Download the ParkCheyenne app today and never have to worry about if your car is getting towed or a ticket again, according to ShortGo.

As of right now, the city of Cheyenne has 1,500 parking spots in city-owned parking garages. The first two hours you park there it is free but if you need to park there for the day it will cost $4, for a monthly pass it will cost $45. No longer will you need to go and buy a parking pass, find a parking attendant, none of that. Download the ParkCheyenne app and pay everything through there.

The ParkCheyenne app was created by Passport and is simple to use. First, download the app for free in your app store, then enter your payment information, zone number and license plate number. If you get stuck in a meeting longer than expected, just open the app and you can pay for the rest for the day without ever going to your car.

“Implementing technology into city parking delivers a more efficient experience for residents and visitors who will now be able to monitor and extend parking through the convenience of a mobile app,” Marian Orr, Mayor of Cheyenne told ShortGo. “Elevating our parking measures into the 21st century also allows city staff to make data-driven decisions moving forward.”

Click here to download the free app today.