SIGNS at Wrexham Council owned car parks have now been updated to display the new charges.

New car park charges were brought in on April 1 in all council owned car parks across Wrexham county.

The signs weren't installed until a week after the new charges were enforced, leaving motorists initially confused on the cost of their parking stay.

The Leader: Signs have been updated across Wrexham car parksSigns have been updated across Wrexham car parks (Image: Wrexham County Borough Council)

As well as the new charging costs, the signs display information all drivers need to be made aware of.

The new charges see people pay £1.50 after 11am for up to two hours, and £2 for all day. Before 11am, an all day ticket is £3 and up to two hours is £1.50. 

You can see all the updated charges here.

Parking in Wrexham - what you need to know

Blue Badge Holders - If you have a blue badge, you can park completely free in all council car parks, in any space. No time restrictions apply.

Eagles Meadow - Free parking at Eagles Meadow between the hours of 3pm and 5pm on weekdays if you register on their website. 

St George's Crescent South - This small council car park next to the pharmacy and Wrexham Lager premises is still free for up to one hour.


Island Green - The Island Green car park now has new owners, and has had all new ticket machines installed. This means they should be much more reliable and have auto-complete registration number systems.

Season Tickets - Eagles Meadow season ticket costs £35 a month or £90 a quarter for unlimited parking both daytime and evening.

Free after 11am - This has now ended in all council car parks.