Municipal officials in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, have announced that electronic versions of residential park access cards are currently on sale. This effort fits well with the emirate’s goals of digitising government and expanding high-quality services for its citizens. In addition to selling park passes, its website also issues new passes and renews existing ones for its consumers.
Don’t forget to bring your park access card with you if you’re a Sharjah native intending to go to your neighbourhood park.
To ensure that only residents are using the neighbourhood parks, the Sharjah City Municipality issues the park admission card electronically through its official website (portal.shjmun.gov.ae).
To access the Smart Services section, please go to https://portal.shjmun.gov.ae/. After that, a list of Sharjah Municipality’s offerings will be presented on the site. Find “Request for Issuance or Renewal of Entry Card” under “Parks & Recreational Areas” at the very bottom of the list.
Using the provided link, you will be sent directly to the service’s application form. Simply select the “Enter the Service” tab in green to begin. Next, please customers who will help with the park access card application by clicking here.
How to apply Sharjah Park Entry Card Online:
Select a new Request Type from the drop-down menu.
- Documentation identifying the holder as a resident of the Emirates
- The phone number that can be accessed on the go
- Full Name
- Email account
- A place you call home
- Classification of your cards (resident).
A reference to the tenancy agreement. Your rental agreement will include this contact information. There’s a reference to it on the next page.
Documents acceptable for a park access card are:
1. A photocopy of the applicant’s Emirates ID.
2. A recent utility bill or a photocopy of the leasing agreement. If you need a copy of your energy bill and haven’t received it in the mail, you can pick one up at a customer service centre run by the Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority.
3. To complete the application process, please scan and upload all required documents.
4. First complete all the paper work then attached the proper documentation, you can deposit the Dh15 service fee through your debit or credit card online. After the transaction is complete, the digital park pass will be made available for download. The card will contain the subsequent details:
- Full Name
- Housing Community
- Release Date
- Date of Ending Validity
1. Is parking free in Sharjah?
Ans – Paid parking lots in Sharjah are open from Saturday morning to Thursday evening, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. On Fridays, you can park for free anywhere except where blue “Information” signs are posted. Car Parks and lots in these areas typically require payment seven days a week.
2. How much is the municipality fee in Sharjah?
Ans – All tenants in Sharjah should pay a 2% rental tax. You will be required to pay a municipal tax of at least AED 450 per year, which is based on a formula that uses 5% of the total value of the rental property as defined in your rental agreement.
3. To what do visitors of Sharjah most often attribute the city’s fame?
Ans – Sharjah is well-known for its Islamic architecture, libraries, and museums. Culture and literature have made this metropolis a focal point for the entire United Arab Emirates.