Car Parks (Council owned)
We have a total of 37 car parks (July 2023) across the District and they are all free of charge. We feel that by not charging it encourages people to use our town and village centres to do their shopping and undertake their business, which in turn helps the local economy. There are no time restrictions on any of our car parks, but vehicles must park within the marked bays.
We inspect our car parks four times per year, usually in March, June, September and December, to look for any wear and tear, or to see if any maintenance is required. If you come across a problem at one of our car parks please report it via our Self Service portal so we can investigate and deal with any issues as soon as possible.
Derbyshire County Council, through ParkSmarter are responsible for enforcing parking restrictions on the streets of the Bolsover District through their Civil Enforcement Officers (CEOs). This is known as Civil Parking Enforcement (CPE) and they deal with nuisance, illegal and dangerous parking.