Free Parking Days & Paid Zones; Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Ramadan Parking Updates In Sharjah

by Deeplata Garde
Free Parking Days & Paid Zones; Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Ramadan Parking Updates In Sharjah

Ramadan is here and there are certain rules and regulations that are expected to be followed in UAE. Sharjah Municipality has announced updates regarding the parking guidelines for the holy month. So here’s a detailed guide that will help you understand all about Ramadan parking hours, free or paid and other details for Sharjah.

Paid & Free Parking Days For Ramadan In Sharjah

The Ramadan parking restrictions in Sharjah were made public by the Sharjah Municipality today. The director-general of the municipality announced that from Saturday through Thursday, paid parking will be available from 8 a.m. to 12 a.m.

Except in areas with blue information signs, there is no fee for parking on Fridays. In these places, parking is a paid amenity every day of the week.

The population will be checked by the Public Parking Department’s inspection teams to make sure they are dedicated to paying the fees and are not exploiting the space.

For one hour after the adhan, parking around mosques will be free.

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Reduction In Working Hours For Ramadan In The Emirate

The authorized Ramadan work schedules for personnel in Sharjah’s government agencies are public. The working hours for the employees are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources released recommendations for the emirate’s government institutions. They will strictly and largely follow the timetable for Ramadan (FAHR).

FAHR recently announced the directive establishing the formal working hours for federal agencies and ministries. It informs the working hour would be a 9 a.m. to 2.30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Friday. The UAE’s Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization (Mohre) lately announced a reduction of the operational hours of the departments by two hours during Ramadan for the private sector. This news came in after the earlier announcement about public sector working hours for the holy month in UAE.

So if you are driving your automobile to work or altogether to any other location in Sharjah make sure you keep yourself well-versed with the parking updates.

Cover Image Courtesy: Sharjah City Municipality