875), and is a leading producer of gin, whiskey, tobacco, and Louisville Slugger baseball bats. Other major exports include chemicals, rubber, paint, and electrical appliances. It is home to the American Printing House for the Blind, the world's largest publisher of books in Braille, and the Kentucky School for the Blind. The University of Louisville was the first city-owned university in the U.S., founded in 1798, and the Louisville Free Public Library was one of the first public systems in the country.

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