Our superior parking services often attract media attention, and we’re always eager to share in-house news about our employees and the company’s activities.
Below you’ll find links to stories that provide the latest updates on LAZ Parking, industry insight, and some uplifting announcements that speak to the culture of LAZ Parking.
Contract for 3,100 Parking Spaces at Atlanta-area arena, convention center and performing arts venue is latest addition to LAZ’s growing national portfolio.
Organizations team up to enroll student at Eastern Michigan University and help with expenses.
The National Parking Association (NPA) has announced its 2019 40 Under 40 class of young professionals and up-and-coming leaders in the parking industry and nine LAZ Parking employees were chosen to be honored this year.
New partnership adds nearly 4,000 spaces to rapidly growing Airport Division.
Just take it from “the career expert”!
Largest parking facility in North America gets a technology overhaul from LAZ.
LAZ Parking acquires Professional Parking and welcomes Ralph Caldin as VP, Transportation Services.
LAZ Parking implements successful transition of parking services management at the world's largest medical city.
Over 700 job opportunities in over 30 cities across 19 states!
Our CEO + Founder talks origins of LAZ and bringing humanity to the moment.
Our ParkEMU and Michigan Commercial Ops teams join fundraiser for Special Olympics.
LAZ Valet team at The Viceroy Chicago gets notable review in NYT review!
We look forward to Eric’s continued contributions as we build upon our commitment to creating opportunities for our employees.
LAZ CEO and Chairman, Alan Lazowski, quoted on the future of Autonomous Vehicles.
The LAZ team at the Citadel Outlets in L.A. organizes with clients for KTLA’s Take 5 to Care Food Drive.
Our very own Mike Akahoshi, VP Hospitality, included in NPA’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2018!
Our Boston team's charitable efforts are making a great impact in their city!
LAZ is coming to the Heart of Dixie!
Human Resources on the front-line of the self-care revolution.
The explosive growth in e-commerce has led to increased congestion, requiring new strategies for curb management.