Where to park in Epsom
The car parks at the Town Hall and Hope Lodge offer up to a 30 minute tariff for short stay visits to Epsom and the High Street. If visiting the Upper High Street area then the Upper High Street and Depot Road car parks offer a tariff of £1.50 for up to an hours stay. If visiting the Ashley Centre it will cost £2.00 to visit for up to an hour.
If staying in Epsom for 2-5 hours the Ashley Centre or Depot Road car park located at each end of town are the primary locations for medium term parking. If space is available parking can also be found for up to 3 hours in the West Hill car park located to the West of Epsom.
If staying in Epsom or commuting from Epsom the all day tariff at Hook Road, Depot Road and Upper High Street car parks is £6. As the car parks in the Town Hall, Hope Lodge and the Ashley Centre are not designated for all day parking the tariff is much higher.
For the best rate for regular all day parking in Epsom a regular parker card for Hook Road Car Park can be purchased for £15 to run until 31 March 2021. With a regular parker card parking the all day tariff is reduced to £3.50. To apply for a regular parker please click on the form above.
All of our car parks offer a flat evening maximum rate of £2.50 after 4pm (Mon-Fri) or 6pm (Sat) for evening parking. On a Sunday parking in Epsom is charged at a flat rate of £2 for the day. Please beware that Hook Road car park is locked at 11pm (Mon-Fri) or 8pm (Sat) and all day on Sundays and Bank Holidays. The car park at the Epsom Gateway is pay and display for public use on a Saturday closing at 6:30pm. All other car parks remain open 24/7.
Where to park in Ewell
There are two car parks located close to the centre of Ewell – Dorset House and Ewell High Street. Rates are available for up to an hour to an all day stay. There is an evening charge in the car parks between 6:30pm and 7am which can be paid in addition to an all day stay.
The largest car park in Ewell is Bourne Hall car park which is the primary location for visitors to Bourne Hall, the library or nearby establishments. Bourne Hall car park does have a maximum stay restriction of 4 hours during the day with an evening charge available after 6:30pm.
Ewell Court House and the library located there has its own smaller car park with a maximum stay restriction of 3 hours.
On a Sunday parking in Ewell is charged at a flat rate of £1 for the day.
Council car parks in Epsom and Ewell
- Ashley Centre Multi-Storey - Ashley Avenue, Epsom, KT18 5AL
Monday to Sunday/24 hours/649 spaces - including 38 designated for use with a blue badge
Parent and child bays are located on Level 4
Spaces available for motorcycles and bicycles
- Depot Road - Depot Road, Epsom, KT17 4RJ
Monday to Sunday/24 hours/257 spaces - including five designated for use with a blue badge
Spaces provided for bicycles
- Hook Road Multi-Storey - Hook Road, Epsom, KT19 8TH
Monday to Friday (6am to 11pm), Saturday (7am to 8pm), 530 spaces - including four designated for use with a blue badge
- Hope Lodge - Dulshott Green, Epsom, KT17 4NY
Monday to Sunday 24 hours, 83 spaces - including three designated for use with a blue badge
- Sir William Atkins House (Epsom Gateway) - Ashley Avenue, Epsom, KT18 5AL
Saturday only (7am to 6:30pm), 177 spaces
- Town Hall (rear), Dulshott Green, Epsom, KT17 4NY
Monday to Sunday, 24 hours, 85 spaces - including nine designated for use with a blue badge, Spaces available for motorcycles and bicycles
- Town Hall (front), The Parade, Epsom, KT18 5BY
Monday to Sunday, 24 hours, eight spaces - including two designated for use with a blue badge
- Upper High Street - Epsom, KT17 4DU
Monday to Sunday, 24 hours, 181 spaces - including five designated for use with a blue badge
Two bays are available for motorcycle parking
- Bourne Hall - Spring Street, Ewell, KT17 1UF
Monday to Sunday, 24 hours, 101 spaces - including five designated for use with a blue badge
Spaces available for motorcycles and bicycles
- Dorset House - Cheam Road, Ewell, KT17 1SP
Monday to Sunday, 24 hours, 68 spaces - including three designated for use with a blue badge
Spaces provided for bicycles
- High Street - Ewell, KT17 1SN
Monday to Sunday, 24 hours, 46 spaces - including two designated for use with a blue badge
- West Hill - Epsom
Monday to Sunday, 24 hours, 12 spaces - including two designated for use with a blue badge.
Type of car park
The car parks at the Ashley Centre, Hook Road, Town Hall (rear) and Hope Lodge are barrier controlled car parks which are paid prior to exit. On entry please take a yellow token and keep it with you to make payment and leave the car park. A lost token charge does apply if the token is not presented at the exit barrier.
The car parks at Depot Road, Upper High Street, Bourne Hall, Dorset House, Ewell High Street, Town Hall (front), West Hill and Epsom Gateway (Saturday only) are pay and display car parks.
For blue badge parking options please see the section on disabled parking and blue badges.
Credit Card payments by Chip and Pin are accepted in the Ashley Centre (levels 1 - 4), Hook Road, Town Hall and Hope Lodge car parks.
Chip and Pin and contactless payment options are available at all of our pay and display car parks with the exception of the car park at Epsom Gateway.
You can now pay for parking by phone or app using RingGo in our pay and display car parks (see below).
Motorhome parking information
Our public car parks cannot accommodate motorhomes.
Coach and Lorry parking
Unfortunately we have no dedicated parking for lorries or coaches within the borough.
A trial of RingGo is underway in our pay and display car parks. RingGo allows you as a car park user to pay for your parking by mobile phone or app. It will also allow you to extend your parking stay via your phone should you wish to stay longer than the time you originally purchased. A small convenience fee is charged to the user of this service.
The car parks in which RingGo is available are:
- Bourne Hall
- Depot Road
- Dorset House
- Epsom Gateway (Saturday only)
- Ewell High Street
- Town Hall (front car park)
- Upper High Street
- West Hill
RingGo is an additional service within these car parks and all other methods of payment using cash or card remains.
So, how does it all work?
Download the free RingGo parking app from the App Store or Google Play Store for the fastest parking payment. Once you’re registered you can get parked with just a handful of taps. RingGo is the #1 rated parking app in the UK, so join millions of other motorists and download today.
What are the benefits of using RingGo?
- No more coins – you’ll never have to worry about carrying change to pay for parking again
- Extend your parking – running late? Just click the extend button in the RingGo app from wherever you are. No need to dash pack to the parking machine
- No more tickets – Our helpful reminders alert you when your parking is running out
- Don’t get caught in the rain – why stand out in the rain when you can pay for parking quickly and securely with the RingGo app?
There is a small 20p convenience fee applied to every RingGo parking session or extension.
The optional confirmation and alert texts cost 10p per message. Please note that these charges are not mandatory and will only be applied if you are opted-in to these texts on your account.
You can get VAT receipts for all parking sessions either through the free RingGo parking app, or on our website.
If you park for business in Epsom & Ewell, check out the RingGo Corporate solution for business parking at www.RingGo.co.uk/corporate.
If you’re not a smartphone user, you can still use RingGo to pay for your parking in Epsom & Ewell by calling 01372 240 111.
You can also register with RingGo online.
If you need any more information, please visit www.RingGo.co.uk.