Target Park U.S. Rules and Regulations
1. Obtaining a Parking Pass/Hangtag/Permit
Applicants must complete the application identifying vehicle to be used by the card/hangtag/permit holder. The following information
must be furnished for your vehicle: License Plate Number, Vehicle make, model, year and color. A replacement fee will be charged for
lost cards/hangtags/permits. The replacement fee for a hangtag is $50, for an access card is $50. A lost or stolen parking card/hangtag/permit should be reported as soon as possible.
2. Conditions of use
Parking card, hangtag or permit authorizes the holder to have the vehicle listed on the application in the garage/lot at any given time.
The card/hangtag/permit holder is responsible for updating any changes regarding car type, license plate number, address, and
telephone number. Any parker found to be misusing their parking privileges will be subject to termination of privileges.
All checks should be made payable to Target Park US. Payment for monthly parking is due on the 1st of each month. Payments received
after the 5th, will be subject to a $50 late fee. All checks returned from the bank for nonpayment or credit card declines will be subject to a service charge $50.
4. Termination of Parking
Parker must submit a written notice within 30 Days of upcoming termination. Refunds will not be given without the written advanced
notice of cancellation.
5. Terms and Conditions
Target Park US, is not responsible for theft, damage, loss of vehicles or items contained within the vehicle while parked on the
premise. Damage or theft to any vehicle is the sole responsibility of the vehicles owner. Unidentified vehicles are subject to a citation
that will be left on the windshield. A response is required as soon as possible to ensure proper identification.
6. Oversized Vehicles
All SUVs, Crossovers, Vans, and Pick-ups that are 181″ or more in length and 65″ or more in height and models that are 75″ or higher regardless of length are subject to an extra charge for parking. See a list of common SUVs that are considered oversize. (this is not a complete list)