New Haven's Elm City Resident Card Features Parcxmart

The Elm City Resident Card, the recently launched municipal services card for the City of New Haven, CT, includes the Parcxmart smart card chip, which can store up to $150.00 of value.
It is the same smart card chip that is used in the New Haven Parcxmart Card. The City of New Haven began offering the Elm City multi-purpose municipal identification card to all New Haven residents, regardless of age or immigration status, on July 24, 2007.

We are pleased to have the support and partnership of our friends at Parcxmart as we make city services and the great businesses in our downtown more accessible to all City residents, said New Haven Mayor John DeStefano, Jr. Parcxmart's debit feature helps to bring together residents from across the City together with participating merchants and makes life easier for them when they park at our metered spaces in downtown.

Elm City Resident Card users can load and reload money onto the card and have a convenient one card alternative to coins and cash for small dollar transactions at parking meter and garage locations, as well as for retail purchases at participating New Haven stores and restaurants.

Parcxmart Technologies, Inc, an electronic payment company, manages the Parcxmart card and patent-pending payment solution, America's first fully-functional parking and local merchant smart card payment system. The platform uses smart card technology that offers a convenient one-card alternative to coins and cash for small dollar transactions.
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