For workplaces, building management is typically in control of all parking and can set prices and availability.
In residential buildings, management may lease all parking spaces, some spaces or none at all — and those spots can be made available to residents via Parkade. Parking that isn't building managed and already assigned to residents can be made available to other residents too, if the resident isn't using the spot.
In all these cases, Parkade can be used by whoever is in control of a parking spot to share that spot monthly. Here's how.
If you haven't added your spot to your Parkade app, do that first (here's how).
Once you've added your spot, you should consider updating your monthly pricing to make it attractive to renters in your building. The lower the price you set, the more likely your spot will get booked!
If you're using simple pricing, just lower your hourly price and we'll take care of the rest. If you're manually setting prices, you can just adjust your monthly price:
Make your spot available
For your spot to get booked monthly, you should advertise that's available.
To do this, you tell Parkade the date range you want to make available. The more availability you add, the more likely you'll get a monthly rental. To add availability, tap "Host" and then "Edit Availability" — or tap on the calendar icon to view what availability you've already added.
Make sure you've added enough availability for your spot to get booked monthly — two months is the minimum availability needed for us to surface your spot as an option for those looking for monthly parking. And the more availability, the better.
Double check your availability, and add as much as you're comfortable committing to (though you can cancel later).